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The Anoa'i Family
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Anoa
Anoa'i Family
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The Anoa
The Anoa'i Family's tag team championship legacy
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WWE Superstars Rare Family Photos(Ultimate Collection)- 1
WWE Superstars Rare Family Photos(Ultimate Collection)- 1
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Flipagram - The Anoa
Flipagram - The Anoa'i Family Tree
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The Anoa
The Anoa'i Family is Annoyed!!!
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The 15 greatest families in WWE history
The 15 greatest families in WWE history
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SAMOAN FAMILY TALKS ROMAN REIGNS, WXWC4, & MORE @THE APTER CHAT
SAMOAN FAMILY TALKS ROMAN REIGNS, WXWC4, & MORE @THE APTER CHAT
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Roman Reign Life: Know Everything | Relation with Rock
Roman Reign Life: Know Everything | Relation with Rock
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Anoa
Anoa'i family reunion
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Afa the Wild Samoan and daughter Vale Anoa
Afa the Wild Samoan and daughter Vale Anoa'i make important decision about May 11th
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Especial Año Nuevo. Familia Anoa`i.
Especial Año Nuevo. Familia Anoa`i.
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Roman Reigns|Leati Joseph "Joe" Anoaʻi|Wedding Photos|Rare&Unseen|Super Hot|Family Photos
Roman Reigns|Leati Joseph "Joe" Anoaʻi|Wedding Photos|Rare&Unseen|Super Hot|Family Photos
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The Anoa
The Anoa'i Family
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Lance Anoai Interview Part 1 of 3
Lance Anoai Interview Part 1 of 3
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Best wrestling family: Anoai or Hart?
Best wrestling family: Anoai or Hart?
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WXW C-4 Anoai
WXW C-4 Anoai's End Beef After Family Intervention @Lv Sportsfest 2011(Lance, Afa Jr., Samu)
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GSF360: Serra Padres 2013 feature Cal-bound WCAL co-MVP Hamilton Anoa
GSF360: Serra Padres 2013 feature Cal-bound WCAL co-MVP Hamilton Anoa'i
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Vale Anoa
Vale Anoa'i Bellydances at the 2011 Anoa'i Family Reunion
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Roman Reigns|Leati Joseph "Joe" Anoaʻi|Rare & Unseen Photos|Super Hot|Family Photos
Roman Reigns|Leati Joseph "Joe" Anoaʻi|Rare & Unseen Photos|Super Hot|Family Photos
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WWE  Roman Reigns - Spear (Finishing)
WWE Roman Reigns - Spear (Finishing)
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Roman Reigns and his daughter Joelle Anoai 💋
Roman Reigns and his daughter Joelle Anoai 💋
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Rikishi honors his family in his WWE Hall of Fame induction speech: March 28, 2015
Rikishi honors his family in his WWE Hall of Fame induction speech: March 28, 2015
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WWE 2K15- Roman Reigns vs Bray Wyatt at Battle Ground 2015 (PS4)
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IS THIS KID THE NEXT SAMOAN SUPERSTAR? LANCE ANOA
IS THIS KID THE NEXT SAMOAN SUPERSTAR? LANCE ANOA'I @THE APTER CHAT
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Samoan Dynasty
Samoan Dynasty
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Roman Reigns on "Total Divas"
Roman Reigns on "Total Divas"
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WWE 2K15- Roman Reigns vs Kane Last Man Standing Match 2015 (PS4)
WWE 2K15- Roman Reigns vs Kane Last Man Standing Match 2015 (PS4)
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Lance Anoai Interviews at MCW Shamrock Cup 13
Lance Anoai Interviews at MCW Shamrock Cup 13
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RARE Yokozuna Interview 1999 WWF WWE
RARE Yokozuna Interview 1999 WWF WWE
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WWE 2K15- The Undertaker vs Roman Reigns Normal Match 2015 (PS4)
WWE 2K15- The Undertaker vs Roman Reigns Normal Match 2015 (PS4)
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GSFWeekly - "Padres For Life", Anoa'i and Dickerson Reunite
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Gangrel, South Phillys Finest, and Tommy Suede VS Lance Anoai, Afa Jr, and Rican Hate Club
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WWE 2K15 John Cena vs Roman Reigns " WWE Univers " 2015 (PS4) HD
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Anoai Hit on Brandon Cox
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The Anoaʻi Sisters
The Anoaʻi Sisters
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WWE 2K15 John Cena vs Roman Reigns Normal Match 2015 (PS4) HD
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Anoai Sisters blowin @ D-Boy's Grad party
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WWE 2K15- Roman Reigns vs Edge Normal Match 2015 (PS4)
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WWE 2K15- Roman Reigns vs Daniel Bryan "WWE Univers"  2015 (PS4)
WWE 2K15- Roman Reigns vs Daniel Bryan "WWE Univers" 2015 (PS4)
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WWE 2K15- Roman Reigns vs Mark Henry Normal Match 2015 (PS4)
WWE 2K15- Roman Reigns vs Mark Henry Normal Match 2015 (PS4)
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WWE 2K15- Roman Reigns vs Seth Rollinst Fall Count Anywhere Match 2015 (PS4)
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Reno Anoa'i 2015 Just me and you and Just a friend
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WWE 2K15- Brock lesnar vs Roman Reigns No DQ Match For World Heavyweight championship 2015 (PS4)
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WWE 2K15- Brock lesnar vs Roman Reigns vs Seth Rollins For World Heavyweight Champion (PS4)
WWE 2K15- Brock lesnar vs Roman Reigns vs Seth Rollins For World Heavyweight Champion (PS4)
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WRESTLING WORLD, THE SAMOAN DYNASTY CONTINUES 2015
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WWE 2K15- Roman Reigns vs Rusev Normal Match 2015 (PS4)
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WWE 2K15- Roman Reigns vs Goldust vs Dean Ambrose Trilple Threat Extreme Rule Match 2015 (PS4)
WWE 2K15- Roman Reigns vs Goldust vs Dean Ambrose Trilple Threat Extreme Rule Match 2015 (PS4)
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WWE 2K15- Roman Reigns vs The Miz Fall Count Anywhere Match 2015 (PS4)
WWE 2K15- Roman Reigns vs The Miz Fall Count Anywhere Match 2015 (PS4)
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WWE 2K15- Roman Reigns vs Batista "WWE Univers" at Extreme Rule  2015 (PS4)
WWE 2K15- Roman Reigns vs Batista "WWE Univers" at Extreme Rule 2015 (PS4)
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The Anoa'i Family, originating from American Samoa, is a family of professional wrestlers. Family members have comprised several tag teams and stables within a variety of promotions.

