If Anthony Henry doesn't get a big contract in wrestling, he's content with what he's already accomplished in his career.
The former EVOLVE Tag Team Champion spoke with Andrew Thompson of Post Wrestling and talked about his career and his future. Henry tweeted that he would be done with wrestling by the end of the year and noted that he's likely done doing independent wrestling shows in February.
Things would change if Henry were to get a big contract or gets signed by a major company. But if that never happens, Henry would be okay with his career.
“I’m cool with it man. I’m at peace. Like I said, most of that comes from the pandemic and my experience through that and learning who I am without professional wrestling because for the longest time, that’s all I knew. It was like, who am I without professional wrestling? Who is Anthony Henry without professional wrestling? But I figured that out, so now if nothing great happens with professional wrestling, my life’s still great and I’m not suffering anymore and I’m good with it. I’ve done more than what most people have done in professional wrestling, you know what I mean? Traveled to other countries, worked for different promotions, wrestled the majority of all the biggest independent wrestling stars at least. Yeah. How can I complain about that? I’ve done great things, my way so I’m good with it," Henry said.
You can check out the full interview in the video at the top of the page. Credit to Andrew Thompson for the quotes.