Mark Henry

Mark Henry Details Medical Issue That Prevents Him From Returning to the Ring

– During Busted Open Radio this week, WWE Hall of Famer Mark Henry discussed last Sunday’s Biography: WWE Legends documentary special on Lex Luger, and Luger himself was interviewed on Busted Open. Henry discussed Luger’s optimistic attitude despite having to use a wheelchair after suffering a spinal stroke. Henry also revealed that he has a nerve issue that has forced to avoid returning to the ring. Below are some highlights (via
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Wheeler Yuta Credits Mark Henry With Blackpool Combat Club T-Shirt Design

In an interview with Rasslin’ with Brandon Walker (via Fightful), Wheeler Yuta credited Mark Henry with the design of the Blackpool Combat Club’s t-shirt, with the logo written in blood. Here are highlights:. On the BCC’s philosophy: “Part of it is that we have the same philosophy. Violence....
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Mark Henry, Bill DeMott Call For Tammy Sytch To Be Removed From WWE Hall Of Fame

Former WCW star and WWE trainer Bill DeMott believes Tammy Sytch should be removed from the WWE Hall of Fame. In the aftermath of an intoxicated Sytch allegedly causing a fatal, three-car traffic accident, the Keri Anne DeMott Foundation issued a press release calling for WWE to remove a “repeat DUI offender and now killer of an innocent man, Tamara Sunny Sytch from it’s Hall of Fame.”

Mark Henry and Bully Ray Think Charlotte Flair Should Start Wrestling Men

During the latest episode of Busted Open Radio (via SportsKeeda), Bully Ray and Mark Henry both said that they think Charlotte Flair needs to switch to wrestling men. They praised a segment in which she put the Figure 8 submission on Drew Gulak. Here are highlights:. Henry on how it...

Mark Henry Says ‘Don’t Hold Your Breath’ For His In-Ring Return

Mark Henry famously stated that he has a lot left in the tank, but it seems as if he’s now content with how his in-ring career finished up. Mark Henry spoke with SportsKeeda and was asked about the status of his in-ring career, which has been a topic of speculation since he joined All Elite Wrestling. In the past, Henry has said that he did not consider himself retired, and as recently as last summer said that he was getting back in ring shape. Now, Henry tells SK’s Riju Dasgupta that fans shouldn’t expect to see him in the ring, then explained how he wants to stay in the business and teach the next generation of talent.

Mark Henry

- Sport: Wrestling It’s hard to think of what Mark Henry hasn’t done to cement his reputation as a world-class strongman. Henry, 50, is best known as a longtime WWE wrestler with two world titles, but before that, he was a two-time Olympic weightlifter and a world-champion powerlifter who still holds world powerlifting records. He took a lot of hits during a 25-year WWE career, though, even when he clocks in at 6-foot-4 and 360 pounds. Knowing that, he announced in 2019 he would donate his brain to research. “Maybe it will help with figuring out how things work [including] kids playing sports,” he said.

Mark Henry Says The BBC Will Be The New nWo, Eric Bischoff Responds

As previously reported, Jon Moxley vs. Wheeler Yuta from the April 8th 2022 edition of AEW Rampage received critical acclaim from fans and wrestlers. During Busted Open Radio, Mark Henry talked with Bully Ray about the Blackpool Combat Club’s potential and Henry brought up the idea of Samoa Joe being part of the group:

Mark Henry Reacts To His ‘Son’ Making Debut At WWE WrestleMania 38

As noted, Johnny Knoxville defeated Sami Zayn on WrestleMania 38 Night 2 on Sunday after the Jackass star and his friends used a variety of props to get the upper hand on Zayn. Of course, one of those props was a giant hand, which caught Zayn by surprise during the match.