Rikishi From WWE

WWE has been home to many giants, but few big men have been as agile as the 400 plus-pound Samoan wonder known as Rikishi.

A member of the famed Anoa'i wrestling family, known as to the world as the Samoan Dynasty, 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 and the mad pair captured the World Tag Team Championship in 1994 and the rest is history, culminating in his enshrinment in the WWE Hall of Fame in 2015.

While you can still see him in the ring from time to time, recently Rikishi has made his way to the small screen as an entirely new performer. First as Tsunami in Adam Sandler’s “Sandy Wexler” and most recently as one of the Wall of the World judge on the new CBS smash hit “The World’s Best” from executive producers Mike Darnell and Mark Burnett.

Now for the first time in his career, join Rikishi as he ventures on stage to share some laughs about his life in the ring, answer some questions, sign some autographs and bust out the Stink Face for this one of a kind stand-up comedy event.

06/02/2019 8:00 PM
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WWE has been home to many giants, but few big men have been as agile as the 400 plus-pound Samoan wonder known as Rikishi.

A member of the famed Anoa'i wrestling family, known as to the world as the Samoan Dynasty, 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 and the mad pair captured the World Tag Team Championship in 1994 and the rest is history, culminating in his enshrinment in the WWE Hall of Fame in 2015.

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WWE has been home to many giants, but few big men have been as agile as the 400 plus-pound Samoan wonder known as Rikishi.

A member of the famed Anoa'i wrestling family, known as to the world as the Samoan Dynasty, 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 and the mad pair captured the World Tag Team Championship in 1994 and the rest is history, culminating in his enshrinment in the WWE Hall of Fame in 2015.

While you can still see him in the ring from time to time, recently Rikishi has made his way to the small screen as an entirely new performer. First as Tsunami in Adam Sandler’s “Sandy Wexler” and most recently as one of the Wall of the World judge on the new CBS smash hit “The World’s Best” from executive producers Mike Darnell and Mark Burnett.

Now for the first time in his career, join Rikishi as he ventures on stage to share some laughs about his life in the ring, answer some questions, sign some autographs and bust out the Stink Face for this one of a kind stand-up comedy event.