*Spoiler* Nation of Domination reunion announced
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The Nation of Domination, the legendary stable that helped make WWE history when it was still called WWF, will meet for the first time in 22 years. However, he will not do it in the Stamford-based federation's rings, but in an upcoming wrestling event that will take place in 2022 in Qatar.
QPW has confirmed that Mark Henry, Ron Simmons, The Godfather and D'Lo Brown will be "special guests" at SuperSlam 3, which will take place on February 26, 2022. QPW issued the following press release: "Mark Henry, Ron Simmons and The Godfather, all WWE Hall of Famers, along with former WWE Intercontinental champion D'Lo Brown, will make their first appearance together over 22 years after 'last time.
This will take place on the occasion of SuperSlam 3, an event organized by QPW in Doha, Qatar. The show will be held on February 26, 2022 at the Lausail Sports Arena in Doha, Qatar, in a venue capable of hosting over 20,000 people.
The Nation of Domination will be the special guest for that night. " The show will also include among the guests of honor Bret "The Hitman" Hart, another WWE Hall of Famer, current AEW stars Sting and Jon Moxley and also some great NJPW stars, such as Hiroshi Tanahashi and Will Ospreay.
WWE Hall of Famer Eric Bischoff will also attend the show, taking on the role of QPW General Manager for one night. Other confirmed names for the QPW show, SuperSlam 3, are Sammy Guevara, Brian Cage, Sin Cara and EC3.
The Nation Of Domination did their thing in WWE during the Attitude Era
Curiously, the Nation of Domination had returned to talk in the summer of 2020, when someone ventured a comparison between the old stable and MVP's Hurt Business.
It was the latter who rejected the association: "The Hurt Business as the Nation of Domination? No, absolutely my answer is no. I have heard rumors about this thing and I do not want to repeat it. The stable of the Nation of Domination it's been done before, it was fantastic in its time, but in its time.
New stars have been created and with The Hurt Business I want to bring something new back." The times, as evidenced by Bobby Lashley's conquest of the WWE Champion title, have proved him right. The Nation of Domination is widely considered to be one of the most influential WWE factions of all time.
Mostly consisting of African-American superstars, The Nation was represented by 12 people during their two-year WWE run between October 1996 and October 1998. Faarooq originally led The Nation of Domination before The Rock took over as the group’s leader in March 1998.
Clarence Mason, J.C. Ice, and Wolfie D represented The Nation during its first few months on WWE television. Ahmed Johnson, Crush, Owen Hart, and Savio Vega also had stints as Nation members.