Bow Wow Wants to Join the WWE!
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Bow Wow is ready to get in the ring!

Monday on Twitter, the “Beware of Dog” rapper, born Shad Moss, revealed that after he releases his last album, “Before 30,” he wants to become a wrestler for World Wrestling Entertainment, Inc.!

“Now i know this might sound crazy... BUT... after i drop my last album. I will focus on tv and film. And joining the @WWE its been a life long childhood dream to wrestle in the WWE!!!!” the “Entourage” actor wrote.

The “Growing Up Hip Hop: Atlanta” star also wants to partner with Rey Mysterio to win a tag team championship!

After the musician was welcomed by pro Bronson Reed, Moss admits he needs to first get in shape.

While appearing on our show last week, Moss confirmed his plans to retire from the music industry after the release of his next LP.

“My daughter [Shai Moss], she’s ready to turn 10 and she’s really, really taking this whole acting thing very seriously. I wanna free up some of that time,” he explained to Loni, Adrienne, Jeannie, and guest co-host Carla Hall.

He also spoke about his desire to partner with BET to produce new content, including the reboot of “106 & Park.”

“It’s not just specifically for just one show, it’s pretty much the whole entire network as a whole,” he said, adding, “Me, and my connections, I could spin that whole thing around.”

In 2012, Moss became a co-host of the hip-hop and R&B music video show until its cancellation two years later.

Back in December, the MC pitched for “106 & Park” to be shot in Atlanta, Georgia, as “business is booming” in the southern city despite the coronavirus pandemic.

“Bringing 106&Park to Atlanta! Its time for a new energy its time we move with the culture. 106&Park must be shot in ATL now,” he wrote in a tweet.

“The pandemic hit nyc is shut down. Business is booming here. All the celebs are here. That would be my 1st major move. LIVE AUDIENCE! On tv and Stream live.”

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