WWE: Mark Henry Signs Three-Year Contract Extension

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WWE Superstar Mark Henry revealed on the Jay Mohr podcast that he has signed a three-year contract extension with the WWE, keeping the former World Heavyweight Champion with the company until 2016. Coincidentally, 2016 will mark Henry’s 20th year with the WWE as “The World’s Strongest Man” made his first WWE appearance in 1996. To date, Mark Henry is a one-time World Heavyweight Champion, a one-time ECW Champion, and a one-time European Champion. Mark Henry also mentioned that he received a pay raise with his contract extension, but would not disclose the amount.

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