Source: CT PostCT Post has an interview up with The Big Show, who was promoting Tuesday's SmackDown taping at the Webster Bank Arena in Bridgeport, CT. During the interview, Show was asked about World Heavyweight Champion Mark Henry, and credited "The World's Strongest Man" for stepping up his game recently.
"He has really come into his own and stepped up his level of intensity," said Show. "When you're in the ring with him, you feel how powerful he is. I'm not embarrassed to say Mark is stronger than I am.
"When I'm in the ring with someone who has a real potential to crush my spine, it increases my intensity level," he continued. "Mark makes me push myself athletically."
Show also talked about the ring breaking during their match at Vengeance, stating, "Vince [McMahon] said if I break another one, I have to pay for it."
You can check out the full interview by clicking here.
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