- Born: 10/11/1965 in San Francisco, California
- Birthname: Solofa Fatu Jr.
- Height & Weight: 6'1", 425 Ib
- WWF Intercontinental Championship
- WWE Tag Team Championship – with Scotty 2 Hotty
- WWF/E Tag Team Championship (2 times) – with Samu (1) and Rico (1)
- WWE Hall of Fame (Class of 2015)
Best known under the ring names Rikishi (which means sumo wrestler in Japanese) and Fatu with World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE), where he was a one-time Intercontinental Champion, two-time World Tag Team Champion, and one-time WWE Tag Team Champion. He was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame as part of the Class of 2015.
Fatu is a member of the Anoa’i family, which has had a presence in professional wrestling since the mid-twentieth century. He is the twin brother of Sam “Tonga Kid” Fatu and the older brother of the late Eddie “Umaga” Fatu.
Fatu’s uncles Sika Anoa’i and Afa Anoa’i wrestled as The Wild Samoans, while many of his cousins wrestled including Rodney “Yokozuna” Anoa’i, Samula “Samu” Anoa’i, Matt “Rosey” Anoa’i, Joe “Roman Reigns” Anoa’i, Afa “Manu” Anoa’i Jr., and Lloyd “L.A. Smooth” Anoa’i. His father Solofa Fatu Sr. died of COVID-19 on October 4, 2020.
Fatu and his wife Talisua Fuavai-Fatu have six children: Score Benz, Joshua Samuel, Jonathan Solofa, Jeremiah Peniata, Thavana Monalisa, and Joseph. Joshua Samuel and Jonathan Solofa currently wrestle for WWE as Jey Uso and Jimmy Uso, while Joseph currently wrestles for NXT 2.0 as Solo Sikoa.
w/ Samu vs. The Natural Disasters
w/ Samu vs. High Energy
w/ Samu vs. The Smoking Gunns
w/ Samu vs. Men on a Mission
w/ Too Cool vs. Edge, Christian & Kurt Angle
vs. Steve Austin
vs. The Rock
w/ Haku vs. The Brothers of Destruction
w/ Haku vs. The Hardy Boyz
vs. John Cena
vs. Sean O’Haire & Roddy Piper
Other Notable Achievements
Portland Pacific Northwest Heavyweight Championship
PPW Heavyweight Championship
Campeonato Internacional Absoluto
UWA World Trios Championship – with Kokina Maximus and The Samoan Savage
WCWA Texas Tag Team Championship – with Samu
WCWA World Tag Team Championship (3 times) – with Samu
WWC Caribbean Tag Team Championship – with Samu