Here's to hoping his heart blows-out while he's onstage.But if you think any of that's going to keep the 6-foot-4, 414-pound veteran WWE Superstar down, think again.
Otherwise known as "The World's Strongest Man," a nickname earned for his record-setting powerlifting career, Henry has never been one to back away from a fight.
After competing in the Olympics, Pan American Games and the Arnold Classic, Henry brought his world-class talents to the WWE in 1996, working his way up the food chain to become the ECW Champion, WWE European Champion and World Heavyweight Champion.
There aren't many Superstars -- either in terms of talent or sheer strength -- who can stack up against the goliath from Silsbee, Texas.
Mark Henry, WWE Superstars, slamming into Bridgeport on 'Road to Wrestlemania'
"The World's Strongest Man" Mark Henry is set to compete at Road to Wrestlemania at Webster Bank Arena in Bridgeport on Friday, March 21. Photo: Contributed Photo "The World's Strongest Man" Mark Henry is set to compete at Road to Wrestlemania at Webster Bank Arena in Bridgeport on Friday, March 21. Photo: Contributed Photo WWE World Heavyweight ... (more)
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