Mark Henry Plans To Wrestle "In The Next Six Months"

Reopening the Hall of Pain?

One more match for "The World's Strongest Man"? If he has his way, then yes, there will be.

Mark Henry has been retired from the ring for several years. His last match was his participation in the Greatest Royal Rumble in April 2018, and he hasn't had a singles bout since February 2017.

But on Busted Open Radio, the former World Heavyweight champion discussed the recent "Legends Night" angle in which he was confronted by Randy Orton. Henry (who turns 50 in June) spoke eagerly about coming back for at least a one-off.

"I'd rather get punked out than get my ass whooped," Henry began. "Randy is not someone to mess around with if you're not 100%. I'm walking on two feet, I'm 325 pounds. I'm lighter and trimmer than I've ever been. I plan on having a match in the next six months. I just want to have one match. If Randy is the guy, then so be it.

"Believe me, I'll be ready and I won't be on one foot in a push scooter. I have to wrestle in this decade. I've got to. Big Show has wrestled in four (decades) and I've wrestled in three (decades). I can't let him have that over me."

(Credit to Fightful for transcription)

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