Notes On The Hardy’s, Mark Henry’s Injury, & More

Ryan Clark


The current issue of WWE Magazine with The Hardys on the cover includes an interview with former WWF and WCW superstar Paul Roma. In the interview Roma is asked about his reaction to Ric Flair and Arn Andersonâ<80><99>s negative comments towards him on the Four Horseman DVD. Roma said, “It doesn’t bother me. What’s disturbing is listening to Arn talk like he’s the toughest thing since King Kong. You never did anything, so what makes you tough now? You laid on your bed, sucking down Krispy Kremes and KFC; you’re not a tough guy. If you were that tough, Sid [Vicious] wouldn’t have beaten you up.”

In the same issue of WWE Magazine, Mark Henry was interviewed about his recent return to the company from injury. When discussing his knee injuries the former Worldâ<80><99>s Strongest Man said, “The lliobial band broke and the kneecap broke in half. I suffered with that kneecap for five months in the ring. That’s why everything else got ripped apart, because I kept wrestling with it. Not many people can say they’ve walked around for five months with a broken kneecap.” Henry claimed that while suffering with the injury it would sometimes take him 30 minutes just to get up the stairs to his apartment and, “nine times out of 10, I’d just lie on the floor for three days until it was time to go back to work.”

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