Rikishi Introduces Anoa’i Family’s Newest Wrestler 2023
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Rikishi Introduces Anoa’i Family’s Newest Wrestler 2023

In DJ Khaled’s words, “Another one.”

This week, yet another Anoa’i family member entered the world of professional wrestling. Rikishi, a WWE Hall of Famer, announced via Instagram that his son would be entering the world of professional wrestling under the moniker Thamiko T. Fatu. The 36-year-old performer is Rikishi’s fourth and final son to join his siblings Solo Sikoa and The Usos as professional wrestlers.

Thamiko, whose actual name is Jeramiah Fatu, has been absent from the wrestling world until now, but his entrance could be a significant turning point for whichever company he ends up competing for. While some fans are already speculating that Thamiko will join WWE’s Bloodline faction in the future, Rikishi’s Instagram post indicates that Thamiko is currently independent and accepting appointments.

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As a member of the legendary Anoa’i Family Dynasty, Thamiko, whom Rikishi dubbed “Toko Uso” online, carries a great deal of responsibility.

The Anoa’i family is one of the most prolific families in the annals of professional wrestling, with members who have made their mark on every continent. While The Bloodline has dominated WWE’s main roster as a group for the past three years, the Anoa’i family’s dominance prevails elsewhere, with Jacob Fatu dominating MLW and the North American independents in recent years.

While Toko is just beginning his career as a professional wrestler, his two older brothers recently reached a major career milestone when they became the first WWE Tag Team Champions to main event WrestleMania, losing the titles to Sami Zayn and Kevin Owens on Night One of WWE’s biggest event of the year.

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