Mark Henry reacts to AJ Styles’ phony retirement on SmackDown

As AJ Styles feigned retirement before cutting down Undisputed WWE Champion Cody Rhodes’ boom, a voice from the crowd rose up and said what many fans were thinking.

“Mark Henry!”

The recent angle on Smack down between Styles and Rhodes, which sets the stage for the second act of their saga, felt suspiciously like a 2013 storyline on Raw. At the time, an impeccably dressed Mark Henry lured John Cena in with a heartfelt farewell speech, only to later usher Cena into his Hall of Pain.

So how did Henry react to the 2024 remake of WWE’s Great Pretender?

He liked it.

The WWE Hall of Famer and former world champion wrote on

Earlier this week, Henry’s contract with All Elite Wrestling expired. Although he is leaving AEW, the World’s Strongest Man plans to stay involved in the sports entertainment industry, saying earlier this week: “I’m not leaving professional wrestling. What I’m saying is I’m going to take some time to work on some projects, and I’m going to come back strong. Because that’s what I do.

Perhaps in his free time, Henry can introduce Styles to a talented tailor – one who appreciates the style of a salmon-colored blazer and can use those tones to make high-fashion garments to give The Phenomenal One a truly phenomenal look.

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