Mark Henry was recently on Busted Open radio speaking about Hulk Hogan's potential comeback and noting that it may not be inevitable as some think and noted that many people don't really want him around just yet even with Hogan set to attend the premiere of the new HBO documentary on Andre the Giant:
"On the 29th is the opening in Los Angeles and [Hogan is] in it," Henry said. "It's kind of a deal where you have to accept it. He's a public figure. It doesn't mean that everything he's done is forgiven, you just gotta pick the good from the bad, see how you can help the situation. I sit on the chair of the delegation and they're not ready. I've had many talks, I mean with dozens of guys. The consensus is there's a lot of work to be done to heal that wound and fix that wall."
By delegation, Henry elaborated:
"The delegation is pretty much all of the more established African-American wrestlers in the country and in the world for that matter," Henry responded. "There's not a wrestling promotion that doesn't house someone from the delegation."
Henry said that he wasn't sure if he would be ready if Hogan made an appearance as early as Wrestlemania:
"I'm very rarely shocked, but in that case, I don't know if I'm ready. I think there's a lot to be done," Henry said. "I believe that everybody should be given a second chance, but I also believe that you have to own your issue - whatever that issue - you gotta try to make closure on everybody else's behalf, not just yours."