Former WWE star Mark Henry is talking about being taken advantage of when he was still in the company.
Henry was signed to WWE in 2004, and he was one of the biggest stars in the business.
He was considered one of a few superstars to have the ring experience of a pro wrestler, and Henry was one who had to prove himself every day in order to make the WWE.
Henry was signed as part of the WWE Cruiserweight Championship Tournament, and was one man who made the tournament work, and it was a big draw for the company and its fans.
“I had a few bumps in the road, but I always felt like I had a lot of potential to be a WWE champion.
I was so proud of my wrestling and I thought I could become a champion someday,” Henry said in an interview with Yahoo Sports.
“I think I did the best I could and I feel like I’m the only one who could be there at the end of the day.
It was definitely one of those things where I could have just said no to anything that would have meant I was no longer a part of WWE.”
It was a tough road to make it to the top, but Henry found his path and came out the other side.
In 2006, WWE announced that they would be changing the company’s name to WWE, and the move was not without its criticism.
Henry had previously had a rocky relationship with WWE, who had him sign a non-compete agreement that he later dropped.
After WWE cut ties with him, Henry and the company were in the midst of a lawsuit against him, which included claims of sexual harassment.”WWE is a very difficult place to work, which is why I took this position,” Henry explained.
“My time at WWE was short-lived, and there was a lot going on in the world, but it felt like a long time ago.
I’ve always had a great relationship with Vince McMahon and the people who run WWE, but at the time, it wasn’t the way I wanted to be remembered.
I felt like if I stayed with WWE for long enough, I would be forgotten.
I feel it now, and I know that it is something that I will never forget.”
It wasn’t long before WWE made the move of cutting ties with Henry and moving him to a different company, WWE Network.
He stayed with the network for a few years, but ultimately he was forced to sign with WWE again.
In 2019, WWE released the documentary “Boom Boom, WWE: What It’s Like to Be a WWE Star,” which highlighted the challenges that wrestlers had as they made their way through the company, and how they struggled to live up to the expectations of the fans.
Henry said in the documentary that it was tough for him to make his debut on the WWE roster, but he was able to stay at WWE for the duration of the documentary.
“It was an emotional roller coaster, but there’s no question that I enjoyed the journey, and my time in WWE was a good one.
I would say I’ve spent a lot more time there than my time at any other place,” Henry told Yahoo Sports in an exclusive interview.
“WWE has always been a place that I’ve been really excited to be part of, and in some ways it’s been the only place that has really been a big part of my life.”
For Henry, it was not the end.
He still has his WWE title, but his time in the WWE ring was over.
In 2018, Henry announced that he would be retiring from the business, but the WWE did not make a final decision.