Evan Michael Lee provides the voice for Mark Henry in the upcoming animated series Camp WWE, and he recently spoke to The Rack about how he prepared for the role and more. You can check out the full episode here along with a few highlights below. According to Evan he was most familiar with mark Henry’s run as Sexual Chocolate so he had to do a little research.

“I grew up watching wrestling and I remember him as Sexual Chocolate and with the Nation of Domination, so I was kind of familiar with him already. Outside of Olympic weight lifting I didn’t know much about his personal life so I youtubed him and looked him up on wikipedia to just kind of get a feel for him. I didn’t realize this when he was in the fourth grade he was five foot seven and two hundred and twenty five pounds. I thought that was absolutely amazing and I just sorta used the knowledge that I learned about him to my advantage, it was pretty easy to play a lovable big guy.”

As far as the tone of the show is concerned, he compared it to shows like “South Park” and “Archer.”

“The best way to describe it and Seth said it best himself, it’s South Park meet Archer. It’s like a combination of both of those shows. I think most of us are familiar with South Park and how crass it can be in terms of the language and subject matter and then sort of the wit of Archer in terms of the delivery.”

Vince McMahon’s character seems to be getting a lot of praise from people that have already seen the show. Evan Michael Lee echoed that sentiment saying that he believes Vince will steal the show.

“When I got the scripts for the show I was legitimately laughing out loud and hoping that everyone was finding it as funny as we do. I can definitely say that Vince McMahon will steal the show. He is so funny and all of his lines are comedy gold.”

Camp WWE is set to premiere on the WWE Network this Sunday after Payback. WWE has released episode descriptions for season one and you can check them out below.

Episode 1: “There’s No Place Like Camp”

When Mr. McMahon discovers John Cena misses home, he enlists his counselors to help prevent a camp-wide outbreak of homesickness.

Episode 2: “Not Without My Eyebrow”

Panic ensues after someone shaves off The Rock’s eyebrow and Ric Flair is tasked with helping The Great One regain his mojo.

Episode 3: “Survival Weekend”

Sgt. Slaughter drags campers away for a Survival Weekend while Mr. McMahon’s favorite weekend of the year turns into a nightmare.

Episode 4: “Vince Is Just Not That Into You”

Triple H takes Mr. McMahon out on a date to win his approval while John Cena and Mark Henry team up to welcome an unexpected addition to Camp WWE.

Episode 5: “A Family McMahon”

“Stone Cold” Steve Austin’s pranks drive Mr. McMahon to quit while Nikki Bella must refine Bray Wyatt so he doesn’t ruin the annual Camp WWE dance.

WWE is expected to announce a second season of the show at some point.