This would make a great deal of sense, if WWE had the presence of mind to avoid certain complications. Now, it's well documented at this point that Mark Henry is on an absolute tear; this is, far and away, the greatest period in his career as a professional wrestler.
A fantastic athlete, Henry has never been a quality wrestler because of his gigantic stature and limited mobility; despite that though, he could have been much better than he had been for the majority of his career. His infrequent forays into the main event, which usually coincided with a shift into monster heel territory, were never impressive.
That all changed in the past few months. Mark Henry hasn't just been good. He's been great.
Credit to WWE, who's booking of the World's Strongest Man up to and beyond his recent capture of the World Heavyweight Title, has been nearly flawless. Henry, meanwhile, has stepped up his game both in the ring and on the mic. Once upon a time, he wouldn't get near a series like this, which is supposed to highlight things that more established veterans should do before retirement. But Henry is actually an established veteran now. He's earned his place in this series.
Ladies and Gentlemen, this is Mark Henry's Bucket List.