It's not unusual for reality television to cross paths with the world of sports entertainment. In the latest news, it appears that "Teen Mom" star Farrah Abraham will be the latest to get involved with professional Wrestling. The 27-year-old has starred on numerous programs with the most recent including "Celebrity Big Brother UK" and "Teen Mom OG," from which she got fired. Now she'll try to bring her brand of drama to a wrestling company in Oklahoma.

Abraham joining World Class Revolution

According to a report from Ringside News (via Pro Wrestling Sheet), Farrah Abraham has signed with the World Class Revolution Pro Wrestling company in Oklahoma.

While her role isn't yet known, World Class CEO Jerry Bostic was excited about the news. He indicated that the "Teen Mom" star "brings a lot of creativity to the table." In addition, Bostic mentioned that his company is "starting to effectively combine pop culture with our wrestling product." Abraham's incident at the Cannes Film Festival shows the level of interest the pop culture world has in her.

The next World Class Revolution show is slated for Saturday (July 21) and will feature a slew of pro wrestling stars commonly known by the fans.

They include MVP, Matt Striker, Chavo Guerrero Jr., and Jim "JR" Ross. In fact, the show has a tagline of "Who Shot JR?" and will take place at Southfork Ranch, home of the popular "Dallas" TV series. It's unknown if Farrah Abraham will appear at this show, but it certainly seems like it could provide a set up for her surprise pro wrestling debut.

Other reality stars in wrestling

As WWE and TNA/Impact wrestling fans know, it's not rare to see reality television cross into professional wrestling. WWE may have been among the first to use a well-known reality TV star, as they involved Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi in a "WrestleMania" tag team match.

The "Jersey Shore" star teamed up with WWE stars John Morrison and Trish Stratus to defeat the team of Dolph Ziggler, Layla, and Michelle McCool.

That six-person tag match at "WrestleMania XXVII" lasted just over three minutes.

TNA introduced their new pro wrestling star, "Robbie E," back in the same era when "Jersey Shore" had reached its height. Not only did he have that sort of gimmick associated with his persona, but he was also managed by a female named "Cookie," as a mock of "Snookie." Eventually, Snookie's friend from "Jersey Shore," Jennie "JWoww" Farley started getting involved in the TNA stories as a move to rip-off or compete with WWE's idea.

Of course, WWE has been using reality television more recently to showcase their women's superstars outside of the ring. They have launched several successful reality TV programs on the E!

Network including "Total Divas" and "Total Bellas." The shows have helped to introduce the female wrestling stars to a newer demographic.

Abraham's role with World Class

With all of that in mind, a professional wrestling company trying to bank upon the success of a well-known reality star is not that surprising. Cross-promotion is the name of the game, since, after all, it's "sports entertainment." Bringing in recognizable stars can help bring in viewers or sell tickets. Abraham has been known to throw down, even though she has no formal training in fight sports.

It should be interesting to see what role Farrah Abraham takes with the company, as one might expect it will probably be a heelish manager or backstage personality, for now.

It's hard to imagine that she will have skills in the ring to not embarrass herself without a bunch of training first. That said, based on the fact that she's been in at least a few fights, she may have a decent head start.