No John Cena or The Rock, Undertaker included: Mark Henry's five greatest WWE Superstars

Mark Henry's five greatest WWE Superstars

Mark Henry, a two-time WWE world champion, has named his top five Superstars of all time and there are some interesting names on and off his list.

Henry is currently signed to All Elite Wresting as a commentator, analyst, coach and talent scout. He is a former powerlifter, Olympic weightlifter, professional wrestler and strongman.

He had an amazing career as a wrestler signed under World Wrestling Entertainment, spending 25 years with the corporation.

Boasting a legendary WWE status, The World’s Strongest Man was asked to name his top five WWE wrestlers in an interview with GN TV.

He answered: “Well, we always have the Mount Rushmore which is four, but five is pretty easy for me.”

He continued by naming the wrestlers that make his top five, but it’s worth nothing he didn’t have room for The Rock, John Cena or Stone Cold Steve Austin.

5 – Ric Flair

Ric Flair is regarded as the greatest pro wrestler of all time. He’s had a career that has spanned almost 50 years. He has won multiple championships during his time as a wrestler. He is also a two-time WWE Hall of Famer.

4 – Shawn Michaels

Retired from professional wrestling, Shawn Michaels was one of the most admired athletes during his time as a wrestler. The 56-year-old caught many eyes with his prolific entertainment skills and his finishing move the Sweet Chin Music. Michaels went by the nicknames Heartbreak Kid, The Showstopper and Mr. WrestleMania during his spell in WWE.

3 – Andre the Giant

He was popularly known for his humongous size after being diagnosed with an excess growth hormone. The Eighth Wonder of the World stood at 7.34 feet tall, weighing 520.29 pounds. Andre was certainly the most unique wrestler to ever live.

2 – The Undertaker

Mark William Calaway, better known by the ring name The Undertaker, had a 30-year-long career with WWE.

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The Undertaker made his WWE debut in 1990

What year did The Undertaker debut in WWE?

1 – Hulk Hogan

Hulk Hogan is arguably the most recognised wrestling star worldwide. He is the most popular wrestler of the 1980s and has spent 35 years as a WWE Superstar. He is also a six-time WWE Champion.

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