Bearhug; Big boot; Body avalanche; Corner slingshot seated senton to the opponent's back – 2003–2006;Corner slingshot splash – 2006–present; Headbutt; Headbutting opponent while crawling – adopted from and used as a tribute to Junkyard Dog; 2013–present; Leapfrog body guillotine; Military press transitioned into either a drop or a slam; Nerve hold; Reverse chokeslam facebuster – 2006; Running powerslam; Scoop powerslam
"Power" by Jim Johnston (1998; Used while a part of The Nation of Domination); "Sexual Chocolate" by Stevan Swann and Jim Johnston (1998–2000, November 15, 2010); "The Wall" performed by Heet Mob; "Some Bodies Gonna Get It" by Three 6 Mafia (May 21, 2006 – present); "Calling All Cars" by Jim Johnston (2007–2008; when tagging with Big Daddy V); "New Day, New Way" by Jim Johnston (February 8, 2016; when tagging with The New Day)
"The World's Strongest Man"; "Sexual Chocolate"; "The Silverback"; "The King of the Jungle"; "The World's Strongest Champion" (Used during his ECW Championship and World Heavyweight Championship reigns)
Before entering the pro-wrestling business, Henry had a successful powerlifting career. A two-time Olympian, Henry has won several championships across various national and international sports meet. He is won gold, silver and bronze medal at the Pan American games and he is one-time WDFPF World Champion. He has also won U.S. National Championship and holds a world record in squat and deadlift. He performed the biggest raw squat and raw powerlifting total ever performed by a drug tested athlete, regardless of weight class.
In weightlifting, Henry has a whole new level of domination. as a three-time U.S. National Weightlifting Champion (1993, 1994, 1996),an American Open winner (1992), a two-time U.S. Olympic Festival Champion (1993 and 1994) and a NACAC champion (1996).
Henry made his WWE debut in the year 1996 after competing in the Olympics. He went on to have small feuds with other wrestlers on the WWE roster until 1998 when the true era of his domination came rolling. He was a part of “The Nation” and had his loyalty vowed to the Rock. However, the two were engaged in a small feud after their faction was dissolved.
He became widely popular amongst the fans and was present on the roster as “Sexual Chocolate” who was shown romancing the divas of the WWE roster. Although he had become a fan favourite, Henry still had a long way to go before he could learn how to carry himself inside the ring. Hence, WWE sent him to Ohio Valley Wrestling for further training.
During his time in OVW, an unfortunate demise of his mother forced him to take a break from wrestling.
He returned to his professional life with a motive to compete in "Super Bowl of weight lifting"—the Arnold Strongman Classic. Not only did he win the tournament convincingly but also set a world record in the process by lifting the Apollon's Axle three times overhead.
Post that, he returned to the WWE ad was involved in multiple feuds including his rivalries with Chris Jericho, Triple H and Christian. In 2005, he began his pursuit of World Heavyweight Championship. He fought against the likes of Batista and Kurt Angle in order to get his hands on the title. Meanwhile, he also started a feud with the Undertaker and the two faced each other at a casket match at WrestleMania where he was defeated by the Deadman.
Their feud was reignited two years later when Henry would continue to taunt the Undertaker and issue open challenges. He also had a brief feud with Kane but was beaten by both his opponent sin order to end the rivalry once and for all.