WWE Hall of Famer and former World Heavyweight Champion, Mark Henry fired back at Ahmed Johnson. In a recent interview with Sportskeeda the former WWE Superstar, Johnson called Henry a “butt kisser” while also calling D’Lo a “dangerous worker” due to the Darren Drozdov incident in 1999.

On the latest edition of Busted Open Radio, Mark Henry slammed Johnson for his comments about D’Lo. Henry and D’Lo were integral members of one of WWE’s most important factions — The Nation of Domination.

“Take a guy like Ahmed Johnson, who has never had a good thing said about him in pro wrestling by anyone. I just wanted to defend D’Lo Brown,” Henry said. “He said that, in that article, he said that D’Lo Brown was dangerous and that D’Lo Brown ended Darren Drozdov’s career and never spoke to him again. I speak to Darren all the time. D’Lo speaks to Darren all the time. Guys, just so you know, I’m telling you the truth. This is a bad human being.”

Henry went on to questioned Johnson’s credibility and noted it was hard to find someone who would say anything good about the former WWE star.

“Your credibility is shot,” Henry stated. “Nobody, nobody in wrestling will say anything good about this guy. Since when did being professional, being on time, working hard, and being able to co-exist with your co-workers become being a kiss-ass? When? And are you guys out there that’s doing podcasts so thirsty and want somebody on your show so bad that you’re taking Ahmed freaking Johnson? Guys, c’mon. Do your homework. I’ve never heard anybody say anything good about him. Not one, not one time. So before you start trying to tear down D’Lo Brown, future Hall of Famer, before you tear down a guy that actually was a World Champion, who don’t you look in the mirror. Your credibility is shot. Your slip is showing.”

Ahmed Johnson was a huge star for WWE in the 1990s. He became the first black Intercontinental Champion in history. He briefly joined the Nation of the Domination before getting kicked out of the stable.

Johnson left WWE in 1998 and retired from professional wrestling in 2003 after brief appearances for WCW and promotions on the independent circuit.

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