Mark Henry Injury: WWE Superstar Hurts Hamstring, How Long Will "The World's Strongest Man" Be Out? [PHOTO]
WWE Superstar Mark Henry injured his hamstring at a live event in Boston Saturday night, and the severity of the injury is not yet known.
Henry, dubbed as 'The World's Strongest Man' was hurt during a run-in as the main event was going on Saturday night, and it's unknown at this time whether or not Henry will miss any significant time.
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WWE.com posted the following Sunday:
Mark Henry suffered a right hamstring injury at a live event in Boston on Saturday, August 31. This occurred as Henry ran in during the last match of the night. Medical imaging will be obtained to determine the severity of the injury. Stay tuned to WWE.com for any further details.
Following the release of the news, Henry took to Twitter to share with the WWE Universe his ailment.
Yeah guess the word is out, I pulled my hamstring last night I got through it all just got to Austin!
— TheMarkHenry (@TheMarkHenry) September 1, 2013
It seemed as though the WWE was planning on having Henry and The Big Show team up to take on WWE Tag Team Champions Roman Reign and Seth Rollins in two weeks at Night of Champions on Sept. 15, but if Henry's injury causes him to miss significant time those plans may be in doubt.
It's possible that Henry's injury isn't that severe, which would be ideal for the WWE as the company is already missing mega superstar John Cena, who underwent surgery on his triceps last month.
Henry has never held the WWE title, but he is a former World heavyweight champion, European champion and ECW champion and has won gold as a weightlifter for the U.S.
It's uncertain what Henry's future will hold, but reports indicate that the injury may not sideline him for long.