Ambrose defeats Henry in single’s competition on WWE Main Event to retain the United States Championship. Ambrose picks up the pinfall victory at eleven minutes and two seconds.
Bryan defeats Show and Henry in triple threat action, contested inside of a steel cage to retain the World Heavyweight Championship at WWE Royal Rumble on pay-per-view. Bryan picks up the victory by climbing out of the cage at nine minutes and ten seconds.
Cena retains the WWE Championship at Money in the Bank by defeating Henry in singles competition. Cena picks up the submission victory over Henry at fourteen minutes and forty-two seconds.
Sheamus defeats Henry in a strap match at WWE Extreme Rules. Sheamus claims the victory by being the first to touch all four ring posts while strapped to Henry. Sheamus wins the bout at seven minutes and fifty-five seconds.
Swagger defeats Henry, Jericho, Orton, Bryan and Kane inside the Elimination Chamber to earn a shot at the World Heavyweight Championship at Wrestlemania 29. Swagger last eliminates Orton via pinfall to secure the victory.
Punk defeats Henry in singles competition, contested under no disqualification rules, on Monday Night RAW to retain the WWE Championship. Punk picks up the pinfall victory after delivering a top rope elbow drop with a chair at thirteen minutes and ten seconds.
Show defeats Henry in a singles competition chairs match at WWE TLC on pay-per-view. Show picks up the pinfall victory after hitting Henry with a “WMD” punch at five minutes and thirty seconds.
Show fights Henry to a no contest at WWE Vengeance on pay-per-view to retain the World Heavyweight Championship. The match ends when Henry delivers a superplex on Show and the ring collapses. Both men are helped out by WWE medical staff.
Undertaker defeats Mark Henry in a casket match at Wrestlemania 22.
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