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Fatu as Umaga in 2009.
Ring name(s) Umaga[1]
Ekmo Fatu[2]
O.G. Ekmo[2]
Billed height 6 ft 4 in (1.93 m)[3]
Billed weight 350 lb (160 kg)[3]
Born March 28, 1973(1973-03-28)
San Francisco, California[4]
Died December 4, 2009 (aged 36)[5]
Houston, Texas, United States
Billed from The Isle of Samoa[3]
Trained by Afa Anoa'i[2]
Debut 1995[1]

Edward[6] Smith "Eki"[7] Fatu (March 28, 1973 – December 4, 2009)[2][5] was a Samoan-American professional wrestler better known by his ring name Umaga. He was best known for his time with World Wrestling Entertainment, where he was a two-time Intercontinental Champion.

He was a member of the Anoa'i wrestling family and frequently worked as a part of a tag team – variously named The Island Boyz, the Samoan Gangstas, and 3-Minute Warning – with his cousin Matt Anoa'i. During Fatu's first stint with WWE, he was known as Jamal and Matt was billed as Rosey. In late 2005, Fatu returned to WWE. Repackaged under the ring name "Umaga", Fatu went undefeated for many months on WWE's Raw brand throughout much of 2006, before suffering his first defeat under the Umaga name in January of 2007.

Fatu was born in San Francisco, California, a member of the famous Anoa'i wrestling family. His mother, Vera, was the sister of Afa and Sika of the Wild Samoans, and his later Umaga gimmick would be compared to their "wildness".[8] His two older brothers, Sam (better known as Tonga Kid and Tama) and Solofa Jr. (better known as Rikishi), are also professional wrestlers who have achieved success of their own.[5] Dwayne Johnson, known in wrestling as The Rock, was his cousin.


Professional wrestling career

World Wrestling Entertainment (2002–2003)

Fatu trained to become a professional wrestler at the "Wild Samoan Pro Wrestling Training Center" operated by his Uncles, Afa and Sika. In 1995, with his training complete, he started wrestling for Afa's World Xtreme Wrestling (WXW). The next year, both Fatu and his cousin Matt were brought into the World Wrestling Federation (WWF) to take part in an angle with Solafa Fatu, Jr., Fatu's brother and Matt's cousin, that ended up being quickly dropped.[2] Instead they were sent to the WWF's "farm territory" Heartland Wrestling Association, where they formed a tag team which stayed together through various promotions, including Memphis Championship Wrestling and Frontier Martial-Arts Wrestling, holding championships in both[9][10] under the names Samoan Gangstas and Island Boyz. In 2002 the team was brought back to the (now renamed) World Wrestling Entertainment as 3-Minute Warning, a pair of enforcers for Raw brand General Manager Eric Bischoff.[11] The team lasted just shy of a year, with Jamal being released from his WWE contract in June 2003, reportedly after his involvement in a bar fight.[2][12]

All Japan Pro Wrestling (2003–2004)

Fatu left TNA for All Japan Pro Wrestling, where he used the name Jamaal, the same name he'd used as a member of 3-Minute Warning. He was again used as a part of tag teams, first forming a short lived team with Justin Credible before forming a more permanent team with Taiyō Kea. With Kea he held the AJPW Unified World Tag Team Championship and won the World's Strongest Tag Team League tournament in 2004.[13] The team also wrestled a stint in Hawai'i Championship Wrestling, holding the HCW Kekaulike Heritage Tag Team Championship once.

Return to WWE (2005–2009)

In December 2005, Fatu re-signed with World Wrestling Entertainment.[14] Initial signs pointed to a reunion of 3-Minute Warning, with the former team of Matt Anoa'i (Rosey) and Fatu (Jamal) wrestling in dark matches together before episodes of Raw.[15] However, Rosey was released from WWE before the team could be brought to the main show.[16]

Raw (2006–2007)

Fatu at a WWE Raw house show.

