Mark Henry Speaks About Velveteen Dream

Mark Henry Believes That Velveteen Dream Should Be Given Another Chance By Fans

by Altamush Nayyer Khan
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Mark Henry Speaks About Velveteen Dream
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Mark Henry was known as the World’s Strongest Man in the WWE, and was one of their strongest wrestlers. He is a former world champion and has feuded with some of the best wrestlers that the WWE had at the time. He is retired and works for AEW backstage.

It is rare to see him on TV these days, and he has so far not shown an interest in wrestling again.

Mark Henry Believes That Velveteen Dream Should Be Given Another Chance By Fans

Mark Henry has been a center of quite a few controversies over the past few years.

His recent comments might spark some more as he spoke about Velveteen Dream. In a recent interview, he spoke about several things. Reportedly, his contract with AEW will expire soon, and it is unclear whether he will continue with the company.

One of the controversies was regarding his comment on Kairi Sane, who failed to get out of the ring while jade Cargill, Bianca Belair, and Naomi entered the ring during WrestleMania 40. Some of his comments received some heavy criticism regarding that incident.

His recent potentially controversial comments were made during K&S Wrestling Fest. During that event, he was asked about who he would like to be included in the modern day Nation of Domination. He named Powerhouse Hobbs, Bobby Lashley, Carmelo Hayes, and Omos.

The final member he named was Velveteen Dream. According to Mark, Velveteen should be given another chance, as he was cancelled a while back. "My wildcard would probably be Velveteen Dream, would be Patrick (Clark)," Henry said.

"I think it's time for his second chance. A lot of people in the world of wrestling love the talent. We're in a cancel culture that is justified as so. We need a cancel culture. "But, at some point, you gotta have grace and forgiveness and you gotta see if that person is gonna bury themselves again because habitual line steppers, that's exactly who they are.

Once they get that second chance and they're out, I ain't cosigning for you no more. But, everybody needs their second chance. I think that would be my new Nation. [He] looked great too [at the convention I was at]. I saw him." Velveteen was cancelled after he was accused of grooming and sending explicit photos to minors.

His backstage behavior was also considered strange by his peers, as EC3 once stated that Velveteen videotaped talents using the bathroom at a party.

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