WWE legend Mark Henry has revealed how another superstar once pooed in Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson’s food box.
The World’s Strongest Man has commented on recent comments from The Undertaker about the difference between today’s locker room and the rougher environment older wrestlers experienced back in the day, and admitted he was ‘in defence mode’.
Speaking on Busted Open Radio, he said: ‘I was so stressed a lot of times when I went in the locker room because I didn’t know what was going to happen. Me and The Rock, we always had our locker right next to each other.
‘I came in and saw people laughing and giggling and running away from where our lockers were. Dwayne would pack chicken breasts and broccoli and stuff to get in the car because he was a body guy. I saw his box was open.
‘I grabbed the box and was going to close it and I looked in it and there was s**t in it. Somebody s**t in his food box, so of course, I have to dispose of this and tell him, “Hey man, don’t leave your food in here.” ‘
The WWE Hall of Famer suggested this was down to jealousy and even hatred from older stars trying to protect their own spots from people they thought had an easy ride.
He added: ‘They were envious of us new guys coming in. We have developmental contracts or a full contract in my case. They hated us. They thought we were taking their jobs.
‘That was the mentality, not making the business better because we didn’t grind like they did. We didn’t go through the ringer. We didn’t get brought into the business hard like they did.
‘I respect how hard they were brought into the business but you can’t expect the world to be the same to everybody else as it was to you. You’re supposed to make it easier on the next generation, right? You would think.’
Meanwhile, Dwayne himself has previously opened up on his early days in WWE, and credited Undertaker with being one of those to look out for him when other stars tried to hold him down.
He said: ‘One of the important things that I wanna say about The Undertaker – this is stuff I’ve never shared, but I do wanna share it because it’s important.
‘When I started to make the move and word started to get around that the office was priming me for a WWE Championship run, there were a handful of guys in the business at that time, they did everything they could to stop that run from happening.
‘Undertaker was one of those guys who was always so steady, telling me “Don’t worry about it, kid. You just got out, you keep doing your thing, you have a hell of a future.” ‘
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