In addition, Reverend Anoa'i Amituana'i and Peter Maivia were "blood brothers",[1] a connection that continued with Afa and Sika, who regard Peter as their uncle. Peter married Ofelia "Lia" Fuataga, who already had a daughter named Feagaimaleata (Ata), whom he adopted and raised as his own. Ata married wrestler Rocky Johnson, and the couple became the parents of Dwayne Johnson, who wrestled under the names Rocky Maivia and The Rock, before establishing himself as an actor. Peter's youngest son Toa is in training to wrestle and his oldest son Peter Fanene, Jr. is in the real estate business.

Family tree[edit]

Tovale Anoa'i
 
Amituana Anoa'i
 
 
 
Blood brothers
 
 
 
Peter Maivia
(1937–1982)
 
Lia Maivia
(1927–2008)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Lynn Anoa'i
 
Afa Anoaʻi Tumua Anoa'i Junior Anoa'i Sika Anoa'i
 
Patricia Anoa'i Afoa Anoa'i Elevera Anoa'i[2]
 
I'aulualo Folau Solofa Fatu[2] Toa Maivia Ata Maivia
 
Rocky Johnson
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Reno Anoa'i
(Black Pearl)
Rodney Anoa'i
(Yokozuna)

(1966–2000)
Matthew Anoa'i
(Rosey)
Joe Anoa'i
(Roman Reigns)
Sam Fatu
(Tonga Kid/Tama)
Eddie Fatu
(Umaga/Jamal)

(1973–2009)
Solofa Fatu, Jr.
(Rikishi/Fatu)
 
Talisua Fuavai Dwayne Johnson
(The Rock)
 
Dany Garcia
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Samula Anoa'i
(Samu)
Afa Jr.
(Manu)
Deon Anoa'i Lloyd Anoa'i
(L.A. Smooth)
Monica Anoa'i
 
Gary Albright
(1963–2000)
Trinity Fatu
(Naomi)
 
Jonathan Solofa Fatu
(Jimmy Uso)
Joshua Samuel Fatu
(Jey Uso)
Thavana Monalisa Jeremiah Peniata Joseph Simone Alexandra Johnson
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Lance Anoa'i

Other members[edit]

Hollywood stuntman Tanoai Reed (aka Toa on the new American Gladiators) is the great nephew of wrestling promoter Lia Maivia (Peter Maivia's wife)[3][4]

Boxer David Tua and actor Solo Siaopo are also related to the Anoa'i family.

