The King of Strong Style and The Viper combine forces to combat the newly reunited Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn in SmackDown LIVE's thrilling main event.10/17/2017 - 23:15
WWE Champion Jinder Mahal calls out Universal Champion Brock Lesnar of Raw for a Champion vs. Champion showdown at WWE Survivor Series, only for AJ Styles to interrupt.10/17/2017 - 23:15
The Glorious One and The Showoff clash in a rematch from WWE Hell in a Cell.10/17/2017 - 23:00
The New Day find themselves face-to-face with Rusev and Aiden English.10/17/2017 - 22:30
Dasha Fuentes catches up with Sin Cara following his count-out victory over United States Champion Baron Corbin, and gets his thoughts on WWE's upcoming tour of Latin America.10/17/2017 - 22:30
Will Tyler Breeze & Fandango befriend The Ascension as they continue to search for clues?10/17/2017 - 22:30
See what happened when WWE Champion Jinder Mahal returned home to India.10/17/2017 - 22:00
Where Luke Harper & Erick Rowan go, destruction follows.10/17/2017 - 22:00
SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Usos come face-to-face with their next challengers, Chad Gable & Shelton Benjamin.10/17/2017 - 21:45
The Lone Wolf mocks the WWE Universe, which ends up costing him against Sin Cara.10/17/2017 - 21:30
Sami Zayn and KO belittle SmackDown LIVE General Manager Daniel Bryan, only to find themselves placed in a monumental tag team match.10/17/2017 - 21:30
The SmackDown LIVE women's division squares off in a Six-Woman Tag Team showdown.10/17/2017 - 21:15
Renee Young attempts to get a word with WWE Champion Jinder Mahal about his upcoming Survivor Series announcement, but is cut off by The Singh Brothers.10/17/2017 - 20:00
Mark Henry's impressive achievements over the ropes
Before Mark Henry was The World's Strongest Man inside a WWE ring, the powerhouse was competing in weightlifting competitions all across the globe. With Henry's induction into the International Sports Hall of Fame at the the Arnold Sports Festival, look back at the Superstar's impressive past, and check out WWE.com's photo retrospective of Henry's WWE career.
Silsbee High School: Mark Henry graduated from Silsbee High School in Texas. Already standing 6-foot-3 and weighing more than 300 pounds, he was voted the strongest teen in America. Henry was a three-time state champion weightlifter, breaking state records in squat, bench press and deadlifts.
In Henry's mind, records are made to be broken. In 1991 a young Henry did just that -breaking four national junior records. But the accolades would not stop there. He placed fourth at the U.S. Nationals and at the Junior World Championships came in sixth. His first year of competing was unprecedented, shattering records and becoming the top super-heavyweight in the United States.
1992 and 1996 Summer Olympics: In Barcelona, Mark Henry came in with the moniker "World's Strongest Man." Only 21 at the time, Henry would place tenth in the super-heavyweight class. He began to train even harder for the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta, and was voted weightlifting team captain.
1995 Pan-American Games: Henry would excell in the Pan-American games held in Mar Del-Plata, Argentina. Here, he would sweep a each medal, winning a bronze, silver and gold. It was the United States' only gold in the weightlifting category that year.
2002 Arnold Classic Strongman competition: Besides being a world record holder in the squat (lifting more than 900 pounds), Henry came in first place at the Arnold Classic Strongman competition. He went home with a new Hummer and a cash prize. The lore of Mark Henry's strength only grew from this point.
Named No. 2 strongest man ever by Flex Magazine: In a list of the "Top 10 Strongest Men That Ever Lived," Henry is named No. 2. An impressive achievement for the Texas native.
Induction into the International Sports Hall of Fame: The World's Strongest Man is joined by some high-profile names at this year's induction ceremony, to name a few; former California governor and seven-time Mr. Olympia Arnold Schwarzenegger, "Godfather of Fitness" the late Jack LaLanne, and six-time Ms. Olympia Cory Everson.