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WWF Legend Open To Coming Out Of Retirement In AEW

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In a recent interview with Chris Van Vliet, WWF Legend Mark Henry was asked if he would consider coming out of retirement and wrestle a match in AEW.

Mark joined Tony Khan’s promotion in 2021, but hasn’t wrestled for them at all and actually claimed on more than one occasion that he’s officially retired.

But would he consider coming out of retirement? He certainly wouldn’t be the first professional wrestler to do that.

Here’s what Mark Henry said:

“You know what? I have to think about it and I would have to start training and see how my body feels.

I haven’t taken a bump in years. I’d be open to a conversation.”

The former professional powerlifting champion, weightlifting champion & strongman champion joined the World Wrestling Federation in 1996 and stayed with the company (renamed WWE in May 2002) until he left in 2021 and joined All Elite Wrestling.

A few years back, Henry posted a photo of himself after dropping a lot of weight and teased the idea of wrestling again, but didn’t do it.

Henry’s last match took place in WWE in 2018, which was the 50-man Greatest Royal Rumble.

His last singles match took place in 2017 on RAW, where he lost to Braun Strowman.

Henry currently works as a Coach and backstage interviewer on AEW Rampage.

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