House of Glory is a New York based indie promotion founded by Amazing Red in 2014. According to Percy Miller, aka Master P via his Instagram, he now owns the promotion an is going after Vince Mcmahon. He said in the video you can watch below:
“And we getting into wrestling. Vince McMahon, you in trouble. I’m about to take over wrestling. It’s a whole different league. HOG. House of Glory Wrestling. I’m hiring all the top wrestlers. Come over here. WWE, come over to us.”
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TMZ @romeomiller @cymphonique 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. We don’t own the NFL, NBA, or MLB but we do own House of Glory aka “HOG”. Join the movement #weallwegot @hogwrestling
Master P is best known to wrestling fans of WCW, where he was paid a reported $2,000,000 by Eric Bischoff to bring hip hop to the promotion and manage his own group, the No Limit Soldiers stable, named after his company No Limit Records. They had a short-lived feud with Curt Hennig’s West Texas Rednecks that wasn’t well-received as the southern-based WCW fans sided with the heel Rednecks. The song “Rap is Crap.” is probably the only thing memorable from this angle.
The No Limit Soldiers were made up of Brad Armstrong, Chase Tatum, Konnan, Rey Mysterio, 4×4, and Swole and debuted as a group in June 1999 and were disbanded in September the same year. This seemed to be the end of Master P’s involvement in pro wrestling until his surprise announcement.
With an estimated worth of $200 million, Master P could soon make HOG a significant promotion in the wrestling industry.
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