|Born||October 11, 1965|
|From||San Francisco, CA|
|In WWE Games|
|First Games||WWE Attitude|
Solofa Fatu Jr. is a Samoan American professional wrestler, best known under the ring name Rikishi with World Wrestling Entertainment, where he was a one time Intercontinental Champion, two time World ...
A member of the famed Anoa'i wrestling family, Rikishi made his WWE debut in the early 90s under the name Fatu. The Superstar immediately teamed up with his cousin, Samu, to form the Headshrinkers, a savage duo cut from the same cloth as their uncles, The Wild Samoans. The mad pair captured the World Tag Team Championship on April 26, 1994, defeating The Quebecers on Monday Night Raw. After losing the gold to Shawn Michaels & Diesel, The Headshrinkers split. Rikishi would then try his luck with a new partner, Sionne, but the pair had limited success. The Samoan then briefly competed in singles action, before leaving WWE in 1997.