The Samoan Werewolf, Jacob Fatu, has risen to the top of the independent wrestling scene. His growth has led to his emergence as the face of Major League Wrestling.
If his last name is familiar, it should be. He is the son of Sam Fatu, who competed as The Tonga Kid or Fatu during his time in the WWF. And he was trained by his uncle, WWE Hall of Famer, Rikishi
As a talent with less than a decade of in-ring experience, Jacob has built quite a foundation around him.
As one half of The Templars, Fatu made his debut in KnoxX Pro Academy on September 22nd, 2012, alongside Black Pearl, another member of his extended family.
He would compete two more times for KPA before the end of 2012. The following year, he dominated the promotion, winning singles, tag team, and six-man matches.
“To answer that truthfully, where I sit at the table is just playing my position and playing my role at that time.