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Mark Henry Net Worth 2020

Mark Jerrold Henry or as we call him, Mark Henry, is a retired American professional wrestler. He currently works at the WWE as a producer. Mark Henry was also a 1996 Olympian. He was also the winner of the 2002 Arnold Strongman Classic. Mark is a one-time WWE European Champion(2008) and a two-time World Champion(2011). Mark Henry retired from professional wrestling on October 26, 2017.


  1. Mark Henry Net Worth 2020
  2. Mark Henry Wife
  3. Mark Henry House
  4. Mark Henry Powerlifting
  5. Mark Henry Movies


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Mark Henry Net Worth 2020


As of 2020, Mark Henry's Net Worth stands at around $4.5 million. Most of Mark Henry's net worth can be credited to his wrestling career at WWE, Weightlifting, Powerlifting and MMA.


Mark Henry Age


Mark Henry was born on June 12th, 1971. He is currently 48 years old. At just 48 years of age, Mark Henry's Net Worth of $4.5 million is a remarkable achievement on the part of the powerlifter.


Mark Henry Weight


'The World's Strongest Man', Mark Henry is definitely deserving of the title. Mark is built like a mountain. He is 6 ft 4 in tall and weighs 360 lbs or 160 kgs.Β 


Mark Henry Wife


Mark is married to Jana Perry. He lives in Austin, Texas with his wife Jana, son Jacob, and their beautiful daughter Joanna. Not to forget his two-foot ferret named Pipe.


Mark Henry House


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Mark Henry lives in 4,518 square-foot custom home in Austin, Texas. The house was built in 2001 and located in The Pointe subdivision. It has four bedrooms, four full bathrooms and a half, and offers outdoor entertaining areas, swimming pool with arch fountains, outside fireplace, three-car garage, community access to Lake Austin, plus lake & hill country views.


Mark Henry Powerlifting


Mark has been into powerlifting and weightlifting ever since his teen years. Over the years, Mark has had quite an illustrious and decorated Powerlifter. His Powerlifting phase was a major part of his career, shaping it into what it is at the moment.


Championships Participation – 


High School Level

  1. Two times 1st place in Texas State High School Powerlifting TEAM Championships (in Division I under Silsbee High School)
  2. 1st place in Texas State High School Powerlifting Championships 1988 in SHW division
  3. 1st place in Texas State High School Powerlifting Championships 1989 in SHW division
  4. 1st place in Texas State High School Powerlifting Championships 1990 in SHW division
  5. 1st place in National High School Powerlifting Championships 1990 in SHW division at age 18


Junior & Senior Level

  1. 1st place in International Junior (20–23) Powerlifting Championships 1991 in SHW division at age 20
  2. 2nd place in Men's USPF Senior National Championships 1990 in SHW division at age 19
  3. 1st place in ADFPA (USAPL) National Powerlifting Championships 1995 in SHW division at age 24
  4. 1st place in WDFPF World Powerlifting Championships 1995 in SHW division at age 24
  5. 1st place in USAPL National Powerlifting Championships 1997 in SHW division at age 26


Records

Teen III (18–19 years) Level

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  1. Teen-age World Records in the squat at 377.5 kg (832 lbs) and total at 922 kg (2033 lbs) in SHW class (+regardless of weight class) set in April 1990 at The National High School Powerlifting Championships at age 18.
  2. Teen-age US American Records in the squat at 377.5 kg (832 lbs), bench press 227 kg (501 pounds), deadlift 317.5 kg (700 lbs) and total at 922 kg (2033 lbs) set in April 1990 at The National High School Powerlifting Championships at age 18.
  3. Texas state and US American Teen-age record holder in all four powerlifting categories – the squat at 377.5 kg (832 lbs), bench press at 238 kg (525 lbs) and deadlift at 369.7 kg (815 lbs) as well as the total at 922 kg (2033 lbs) at age 19.
  4. Current Texas state and US American Teen-age record holder in the squat at 425.0 kg (936.75 lbs) in SHW class (regardless of weight class) since 1991.


Collegiate Level

  1. Current Texas State Collegiate Record holder in the squat at 425.0 kg (936.75 lbs) in SHW class (+regardless of weight class) since 1991(best in America as well but not registered as such).


Junior Level (20–23 years)

  1. Current Texas State Junior Record holder in the deadlift at 385.6 kg (850.0 lbs) in SHW class (regardless of weight class) since 1995 (best in America as well but not registered as such).


