Former WWE entertainer Matt “Rosey” Anoa’i, a more established sibling to Roman Reigns and child of Sika of the Wild Samoans, has passed on, WWE affirmed. He was 47.
A reason for death has not been discharged, but rather he had been hospitalized in 2014 with heart disease.
Anoa’i was prepared by his uncles and wrestled in various autonomous advancements before marking with WWE in 2002. He was presented as an individual from “3 Minute Warning” with a cousin who took the ring name Jamal as authorities for Eric Bischoff, then the RAW general director.
After Jamal was discharged, Anoa’i wore a superhero cover and collaborated with “Hurricane” Shane Helms and was known as a “Super Hero In Training” amid the Attitude Era. The twosome won the world label group titles. Jamal, whose genuine name is Eddie Fatu, later come back to WWE as Umaga.
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