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Mark Henry claims he is the World's Strongest Man and seeing him plow through his opponents in WWE, few would challenge this claim.
Mark Henry's first role in the WWF came with the Nation of Domination where he was allied with the likes of Faarooq, The Rock, and D-Lo Brown. After the stable disbanded, Henry and D-Lo went on to team together with Ivory as their valet. A memorable skit during their time together was when D-Lo wanted Mark Henry to lose weight and would try to get him to eat salad and go jogging. However, the big Texan wanted nothing of it and would rather have a nice big Texas sized steak.
Soon enough, the duo would disband when Mark Henry turned on D-Lo Brown in favor of Jeff Jarrett in a match that was for both the IC and European Championships. Henry turned over his friendship with Brown in favor of the European Championship, which Jarrett handed to him as a "thanks" for the help.
After a short absense, Mark Henry returned to the RAW brand to work under Theodore R. Long in the Thuggin and Buggin Enterprises along with Rodney Mack and Jazz. D-Lo Brown also worked for Long, but was released before Henry made his return and the two probably would have been reunited had he not been. A short while later, Henry was injured in a match with Chris Benoit which forced him to sit on the sidelines yet again.
Henry returned to SmackDown!, a place he's called home since his return in late 2005, and immediately became a dominate force. Mark Henry refers to himself “The Silver Back” of Smackdown (referring to the dominant species of Gorilla) and few would argue with him. Since Henry’s return to the WWE in December of 2005 he has dominated any man who gets in his way, even putting the likes of Batista and The Undertaker on the injury list.
 WWF SmackDown!
Mark Henry has the "Sexual Chocolate" gimmick and has a tag team with the Godfather.
 WWF SmackDown! 2: Know Your Role
Mark Henry is in the European rankings and has a tag team with The Godfather. He carried the "Sexual Chocolate" gimmick.
 WWE SmackDown!: Shut Your Mouth
Mark Henry makes his first appearance in his strong man gimmick.
 WWE SmackDown! vs. RAW 2007
Henry is a Super-heavyweight so there are no limitations for who he can lift. His low speed and stamina ratings can put him at a disadvantage in cage or ladder matches but the overwhelming power should be enough to get you through most match-types with Mark Henry.
Speed: 5.5Stamina: 6.5
 WWE SmackDown! vs. RAW 2008
His dominance in the strength department continues to reign throughout this game with a whopping strength attribute, accompanied with the Brawler and Powerhouse fighting styles. Unlike most powerhouses in the game, Brawler is his primary style, meaning he can activate temporary invincibility with strikes, being able to avoid all kinds of strikes and not miss one of them when inducing them. He will also no-sell grapple moves for the most part. Henry's finishers are not to be taken lightly, one slam can knock his opponents out, and his Big Splash can put the nail in the coffin most of the time.
Technique: 71Stamina: 64
 WWE SmackDown! vs. RAW 2009
In this game, Henry's strength is higher than ever, higher than anyone else in the game. Using him will be great for provoking limb damage. His abilities include the ability to K.O. opponents with his uncanny strength, use Hammer Throw to punish his opponents with strong irish whips and he fares well in the submission department, with the Lock Pick and Submission abilities.
His Bearhug is included now as one of his finishers, and he is one of the few superstars in the game who likes using both of his finishers - beware.
Hardcore: 77Stamina: 75
 WWE SmackDown! vs RAW 2010™
 Smackdown vs Raw 2011
Charisma: 70Speed: 45
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