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Proud mother and wife
Talisua Fuavai Fatu is the wife of WWE superstar Solufa Fatu. She is also the mother of three wrestlers. She got married to Solufa on December 26, 1981, and she was born on April 28. She is an excellent housekeeper and grandmother. It is common knowledge that she has a strong bond with her husband. The couple lives in Pensacola, Florida, at the moment.
Talisua Fuavai-Fatu is the mother of Rikishi and Sefa and the daughter of Samoan wrestling great Solofa Fatu. Talisua Fuavai-Fatu works from home and is devoted to her family.
Fatu started her career in Montreal, Canada, where she worked for the Lutte International advancement. As a high-flying babyface, she frequently cooperated with top-level countenances in the area. In 1986, she collaborated with her cousin Samula Anoa’i to wrestle on the World Wrestling Board’s (WWC) Puerto Rico. After that, they won the WWC Caribbean Tag Team Championships.
Samoan Swat Team
Samu and Fatu were members of the Samoan Swat Team, which later gained the moniker “The Headshrinkers.” In the World Class Championship Wrestling Association (WCWA), they competed against Michael Hayes as well as the Von Erich family. Fatu returned to television after being promoted as a positive character for a few years. However, her positive image was never realized to its fullest extent. The Samoan genius acquired the WWF Title on Walk 1, 1993; however, he couldn’t overcome Bret Hart due to obstruction from Samu.
Fatu fought for the Intercontinental Championship after being repackaged. Along with The Rock and Wild Samoans, he has also been a member of the Samoan Wrestling Family. He has worked for a lot of managers and has a drive-by shooting scar. In Samoan, the name Fatu means “heart.” However, he was successful on the WWE stage in addition to his name.