The Nation of Domination is a former professional wrestling stable in the World Wrestling Federation. The two men were also accompanied by two unnamed actors, Albert Armstrong and William Beach, who were supposed to represent other members of the Nation. The group was based loosely on the Nation of Islam. The extremism of the group's pro-black theme at times including the 'Nation Salute' and Faarooq's angry tirades on the microphone garnered them an excessive amount of heat from fans in arenas. This lineup of the group remained intact until Faarooq became angry with them and fired the entire group with the exception of Brown after Faarooq's loss to The Undertaker at King of the Ring , where Faarooq lost the match in part to the distraction caused when Vega and Crush were arguing at ringside.
The famous opening words of the Nation of Domination entrance music. It still resonates with those of us who actually lived through the humble beginnings of the Attitude Era. If you were at a WWE show during the late s and heard that powerful chant come crashing into the loud speakers, followed by an intense, booming drumbeat, as a wise man once said, you knew business was about to pick up. This one, simple character swap would serve as the beginning of a new breed of heel in the WWE, one etched in sensitive subject matter, with a harsh, unforgiving brutality awaiting any goody two shoe babyface who dared get in its way. The N.
The group was formed by newcomer Faarooq in and remained an influencing faction in the company. The group was led by PG , a tag team consisting of J. Ice and Wolfie D. The group was based loosely on the Nation of Islam with group members adopting Islamic names and wearing Muslim headgear and the Black Panther Party.