Senior Level (24+ years)

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  1. Current Texas State Record holder in the squat at 433 kg (954 lbs), the deadlift at 410.5 kg (905 lbs) and the total at 1060 kg (2337 lbs) in SHW class (regardless of weight class) since 1995.
  2. Former All-time raw (unequipped) squat World Record holder at 430.0 kg (948.0 lbs) (drug-tested as well as non drug-tested) in SHW class (regardless of weight class) from July 16, 1995 to October 29, 1995.
  3. Former All-time raw (unequipped) squat World Record holder at 432.5 kg (953.5 lbs) (drug-tested as well as non drug-tested) in SHW class from October 29, 1995 to June 7, 2010(regardless of weight class until November 4, 2007).
  4. Former All-time raw (unequipped) deadlift World Record holder at 410.0 kg (903.9 lbs) (drug-tested as well as non drug-tested) in SHW class from July 16, 1995 to May 23, 2010 (regardless of weight class until July 4, 2009).
  5. Current All-time drug-tested raw (unequipped) squat World Record holder at 432.5 kg (953.5 lbs) in SHW class (regardless of weight class) since October 29, 1995.
  6. Current All-time drug-tested raw (unequipped) deadlift World Record holder at 410.0 kg (903.9 lbs) in SHW class only since July 16, 1995.
  7. Current All-time drug-tested raw (unequipped) Powerlifting Total World Record holder at 1060.0 kg (2336.9 lbs) in SHW class (regardless of weight class) since October 29, 1995.
  8. Current All-time American Record holder in the raw deadlift at 410.0 kg (903.9 lbs) (drug-tested as well as non drug-tested) in SHW class (regardless of weight class) since July 16, 1995.
  9. Current American Record holder in the deadlift at 410.0 kg (903.9 lbs) (drug-tested as well as non drug-tested) in SHW class (regardless of weight class and equipment) since July 16, 1995.
  10. Current All-time US National Championship Record holder in the deadlift at 410.0 kg (903.9 lbs) (drug-tested as well as non drug-tested) in SHW class (regardless of weight class and equipment) since July 16, 1995.


Federation Records


World Drug-Free Powerlifting Federation (WDFPF) World Records

  1. Current WDFPF World Record holder in the squat at 432.5 kg (953.5 lbs), the deadlift at 392.5 kg (865.3 lbs) and the total at 1060 kg (2336.9 lbs) in SHW class (regardless of weight class and equipment) since October 29, 1995 (categorized as "open equipped", despite performed in singlet knee sleeves only/without suit)


U.S.A. Powerlifting (USAPL) US American Records

  1. Current USAPL US American Record holder in the deadlift at 410.0 kg (903.9 lbs) in SHW class (regardless of weight class and equipment) since July 16, 1995.
  2. Current US National Championship Record holder in the deadlift at 410.0 kg (903.9 lbs) in SHW class (regardless of weight class and equipment) since July 16, 1995.


Special Powerlifting Honors

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  1. "The World's Strongest Teen-ager" by the Los Angeles Times in April 1990.
  2. Mark Henry was voted in the All-time Top 25 All-Men's USA Powerlifting Nationals Team in 2007.
  3. Mark Henry is the only human in history who has not only squatted more than 900 lbs without a squat suit, but also deadlifted more than 900 lbs raw.
  4. Mark Henry is the only human in history to have squatted more than 900 lbs without a squat suit and deadlifted more than 900 lbs raw in one and the same powerlifting meet.
  5. Mark Henry's 430.0 kg (948.0 lbs) raw squat and 410.0 kg (903.9 lbs) deadlift, done on July 16, 1995 is the highest raw "squat-pull-2-lift-total" (squat+deadlift=1851.9 lbs) ever lifted in a competition.
  6. Mark Henry does not only hold the greatest all-time drug-tested raw (unequipped)Β 
  7. Powerlifting Total in history at 1060.0 kg (2336.9 lbs),but also the second greatest in history at 1050 kg (2314.8 lbs).


Mark Henry Theme Song


When Mark Henry used to wrestle at the WWE he used to use "Some Bodies gonna get it" as his theme song.


Mark Henry Movies


Although unlike several other WWE athletes, Mark didn't have an illustrious acting career, he did appear in a few Movies. And these movies did play a part in Mark Henry's Net Worth, howsoever small.


YearTitleRole
2010MacGruberTut Beemer
2014A Haunted House 2Prisoner
2015The Flintstones & WWE: Stone Age SmackDown!Marble Henry
2016IncarnateBouncer


Full NameMark Jerrold Henry
Age48 Years
ResidenceAustin, Texas
Salary$900,000
Net Worth$4.5 Million
Source of IncomeProfessional Wrestling, Actor & Weightlifter
EndorsementsWWE Merchandise
CharityCTE Research, Ronald McDonald House Bristol
Marital StatusMarried to Jana Henry (2005 - Present)


People also ask


Does Mark Henry still hold records?

WWE Hall of Famer Mark Henry still holds the record of possessing the all-time highest combined weightlifting and powerlifting total since 1996.Β 


How many pounds can Mark Henry lift?

Mark Henry has a weightlifting total of 881.8 lbs (snatch 396.8 lbs and clean&jerk 485 lbs). He also possesses the ability to deadlift 903.9 lbs and lift 953.5 lbs on squat.Β 


Does Mark Henry still wrestle?

Mark Henry retired from wrestling following WrestleMania 33 in 2017.Β 


Is Mark Henry really strong?

Winning gold medals in powerlifting and weightlifting and then becoming multiple time World Champion resolves any doubt regarding the strength of the Hall of Famer. Mark Henry is definitely one of the β€˜World’s Strongest Man’.


Who is the strongest in the world?

It cannot be determined so easily. Yet, the title may temporarily belong to Martins Licis as he won the 2019 World Strongest Man competition.

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