Former professional Powerlifting champion, Weightlifting champion & Strongman champion Mark Henry joined the World Wrestling Federation in 1996 and stayed with the company (renamed WWE in May 2002) until he left in 2021 and joined Tony Khan’s All Elite Wrestling, where he hasn’t wrestled yet.
During a recent interview with ’10 Tampa Bay’, The World’s Strongest Man spoke about the possibility of coming out of (semi)-retirement for another match.
Here’s what Mark Henry said:
“You know, I threaten my son all the time.
I say ‘Listen man, if you do that one more time, part two of my killing spree is gonna start’, and he’ll say ‘You ain’t gonna do nothing’.
He’s probably right. It’s in there, but I don’t know what it will take to bring it out.”
Mark Henry’s last official professional wrestling match was in April of 2018, when he entered the 50-man Royal Rumble match at the ‘WWE Greatest Royal Rumble’ PPV in Saudi Arabia. Earlier that month, he was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame by his former rival The Big Show.
His last singles match however, took place in February of 2017, when he lost to Braun Strowman on an episode of Monday Night RAW.
Henry currently works as a Coach in AEW and an Announcer on AEW Rampage on Friday nights.
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