Mark Henry enters 2018 Corridor of Fame


Former World Heavyweight Champion Mark Henry has been introduced as the ultimate entry into WWE’s Corridor of Fame Class of 2018.


A twenty-year veteran in WWE, Mark’s profession in skilled sports activities started in powerlifting and as standout competitor in weight class made the USA Olympic group for the 1992 video games. He later received honours on the Pan-American Video games, and his energy and depth caught the attention of WWE.


Henry would make his WWE debut in 1996 at In Your Home: Thoughts Video games, defeating Jerry Lawler and thus started a two-decade profession with the corporate that noticed him evolve from smiling American hero, to Nation of Domination member and maybe most fondly his ‘Sexual Chocolate’ run.


Nevertheless, the top of Henry’s profession got here in 2011 when ‘The World’s Strongest Man’ defeated Randy Orton to seize the World Heavyweight Championship and embark on a three-month reign he’d label his ‘Hall of Pain’.





Henry remained a part of the WWE roster till 2017, and made his final in-ring look eventually yr’s Andre The Large Memorial Battle Royal. He now joins Goldberg, The Dudley Boyz, Hillbilly Jim, Ivory, Jeff Jarrett, superstar inductee Child Rock and, Warrior Award recipient Jarrius ‘JJ’ Robertson on this yr’s Corridor of Fame Class.


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