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3 wrestlers associated with Roman Reigns who joined Impact Wrestling fka TNA

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Its a well known fact that Roman Rules hails from an unbelievable wrestling genealogy. The Anoa’i genealogical record flaunts remarkable WWE stars like Dwayne ‘The Stone’ Johnson, The Usos, The Wild Samoans, Rikishi, and so on. A few individuals not just had an effect in the wrestling diversion monster yet additionally advocated different advancements.

Established by Jeff and Jerry Jarrett in 2002, Effect Wrestling (fka TNA) was the second-biggest wrestling advancement in the US before the appearance of AEW. A couple of the Anoa’i relatives took to the advancement situated in Nashville, Tennesse after their residency with WWE finished. Roman Rules hasn’t battled on Effect, however that might change from now on.

In this rundown, we will investigate three grapplers connected with Roman Rules who joined Effect Wrestling/Complete Constant Activity Wrestling:

Edward Smith Fatu made his wrestling debut in 2001 in WWE. Upon his untimely exit in June 2003, reportedly due to his contribution to a bar brawl, he appeared in TNA under the ring name of Ekmo Fatu.

Ekmo Fatu’s spat the Nashville-based advancement endured very nearly an entire year. His storyline was for the most part founded on helping Sonny Siaki. The pair won different label group coordinates however were much of the time crushed by different groups, which included CM Troublemaker and Ron Killings.

On August 11, 2004, Ekmo Fatu lost to Alex Shelley in an “Accord vs. Goldilocks Cash” match.
Umaga is the late cousin of Roman Rules. He passed on December 4, 2009, due to an excess. Solo Sikoa, Umaga’s nephew, honors the legend by utilizing his Samoan Spike finisher move.

Like Umaga, Solofa Fatu Jr. had a concise spat TNA after he was delivered by WWE on July 16, 2004. Rikishi was a perceived figure in the wrestling scene and immediately adhered to the top card. Tragically, Effect couldn’t find a sense of peace with his agreement requests.

Solofa made his TNA debut on the September 13, 2007 episode of Impact! under the ring name Junior Fatu. He lost to Christian Enclosure in his most memorable match on September 20. He is the main individual from the Anoa’i family to wrestle in a TNA pay-per-view, a 15-Man Fight Royale at Destined for Magnificence 2007.

Junior Fatu’s last match was during the Battle for the Right Competition, where he crushed Robert Roode in the main round. His agreement issues with the Nashville-based advancement prompted an unexpected exit in October.

Solofa Fatu Jr. is Roman Rules’ most memorable cousin. The 57-year-old is the patriarch of the Fatu family and is the dad of Jey (Joshua Fatu) and Jimmy Uso (Jonathan Fatu). Previous WWE star Umaga was his sibling.

Previous WWE star Trinity Fatu is the most recent endorser of Effect Wrestling. She will utilize her genuine name during this stretch as opposed to her previous in-ring name Naomi. Trinity’s highly anticipated presentation will air on the May 4 episode of Effect!, where she will confront KiLynn Ruler.

Trinity hasn’t wrestled on TV since the May 13 episode of Crude last year. She left WWE close by Sasha Banks (otherwise known as Mercedes Moné in NJPW) because of imaginative disappointment. In any case, there were reports that Naomi nearly marked one more agreement with the Stamford-based advancement.

Naomi turned into a piece of the Anoa’i family after she wedded Jimmy Uso. She is the sister by marriage of Roman Rules. In this way, during her WWE residency, she was frequently estimated to join The Bloodline.

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