Fatu returned on the April 3, 2006 episode of Raw with a new gimmick similar to that of Kamala and The Headshrinkers.[17] Now called Umaga, the same name of the final and most painful part of the Samoan tattooing process, meaning "the end",[18] he was depicted as a destructive savage who could only be controlled by his manager, Armando Alejandro Estrada.[19][20] The pair started out feuding with Ric Flair, whom Estrada interrupted in the middle of a promo to tell how much of a fan of his he used to be, but that now he was old and needed to retire. It was in offering the fans a new "hero" to watch that he introduced Umaga, who proceeded to beat down Flair.[17] For the next few weeks Umaga participated in squash matches, destroying various jobbers,[21][22] until he dispatched Flair at Backlash at the end of the month.[23]

The summer months saw Umaga winning matches against the majority of the Raw roster, including the likes of Triple H, Shawn Michaels, and John Cena, who at the time was still WWE Champion. His next actual feud started at August's SummerSlam, where he was supposed to be an enforcer on behalf of The McMahons (the heel gimmicks of Vince and Shane) during their match against D-Generation X (Shawn Michaels and Triple H), only to be attacked by then face, Kane as he made his entrance.[24] Kane and Umaga feuded for the next two months until Umaga won a Loser Leaves Raw match, sending Kane off of the brand.[25] After being separated by different brands, Umaga and Kane had one final match at Cyber Sunday where Umaga again defeated Kane after fans selected him over Chris Benoit and The Sandman to be Umaga's opponent for the night.[26]

Umaga at One Night Stand in June 2007 with Vince and Shane McMahon

Umaga, having still not been pinned in the WWE, was then deemed the number one contender for the WWE Championship and placed into a feud with then-champion John Cena over the title. Cena retained his belt at the New Year's Revolution pay-per-view by pinning Umaga with a roll-up, officially ending his streak, which had lasted 34 televised matches and spanned from his re-debut in April 2006 to January 2007.[27] In that time Umaga was never pinned or made to submit on television, although he did lose two matches by disqualification and another went to a double countout.[28] For the rest of the month, Estrada played down Cena's victory, claiming it was a fluke, until a Last Man Standing rematch was signed for the next pay-per-view, the Royal Rumble.[29] On an episode of Raw between the two pay-per-views, Umaga attacked Cena causing a worked injury to his spleen and putting the match in jeopardy.[30] Cena kayfabe refused a medical exam, the results of which could cause him to forfeit his title, and then defeated Umaga by submission, wrapping a loosened ring rope around his neck during an STFU.[31]

Though he was out of the world title picture, Umaga was named Vince McMahon's "representative" for the WrestleMania 23 "Battle of the Billionaires" with Donald Trump. Immediately after choosing Umaga, McMahon "granted" him a match against the Intercontinental Champion, Jeff Hardy, which he won handedly to take the title.[32] After Bobby Lashley was named Trump's representative, the two began a feud which lasted even beyond WrestleMania.[33] Despite Umaga losing in the "Battle of the Billionaires" hair versus hair match and causing Vince McMahon to get his head shaved,[34] the McMahons (Vince and Shane) continued to second him to the ring. Two weeks after WrestleMania, Lashley interfered in a match and helped a planted fan, Santino Marella, defeat Umaga for the Intercontinental title.[35] At the April 29 Backlash event, the team of Umaga, Vince, and Shane McMahon wrestled Bobby Lashley for his ECW World Championship in a Handicap match, winning the title for Vince.[36]

Umaga would continue to be involved with the Lashley/McMahon feud, competing at Judgment Day in the return match for the ECW Championship, which was once again a Handicap Match with the McMahons along with Umaga taking on Bobby Lashley. The feud culminated at One Night Stand, with Umaga aiding The McMahons in defending the ECW Championship against Bobby Lashley in a Street Fight Match, which Umaga and The McMahons lost.

Eddie Fatu and Jeff Hardy signing autographs to US soldiers.

In June, Umaga was re-entered into a feud with Marella, the man who won his Intercontinental Championship earlier in April. When they met at the Vengeance pay-per-view, Umaga was solidly in control of the match, but lost by disqualification when he disregarded the referees instructions and continued to punch Marella.[37] In a rematch on July 2, Umaga beat Marella to win the Intercontinental Title back.[38] Not long after, he seemingly started a face turn, joining forces with John Cena against Carlito and Randy Orton.[39][40] After defeating both Kennedy and Carlito in a triple threat match at SummerSlam to retain his Intercontinental Title,[41] Umaga interrupted a Raw match between Kennedy and a returning Jeff Hardy, assaulting Hardy and leaving him lying in the ring[42] thus turning heel again. One week later, on the September 3 Raw, Umaga lost the Intercontinental title to Hardy in a singles match. Later that night, he teamed with Carlito in a handicap match against Triple H, after which Triple H struck him several times with his signature sledgehammer, injuring him. [43] He was given a match against Triple H at No Mercy, which was changed to a title match for the WWE Championship during the event when Triple H won the title earlier that night. Fatu was defeated by Triple H in their match.[44] At Survivor Series his team of MVP, Mr. Kennedy, Finlay and Big Daddy V lost to Triple H's team.[45] Coming up to WrestleMania XXIV, Fatu started feuding with Batista, but he lost to him at WrestleMania. Upon Jeff Hardy's return, William Regal sent Umaga into the ring to "punish" Jeff, thus reigniting the feud between them. Umaga would go on to face Jeff Hardy at WWE One Night Stand in a Falls Count Anywhere Match, which Umaga lost.

