WWE: Mark Henry reveals he could retire at WrestleMania 32

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Vince McMahon and the WWE seem determined to make WrestleMania 32 the greatest 'Mania of all time.

Biggest Mania Ever?

Stone Cold Steve Austin is thought to be involved one way or another with the event taking place in his home state of Texas, while The Undertaker and Sting could both retire from wrestling after the event.

However, it seems like it might not just be The Deadman and The Vigilante who could lace up their boots for the last time in Arlington, with Mark Henry dropping a very big hint about his future in a recent interview.


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Henry Retiring?

Henry spoke with The Times of India while doing promotional work for WWE this past week and at one point his future came up in the conversation.

When asked about potentially retiring at WrestleMania 32 next year, Henry revealed that it might be the time for him to leave wrestling.

"I may retire next year. It may be the swansong of my wrestling career; but definitely not the end of Mark Henry!" he said.

It was noted during the piece that Henry is also from Texas originally and taking his bow at the event would mean a lot. Henry went on to add that he had absolutely no regrets about his career and can't wait for the future.

"Well, I've done it all; won several championships. My ambition now is to be a part of finding the future talent of wrestling and open up the sport to countries like India," he said.

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