Linked to the family by marriage but not actually a blood relative is wrestler "Superfly" Jimmy Snuka. Snuka's son Jimmy Snuka Jr. formerly wrestled for WWE as Deuce[5] His daughter Penina attends the University of Arizona, where she plays volleyball for the Arizona Wildcats.[6] His daughter, Sarona Reiher, currently wrestles for WWE as Tamina Snuka.[7]

Tag teams and stables[edit]

The Headshrinkers[edit]

Main article: The Headshrinkers

3-Minute Warning[edit]

Main article: 3-Minute Warning

Samoan Gangstas[edit]

Samoan Gangstas
Tag team
Members Matt E. Smalls[8]
L.A. Smooth[9]
Name(s) Samoan Gangstas[10]
Heights 6 ft 7 in (2.01 m) - Matt
6 ft 2 in (1.88 m) - Lloyd
Combined
weight
713 lb (323 kg; 50.9 st)
Debut 1997
Disbanded 1998
Promotions WXW
Trainer Wild Samoan Training Center[8][9]

Samoan Gangstas was a tag team in the independent promotion World Xtreme Wrestling (WXW).[10] The tag team consisted of members from the Anoa'i family.[8][9]

Samoan Gangstas was a tag team made up of cousins Matt E. Smalls and Sweet Sammy Silk (Matt and Samu Anoa'i).[11] Their tag team was formed in 1997 in WXW, the promotion of one half of The Wild Samoans, Samu's father and Matt's uncle Afa Anoaʻi. The duo received success in WXW in the tag team division.[10] On June 24, they won their first WXW Tag Team Championship by beating Love Connection (Sweet Daddy Jay Love and Georgie Love).[10] However, they were temporarily suspended and the title was declared vacant.[12] Matt was repackaged as Matty Smalls. They returned in the summer of 1997 and defeated Siberian Express (The Mad Russian and Russian Eliminator), on September 17 to win their second WXW Tag Team Championship.[10][13]

Problems began between Smalls and Smooth. The two partners began feuding with each other and could not focus properly on their tag title. On March 27, 1998, Smooth defeated Smalls in a Loser Leaves Town match. As a result of losing this match, Smalls was forced to leave the promotion.[10][13] He left WXW while Smooth focused on a singles career. After a short while, Smalls returned to WXW and the two partners reunited again as Samoan Gangstas and began teaming in the tag team division. They feuded with several tag teams in WXW and focused to regain the WXW Tag Team Championship. However, due to their family disputes and problems with each other, they did not take part in the tournament for the vacated tag title, and instead feuded with each other. Samoan Gangstas feuded with each other after their splitting until Smalls left WXW and began wrestling as Kimo. He began teaming with Ekmo (Eddie Fatu) as The Island Boyz and the duo worked in Frontier Martial-Arts Wrestling (FMW) before signing with World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) and working in its developmental territories.

Championships and accomplishments[edit]

  • Eastern Wrestling Federation
    • EWF Tag Team Championship (1 time)[14]

The Sons of Samoa[edit]

The Sons of Samoa are a tag team currently wrestling in the Puerto Rican wrestling promotion World Wrestling Council and WXW. The team consists of Afa Jr. and L.A. Smooth (Lloyd).

The team was formed at WXW in 1998, briefly as a stable with Samu (Samula). The team reformed in April 2009 at a WXW show with Afa Jr. and L.A. Smooth. In 2013, they began wrestling at the WWC promotion in Puerto Rico. At Euphoria 2013, they lost to Thunder and Lightning. They won the WWC World Tag Team Championship from Thunder and Lightning on February 9, before losing the titles back to Thunder and Lightning on March 30 at Camino a la Gloria. However, they won the titles on June 29, 2013, at Summer Madness.

Wild Samoans[edit]

Main article: Wild Samoans

Championships and accomplishments[edit]

The Usos[edit]

Main article: The Usos

The Usos (born August 22, 1985) are a Samoan American professional wrestling tag team consisting of twin brothers Jimmy Uso and Jey Uso, who appear in WWE where they are former two-times WWE Tag Team Champions. The pair were previously managed by Tamina Snuka and are one-time FCW Florida Tag Team Champions.

Jimmy (real name Jonathan Solofa Fatu) and Jey (real name Joshua Samuel Fatu) are the sons of Solofa Fatu, better known as Rikishi, nephews of the late Umaga and Sam The Tonga Kid and are part of the Anoa'i family. As part of the family, they are also the cousins of fellow WWE superstars Roman Reigns and The Rock, as well as the late Yokozuna.

