Master P Fires Warning To Vince McMahon As He Becomes House Of Glory Owner

Master P has announced a return to the wrestling industry by disclosing that he's now an owner of House of Glory.

The above is an indie promotion and wrestling school from New York. It's run by wrestlers Amazing Red and Brian XL and has been in existence since 2012. The company has a bit of prestige about it too, having featured the likes of The Hardy Boyz and Ricochet from WWE, as well as AEW's Young Bucks, Lucha Bros, and Ortiz & Santana.

Master P, a multi-platinum rapper, has fired a warning to Vince McMahon with claims that he's set to hire "all the top wrestlers."

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“We’re getting into wrestling,” he told reporters this week. “Vince McMahon, you in trouble, because I’m about to take over wrestling.

“H-O-G, House of Glory Wrestling, I’m hiring all the top wrestlers, come over here."

Master P, whose actual name is Percy Miller, was discussing an upcoming reality TV show detailing his family's road to wealth before announcing that he's become a House of Glory owner.

"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," he also wrote on Instagram. "We don’t own the NFL, NBA, or MLB but we do own House of Glory aka “HOG”. Join the movement."

According to Sescoops.com, a House of Glory spokesperson has confirmed that Miller is indeed an owner of HoG.

Master P Has History In The Wrestling Business

Miller is no stranger to the industry. The rap mogul had a brief stint in WCW, during which he led his No Limit Soldiers against Curt Hennig and the West Texas Rednecks.

It's going to be interesting to see what stems from this. Will WWE find itself with yet another serious competitor following the arrival of AEW? Master P certainly seems to think so.

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