If you are a fan of wrestling and weightlifting, then there is a high probability that you know American powerlifter and the WWE superstar Mark Henry. The Texas-born wrestler is a former World Heavy Weight Champion and a one-time WWF European Champion. He was popular with the tag of World Strongest Man for his time in the WWE universe.
Mark Henry's Colossal Net Worth
When it comes to finances and income, former WWE superstar Mark Henry has absolutely nothing to worry about, considering his highly accomplished career in the sports sector. Specifically, he gathers a staggering net worth of $4.5 million as of August 2020, which allows him to live a lavish lifestyle around all sorts of modern-day amenities. Although he retired from wrestling in 2017, his income hasn't stopped since he works backstage as a producer.
Mark Henry is more than just a WWE superstar as he is a two-time Olympian and a gold medalist at the Pan American Games. His experience in U.S National Weight Lifting as a Champion for several years, ECW and WWF has made him quite a prominent figure. According to estimates, Henry made a six-figured salary of $300,000 during his active years. Apart from regular pays, his advertisements and endorsement contracts helped his net worth to rise high.
Mark Henry Is A Married Man
While Mark Henry remains quite vocal about his professional endeavors, the wrestler prefers to keep a low-profile of his love life. Despite his best efforts, the former WWE Heavyweight Champion couldn't hide the fact that he is a married man. In fact, he tied the knot with beloved wife Jana Perry, several years ago. He never disclosed details regarding how he met his wife or when did they tie the knot.
Mark Henry and his wife share a blissful marriage as they share two adorable children, a son, Jacob, and daughter, Joanna. The happy family of four live at their flashy mansion-like house in Austin, Texas. The retired wrestler lives a lavish lifestyle as he owns a Hummer, which he won in the 2002 Arnold Strongman Classic. Apart from that, he also has a two-foot ferret named Pipe.
Mark Henry made a big announcement in March 2019 by pledging to donate his brain to CTE research after his death. Like many WWE superstars, he is open to Hollywood as he appeared in several films like 'Incarnate,' 'A Haunted House 2', and 'MacGruber.'