Mark Henry won the title of “World’s Strongest Man” in 2002, and is a proud member of the WWE Hall of Fame. Later on, he made his debut at the AEW Double Or Nothing pay-per-view last year, surprising the entire business. Moreover, his son Jacob Henry is looking to follow in those same footsteps and recently showed the same level of strength his father displayed during his heyday.

Jacob Henry may wind up succeeding his father as the “Strongest Man in the World.” The teen recently uploaded a video of himself on Twitter squatting an amazing 610 pounds.

“610 Squat 🏋🏿‼️”

He accomplished the feat inside a gym while surrounded by his ecstatic comrades. Moreover, Jacob Henry also received praise from the late Brodie Lee’s wife, Amanda Huber, who works for AEW alongside Mark Henry.


“Wowwwww. Keep destroying it.”

Jacob Henry’s 600-pound squat from the previous year went viral. By sharing a video of himself squatting 605 pounds last month, the adolescent appeared to have surpassed that personal best. Jacob presently attends Lake Travis High School in Austin, Texas, where he participates in the school choir as well as playing for the Cavaliers.

Mark Henry revealed that his son had won his first amateur wrestling match by a one-minute pin in December 2019. Several of Jacob’s accomplishments are listed in his Twitter bio, including his status as a two-time 6A wrestling state qualifier and heavyweight district champion.

The son of the World’s Strongest Man is looking bright. Therefore, we can definitely expect to see Jacob Henry participate in professional-level competitions or maybe wrestle for top promotions like WWE or AEW in the future.

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