WWE Hall Of Famer Heaps Praise On Kevin Owens’ Backlash 2024 Performance

WWE Hall Of Famer Heaps Praise On Kevin Owens' Backlash 2024 Performance

WWE Hall of Famer Mark Henry showered praise on the gripping performance delivered by four competitors in the street fight opening match at Backlash in Lyon, France.

During an appearance on “Busted Open Radio,” Henry lauded the intense showdown at WWE Backlash that saw Kevin Owens and Randy Orton taking on Solo Sikoa and Tama Tonga.

The match erupted in chaos right from the start, with a pre-bell brawl setting the stage for a brutal spectacle featuring an array of weapons including kendo sticks, garbage cans, and table spots. The climax came with the surprise debut of Tanga Loa, who intervened to aid the Bloodline faction. Reflecting on the match’s impact, Henry commended Owens for his stellar performance, which electrified the enthusiastic French crowd and set the tempo for the entire pay-per-view event.

The violence, aggression, and physicality set the tone for the whole pay-per-view, and Kevin Owens, listen, the dude is worth his weight in gold.

Remarked Henry.

Henry also applauded Owens for his fearless approach to the challenges presented during the match, noting his willingness to embrace daring manoeuvres without hesitation.

He is not going to shy away from anything. He’s going to suggest to you something that’s going to make you go, ‘Alright. We doing that? Then that’s what we’re doing.’ I love that because there’s no fear.

In addition to Owens’ standout performance, Henry highlighted Solo Sikoa’s emergence as a significant presence within the Bloodline faction, particularly in the absence of Roman Reigns. Observing Sikoa’s transition from a silent enforcer to a more vocal and prominent role on SmackDown, Henry commended his newfound confidence and evolution.

Solo is starting to enter his comfort zone too, I don’t know if y’all recognise that or not, but Solo’s expressions are different, the light switch came on.

What Did Mark Henry Say The Other Wrestlers Thought About Him When He Joined WWE?

Mark Henry said that the other wrestlers “hated his guts” when he joined WWE in 1996. Henry further stated that the other wrestlers tried to sabotage his career and he believes that he was put on TV too quickly and that he needed more time to be able to mature and integrate with the locker room.

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