SmackDown and departure (2008–2009)

Fatu on the Hulkmania Tour.

On June 23, 2008, Umaga was drafted from the Raw brand to the SmackDown brand, as a part of the 2008 WWE Draft.[46] After having a short lived rivalry with Mr. Kennedy and The Big Show, Fatu suffered a torn PCL at a SmackDown live event in Johnson City, Tennessee on August 2 during a match with Jeff Hardy.

On the January 30, 2009 episode of SmackDown, Umaga returned to action with his unstoppable persona and won his return match against Jimmy Wang Yang. Umaga then suffered his first defeat since his return by losing to Triple H by disqualification, after Triple H was attacked by The Legacy (Randy Orton, Ted DiBiase, Jr. and Cody Rhodes). After a short hiatus, he returned on the May 1, 2009 episode of SmackDown, attacking CM Punk on multiple occasions, repeatedly interrupting Punk's attempts to cash in his Money in the Bank briefcase.[47] At Judgment Day, Umaga defeated Punk, and on the May 22 episode of SmackDown, he spoke in English for the first time under the Umaga gimmick, when he challenged Punk to a Samoan strap match. At Extreme Rules,where he wrestled his final match in the WWE, Umaga lost to Punk, and Punk cashed in the Money In the Bank later that night to win the World Heavyweight Championship from Jeff Hardy.[48]

On June 8, 2009, Umaga was released from his WWE contract.[49] It was later revealed that this was due to violation of the Wellness Policy; even though this was only his second failure, his refusal to enter rehabilitation led to his premature dismissal.[50]

Personal life

During the weekend of August 30, 2007, articles posted by Sports Illustrated, the New York Daily News, and The Washington Post named Fatu as one of a number of superstars to have purchased pharmaceuticals from an online pharmacy, a violation of the WWE "Talent Wellness" program. Fatu specifically was said to have received somatropin, a growth hormone, between July and December 2006, after the "No drugs from online sources" rule was instituted. Fatu violated this rule again in 2009. Due to his unwillingness to seek rehabilitation, Fatu was released from his WWE contract.[51][52]

On April 27, 2008, Fatu's mother Vera died after a seven-year battle with cancer.[53]


Fatu was pronounced dead around 7:00 PM central time on December 4, 2009 after suffering a second heart attack.[5][54][55] The official cause of death was acute toxicity due to combined effects of hydrocodone, carisoprodol, and diazepam. [56]

In wrestling

Fatu attacking Brian Christopher
Chris Jericho facing Umaga on Raw.
  • Nicknames
    • "The Samoan Typhoon" (AJPW)
    • "The Samoan Wrecking Machine" (WWE)
    • "The Samoan Smashing Machine" (WWE)
    • "The Samoan Bulldozer" (WWE)[58]

Championships and accomplishments

Luchas de Apuestas

Wager Winner Loser Location Date Notes
Vince McMahon's hair/Donald Trump's hair Bobby Lashley with Trump Umaga with McMahon Detroit, Michigan 02007-04-01 April 1, 2007 WrestleMania 23[62]


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Simple English

Eddie Fatu
File:Umaga en
Fatu as Umaga
Ring name(s) Armageddon #1[1]
Ekmo Fatu[2]
O.G. Ekmo[2]
Billed height6 ft 4 in (1.93 m)[3]
Billed weight350 lb (160 kg)[3]
BornMarch 28, 1973
DiedDecember 4, 2009 (aged 36)[4]
Houston, Texas
ResidesSpring, Texas
Billed fromThe Isle of Samoa[3]
Trained byAfa Anoa'i[2]

Edward "Eddie" S. Fatu[2] was a Samoan professional wrestler better known by his ring names Jamal, Ekmo, and most recently as Umaga. He was most recently signed to World Wrestling Entertainment, and was wrestling on the SmackDown brand.

Eddie Fatu died on December 4, 2009 of a heart attack.[5]

Championships and accomplishments


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