Master P Jumps Into The Professional Wrestling Business With House Of Glory

The No Limit general warns WWE Chairman Vince McMahon that he’s coming for the sports entertainment crown.

(AllHipHop News) It was a very memorable week for professional wrestling devotees. Over the last seven days, AEW debuted All Elite Wrestling: Dynamite on TNT, WWE’s Friday Night Smackdown moved to Fox, and WWE’s Hell in a Cell pay-per-view main event was universally panned.

With all the internet-breaking sports entertainment news since last Wednesday, a Hip Hop mogul announcing he was getting back into the wrestling business was unexpected content. Percy “Master P” Miller took to Instagram to inform the world that he was now working with House of Glory wrestling.

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“Our new lifestyle of the elite and wealthy tv show is called ‘Miller’s Family Treasures’ and we are making history by bringing Hip Hop to wrestling. H.O.G. ‘House of Glory’ Join the movement #weallwegot @hogwrestling,” wrote Miller on IG.

House of Glory is a New York-based wrestling school and promotion founded by former Total Nonstop Action X Division champion Jonathan “Amazin Red” Figueroa. HOG was once home to current WWE superstars Ricochet and Lio Rush as well as current AEW tag teams The Young Bucks, The Lucha Bros, and Ortiz & Santana.

Back in the late 1990s, Master P and the No Limit Soldiers were part of a storyline in the now-defunct World Championship Wrestling (WCW). The MP da Last Don album creator feuded with the West Texas Rednecks staple which was headed by future WWE Hall of Famers Curt Hennig and Barry Windham.