Pro wrestling legend and former WWE Superstar Mark Henry shocked the world when he made his debut at the AEW Double Or Nothing pay-per-view. AEW became only the second company ever that Henry has worked in.

The WWE Hall Of Famer is set to be an analyst for AEW’s upcoming show AEW Rampage. AEW President Tony Khan would also reveal more details regarding Henry’s role in the show and how he even made his way to AEW

The World’s Strongest Man has also signed a multi-year deal with the company. While speaking on the Battleground Podcast, Mark Henry was asked about a potential supershow between AEW and other companies. Henry stated that there is no real need for a supershow as AEW is already using wrestlers from other companies.

“I think AEW is doing it on its own. We don’t really need anybody else to do that. It’s cool to have the Forbidden Door and to be able to work with Impact and (NWA) Power. It’s more organized than something that’s a collective. I don’t necessarily think that it’s needed because we’re already doing it.”


While a supershow with various promotions is certainly an enticing idea, it seems that will not be happening anytime soon.

h/t to Wrestling Inc for the quotes.

Subhojeet Mukherjee

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