#4 Mark Henry
Mark Henry has been one of WWE's most phenomenal WWE Superstars in the promotion's rich history. The WWE Hall of Famer, post his in-ring career, has moved seamlessly into an important backstage role, working as a producer, and a mentor, of sorts, for WWE's young Superstars.
Henry revealed earlier this year that he's going to be more active backstage to ensure that there is order backstage in the locker room: “People arguing and fussing about stuff, There’s been a couple of people be habitually late, which Vince hates. But he don’t have Taker or Me. Booker’s not there — only at TV. Big Show’s been injured. So all the guys that hold peoples’ face to the fire is not there.”
Regarded as one of the best technical wrestlers in WWE history, Finlay joined the company back in 2001 as a trainer, and then later made his in-ring debut, before retiring and then returning as a backstage producer.
He was last seen on WWE television during the women's Royal Rumble match, where he allowed Becky Lynch to replace Lana in the match.Published 02 Jul 2019, 12:41 IST