WWE: Mark Henry Does Not Want To Face Brock Lesnar, Here’s Why

WWE: Mark Henry Does Not Want To Face Brock Lesnar, Here’s Why
Mark Henry Megan Elice Meadows/ Flickr cc
Share on Facebook
Share on Twitter
Share on Google+
Share on LinkedIn
Pin to Pinterest
Share on StumbleUpon
What's This?

WWE star Mark Henry has been around the business to know who he can match up well and who he would avoid. Despite the fact that he lives by the moniker of the “World’s Strongest Man,” the 45-year-old star knows his limits.


Henry Wants No Piece Of Lesnar

In an interview with Uproxx, Henry had a light moment, touching various stuff. That included his WWE future and the wrestler he least wanted to face.

With regards to this future, it doesn’t look like Henry has plans of making regular appearances. He points to his age as one of the reasons though his strength is still something to behold.

Read: Old Talents Returning? Alberto Del Rio, Paige Split?

Like us on Facebook

On he would prefer not to fight, he mentioned one name – Brock Lesnar. Henry is aware of how “The Beast” trains and how he stands to be a painful opponent. In fact Henry points out the hits that Lesnar can deliver, opting not to be on the receiving end.

Henry Leaving WWE?

While he may not be working on a full-time schedule, Henry has no plans of leaving WWE for now. There were speculations that Henry could be leaving WWE this summer and all of it was padded with an appearance on Harley Race’s WLW Night of Champions 2 happening on Aug. 27.

It turns out that Henry will be around for a simple meet and greet and will not be wrestling. His appearance was approved by the WWE so there is no conflict of interest to be worried about.

Read: Kane In Line For Possible GM Role?

Henry was among the stars selected in the WWE Draft. “Sexual Chocolate” was drafted 46th overall and will be part of the WWE Raw roster. He may not be making frequent appearances but that should prove that the WWE universe has not yet seen the last of the “World’s Strongest Man,”

Liked this story? Subscribe to our newsletter or follow us on Twitter and Facebook for more WWE updates.