Vaughn Johnson of Philly.com has a new interview with Mark Henry, that was conducted before last Tuesday's SmackDown taping at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia. During the interview, Mark Henry stated that he is 100% sure that his current WWE contract will be his last, and that it expires shortly after WrestleMania 32. He also talked about Vince McMahon convincing him to sign his last contract.
"I don't know how I let Vince [McMahon] convince me into signing another contract back in 2013," Henry admitted. "He did a bit of magic. He's got that magic where you just go in the office and he'll talk you into it. I won't be signing any more contracts. I'm an elder statesman. This is a young guy business and I'm 100 percent for it. I love the marketing process. I love the international marketing. I love the talent development, but those are all things I'll work with the company on to make sure that our business continues to thrive, but there's a bunch of other stuff that I plan on doing."
Henry also talked about his first WWE pay-per-view match against Jerry Lawler, his early vignettes, if there is anything in his career that he would change and more. You can read the full interview by clicking here.