“Good luck working that fat piece of sh*t” – Former WWE star shares what a producer told him about Mark Henry

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|Published 18/01/2021

Former WWE star shares what a producer told him about Mark Henry before their match at Wrestlemania.

Former WWE star Ryback recently courted controversy over his Tweet regarding the WWE Championship. He wrote that Wrestling was fake and the Championships were merely props.


This greatly infuriated former World Heavyweight Champion Mark Henry who claimed that Ryback was bitter for never winning one.

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Henry also revealed that a lot of Ryback’s peers saw him as difficult and dangerous. This set off Ryback, who fired back with a series of Tweets regarding Henry and his tenure in the WWE. He first expressed disappointment at Henry for calling him a failure for not winning “Championships.” Ryback then proceeded to share an incident that happened before their Wrestlemania match.

Former WWE star shares what a producer told him about Mark Henry

“I’m also going to say this. @themarkhenry was asleep in Gorilla prior to our WM Match. A producer came over to me and said “good luck working that fat piece of sh*t” Mark didn’t want to spend a lot of time coming up with a good match and we got what we got.” He wrote.

Mark Henry wasn’t the only one who went after Ryback for calling Wrestling fake. Jim Cornette was also irate with the comments causing him to give Ryback a piece of his mind on Twitter.

“Another disrespectful piece of sht–AKA @Ryback –who would never have been allowed in the business before it all went to Hell. Hey Fat Guy, if you’d said this in public 30 years ago, your fellow “entertainers” would have kicked the shit out of you & rightfully so. Fck you,” Cornette wrote.

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Archie Blade

Archie Blade

Archie is a WWE and UFC Editor/Author at the SportsRush. Like most combat sports enthusiasts, his passion for watching people fight began with WWE when he witnessed a young Brock Lesnar massacre Hulk Hogan back in 2002. This very passion soon branched out to boxing and mixed martial arts. Over the years he fell in love with the theatrics that preceded the bell and the poetic carnage that followed after. Each bruise a story to tell, each wound a song of struggle, his greatest desire is to be there to witness it all. His favorite wrestler is Shawn Michaels and he believes that GSP is the greatest to ever step foot inside the octagon. Apart from wrestling, he is also fond of poetry and music.

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