Mark Henry’s Hall of Fame Inductor Has Just Been Revealed

Perhaps one of the most deserving entrants to enter the WWE Hall of Fame this year is Mark Henry. “The World’s Strongest Man” has won numerous championships and has been working for WWE for over two decades. He has stated that he is currently retired from the ring, but Mark Henry is still working for WWE as a talent scout right now. Mark Henry has just about done it all in the  professional wrestling industry, so several fans have been wondering who would possibly be the person to induct Henry into the WWE Hall of Fame’a Class of 2018 this Friday night. That individual has just been revealed in a recent post made on WWE’s social media accounts. 

BREAKING: @WWETheBigShow will induct @TheMarkHenry into the #WWEHOF Class of 2018 this Friday!
— WWE (@WWE) April 2, 2018

WWE revealed earlier today that the man who will induct Mark Henry into the Hall of Fame is a WWE Superstar who has managed to accomplish just as much as Henry has over the course of his career. None other than The Big Show will be doing the honors of inducting Henry into the WWE Hall of Fame this year. The Big Show commented in the matter by stating that he has spent a great amount of time with Henry on the road over the years and that he is honored to induct his longtime friend into the prestigious Hall of Fame. Henry will be inducted into the Hall of Fame this Friday night in New Orleans, and the show will air live on the WWE Network as well.

it only seems fitting that “The World’s Largest Athlete” will be inducting “The World’s Strongest Man” into the Hall of Fame. These two giants are considered legends in WWE and they have had numerous battles against each other in during their tenures with the company. The two most famously feuded over the World Heavyweight Championship in 2011, and they even had one match wherein they managed to collapse the ring. It will be interesting to listen to the stories and tales of Henry that Big Show has planned for the ceremony. Henry will be moving from the “Hall of Pain” to the Hall of Fame this weekend in a class joined by The Dudley Boyz, Ivory, Jeff Jarrett, Goldberg, and more.