Mark Henry

WWE.com is reporting that Mark Henry will be the next inductee into the Class of 2018 WWE Hall of Fame in three weeks in New Orleans during WrestleMania 34 weekend.

The news was first announced by USA Today on Monday afternoon.

Henry, a former ECW Champion (during WWE’s revival of the brand) and WWE World Heavyweight Champion, joins Goldberg, The Dudley Boyz, Ivory, Jeff Jarrett, Hillbilly Jim, Warrior Award recipient Jarrius “JJ” Robertson and Kid Rock as inductees this year.

The WWE Hall of Fame ceremony takes place on April 6 in New Orleans.

7 COMMENTS

  1. As a former East Texan myself, I’m sure proud to see our boy make it to the HOF. Severely underrated in the importance he served in helping legitimize WWE in the mid 90s and still responsible for one of the greatest career renaissances in WWE history with his 2011 run. Congrats to The World’s Strongest Man

  2. Not a name I’d considered, but I actually like this one. Henry has been performing with the company for over 20 years. He has competed with pretty much everyone and has always fulfilled his role on the card, whether opening the show or in the main event, well. His monster heel run in 2011 was great and his feats of strength, during his WWE career and prior, are extremely impressive.

    Congrats to Mark Henry. He’s my favorite pick for the 2018 HoF class thus far.

  3. So who’s gonna be the landmark inductee this year, going by the names announced so far it’s a toss up between a few of them.

  4. Well the HOF is now a total joke. Henry does not belong in there. The guy was WORTHLESS his entire career. Awful matches, awful promos. And don’t tell me “he’s been there a long time” becuase he’s just sucked a long time.

  5. So what is your list of who is left that should be in the HOF that is not (and not currently wrestling as current ones don’t go in)?

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