On the February 14, 2014 episode of SmackDown, The Usos along with Cody Rhodes and Goldust defeated The New Age Outlaws and Ryback and Curtis Axel when Jimmy pinned Road Dogg. The Usos received a tag team title shot at the Elimination Chamber PPV against the Outlaws, but were once again unsuccessful. After quickly defeating the Outlaws in a non-title match the previous week, The Usos received another title match on the March 3 episode of Raw against the Outlaws, and The Usos were finally successful, winning the titles, their first ones in WWE. The next night on Main Event, The Usos would successfully defend their titles against Los Matadores. At WrestleMania XXX, The Usos successfully defended their titles in a fatal-four way elimination match against RybAxel, The Real Americans, and Los Matadores. The next night on Raw, The Usos again defended the titles against the team of Batista and Randy Orton. Both teams were counted out and The Usos were assaulted by Orton and Batista outside the ring. At Night of Champions, the Usos would lose to Gold and Stardust ending their first reign as tag team champions at 202 days.

In December, Naomi became involved with The Usos' feud with The Miz, in which Naomi and Jimmy Uso's real-life relationship was openly acknowledged on-screen. Miz began offering to help further her career as well as showing some hints of flirtation, much to Jimmy's dismay.[15][16] On the December 16 episode of Main Event, Naomi appeared on "Miz TV", where Miz managed to get Naomi a WWE Divas Championship match against Nikki Bella later that night on Super SmackDown Live; Miz came out mid-match to support Naomi, but she lost the match after Jimmy accidentally distracted her due to his anger of Miz being present.[17] On the December 29 edition of Raw, The Usos recaptured the titles from The Miz and Damien Mizdow after feuding with them over Naomi's entertainment opportunities.[18] On the January 9 episode of SmackDown, The Authority forced The Usos to defend the WWE Tag Team Championship against The Miz and Damien Mizdow and Gold and Stardust, despite many "close calls", Jimmy and Jey managed to retain their titles. In February, Naomi and The Usos briefly feuded with Natalya, Tyson Kidd and Cesaro[19] and on February 22 at Fastlane, they lost the titles to Tyson Kidd and Cesaro.[20] Despite getting a rematch the next night on Raw, The Usos did not regain the titles due to Natalya interfering for a disqualification win. At the March 9 SmackDown tapings, Jey Uso suffered a serious shoulder injury, the extent of which is unknown. At WrestleMania 31, The Usos competed in the fatal-four way tag team match, however Jey re-injured his shoulder at the hands of Cesaro. Jimmy then competed in the André the Giant Memorial Battle Royal, but was eliminated by Big Show.

Championships and accomplishments[edit]

Championship and accomplishments[edit]

  • Belgian Wrestling School
    • BWS Heavyweight Championship (1 time) – Afa, Jr.
  • Defiant Pro Wrestling
    • DPW Heavyweight Championship (1 time) – Afa Jr.[36][36][37]
  • European Wrestling Association
    • EWA Intercontinental Championship (1 time, current) – Smooth
  • Independent Superstars of Pro Wrestling
    • ISPW Heavyweight Championship (2 times) – Samula
    • ISPW Tag Team Champion (1 time) – Smooth and Headshrinker Samu
    • ISPW Light Heavyweight Championship (1 time) – Afa, Jr.[36][42]
  • International Wrestling Alliance
    • IWA Tag Team Championship (1 time) – Sika and Afa[36]
  • Jersey Championship Wrestling
    • JCW Television Championship (1 time) – Afa, Jr.[36][42]
  • New World Wrestling
    • NWW Undisputed Brass Knuckles Championship (1 time) [45] – Samula
  • Nu-Wrestling Evolution
    • NWE World Heavyweight Championship (1 time) – Black Pearl[46]
  • Pittsburgh Wrestling League
    • PWL Heavyweight Championship (1 time) – Samula
  • Portland Wrestling
    • Portland Pacific Northwest Heavyweight Championship (1 time) – Rikishi[14]
  • Power Pro Wrestling (Memphis)
    • PPW Heavyweight Championship (1 time) – Rikishi
  • Pro Wrestling eXpress
    • PWX Heavyweight Championship (3 times) – Samula
  • Revolución Lucha Libre
    • Campeonato Internacional Absoluto (1 time) – Rikishi
  • Trans World Wrestling Federation
    • Trans World Wrestling Championship (1 time) – Samula

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