The Anoa’i family has produced some of the top superstars in the wrestling business. The family legacy has been carried by legends such as Yokozuna, Rikishi, The Rock and Wild Samoans and passed on graciously to today’s generation namely Roman Reigns and The Usos. Now, another member of the prestigious family, Zilla Fatu has decided to make his first step in the business with a bold prediction coming from his cousins, The Usos regarding his future.

Zilla Fatu is the son of late WWE legend Umaga. Much like his father, uncles and cousins, Zilla also decide to make his career in the wrestling ring. It was recently announced that he would begin his training at Reality of Wrestling school, owned by WWE Hall of Famer Booker T.

Umaga’s son looks forward to carry on the family legacy and recently his cousins, The Usos have made huge proclaimation for the young Uce’s future. The Usos are currently a part of the dominant faction, The Bloodline comprised of their brother Solo Sikoa, Sami Zayn, Paul Heyman and led by the Tribal Chief Roman Reigns. Jimmy and Jey responded to Zilla’s training announcement on Twitter claiming that he would next in line to join The Bloodline in the future.

“He’s up next.”


Zilla Fatu’s father Umaga wrestled in the WWE back in the mid 2000s. He initially debuted under the name ‘Jamal’ alongside Rosey as a part of the ‘3-Minute Warning’ tag team. He was then repackaged as the destructive Umaga, going on to have dominant run and winning various championships in the company until 2009.

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