Rikishi Rikishi From: The Isle of Samoa Height: 6' 1" Weight: 425 lb. 11 If you have the piledriver as a finisher replace this with snake eyes and the B and across strong … 1 29: 3 (Note: From here the numbers go from 30 - 133) 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. Rikishi would then try his luck with a new partner, Sionne, but the pair had limited success. 112 Rem. Big Show what Rikishi could pull off. 6 FIGHTING STYLE 6: 57 (If you put Chin Music as finisher replace 57 with 11) Report this user for behavior that violates our Community Guidelines. 18 = Turnbuckle Special 23: 7 10 12: 1 Name: RIKISHI PHATU In 1999, Rikishi returned with a new name and a new look, consisting of bleached blonde hair, hip sunglasses and sumo wrestling gear. sidekick!) 120 European Historical Figure Minefield 11,985; 4-to-1 Countries by Beginning and Ending Letters II 9,369; Sunday Crossword: Return of the Diagonal Line 8,572; Best Picture Title Character Match 7,474; Find the US States - No Outlines Minefield 6,113; More Quizzes Feet: 10 (21,21) 13 107 In spite of this memorable run as a fun-loving big man, Rikishi may be best remembered as the driver of the car that hit "Stone Cold" Steve Austin at the 1999 Survivor Series. I put it here as a FAV because the standing sidekick is crap and the sweet chin music looks more like what Rikishi could pull off. Trained since childhood by their father Rikishi, the team debuted in WWE's developmental brand Florida Championship Wrestling in 2009, where they became FCW Florida Tag Team Champions. 58 Rare None UBody: 0 When his opponent was incapacitated in the corner of the ring, Rikishi would stand over the Superstar and plant his ample buttocks on their face. 5 1 Intercontinental Champion; WWE Tag Team Champion; World Tag Team Champion; 2015 WWE Hall of Fame Inductee. 28: 13 14 24 28 4 Elbow Left: 1 (21) 69 Later, it was revealed that Triple H was the mastermind behind the hit and run, giving the WWE Universe more reason to detest the once-popular Samoan. 5 RIVALS 9: 39 10 (FAV) 24 21 The Samoan then briefly competed in singles action, before leaving WWE in 1997. In 1999, Rikishi returned with a new name and a new look, consisting of bleached blonde hair, hip sunglasses and sumo wrestling gear. 0 17: 3 After losing the gold to Shawn Michaels & Diesel, The Headshrinkers split. 3 12 8: 15 1 Sell your own stuff, get featured here (free). 55 3 2: 6 After holding the gold for a few months, Rikishi exited WWE, leaving behind a memorable legacy of hilarious dance moves, unexpected acts and many, many stinky faces. 3 1 They are both currently signed to WWE, where they perform on the SmackDown brand. 1 58 = Back Special Tattoo: 18 Solofa F. Fatu Jr. is an American professional wrestler, best known under the ring names Rikishi and Fatu with World Wrestling Entertainment, where he is a one-time Intercontinental Champion, two-time World Tag Team Champion, and one-time WWE Tag Team Champion. The Samoan then briefly competed in singles action, before leaving WWE in 1997. 3 = Special Irish Grapple 1 62 Can you name the Finisher by Superstar? 107 4 Head: 3 Rikishi would then try his luck with a new partner, Sionne, but the pair had limited success. 0 A member of the famed Anoa'i wrestling family, Rikishi made his WWE debut in the early 90s under the name Fatu. The mad pair captured the World Tag Team Championship on April 26, 1994, defeating The Quebecers on Monday Night Raw. 9 3 2 116 = 1 (FAV) Instead on his Big Butt Drop Moves 115 - 120 = 0 9 In 1999, Rikishi returned with a new name and a new look that consisted of bleached blonde hair, hip sunglasses and sumo wrestling gear. 7: 71 25: 12 Video: Too Cool (If ya want) 50 (This is the sitdown piledriver finisher he has.