Twitter reacts to AEW’s Mark Henry’s son Jacob squatting 600lbs 


Former WWE Champion Mark Henry’s son Jacob Henry squats an incredible 600 lbs 

Mark Henry has made his name in the wrestling world but it looks as if Jacob will outdo him. Henry has been an Olympian, and powerlifter and had an awesome career in the WWE. He’s one of the most accomplished athletes ever. 

Mark Henry
Mark Henry is also a former WWE Heavyweight champion

Henry’s son is committed to the University of Texas for 2024 and has a promising career ahead of him. Jacob is a defensive lineman commit and has unprecedented strength. 

Recently he did a heavy 600 pounds squat which took the wrestling fans by storm. 

Mark also commented on this incredible lifting and mentioned that he did all this without wearing any super suit and no knee wraps in tennis shoes. He will likely suit up and bring his immense strength to the Longhorn’s defensive line for seasons heading to NFL. 

Several fans on Twitter reacted to this,

NFL fans have a hilarious reaction to Mark Henry’s son squatting 600 lbs as a high school senior 

Jacob is now headed to the NFL. He’s a 2024 defensive lineman commit for the University of Texas and is expected to be there for some years. 

One thing is for sure if he hadn’t already committed to Texas, many universities would be all over him after seeing the clip. Many NFL fans have stated their opinion and some feel that Nick Saban might be lurking in the shadows. 

Many fans believe that sky is the limit for this kid 

Alabama is the top college football program for a reason. Derrick Henry who played for Saban and also won a Heisman went on to become perhaps the best running back in the league. 

Several top-flight wide receivers including Julio Jones, jerry Jeudy, Calvin Ridley, Jaylen Waddle, DeVonta Smith, and Amari Cooper attended college in Alabama. Pro Bowl Baltimore Ravens linebacker CJ Moseley played under Saban Fellow linebacker Don’t Hightower did too. 

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