AFA ANOA'I JR.
Afa Anoa’I Jr. is a 24 year second generation veteran of the professional wrestling industry. Afa first debuted in 1998 in Austria after being trained by his legendary father, WWE Hall of Famer, Afa of the Wild Samoans. Afa is a member of the world famous Samoan Dynasty which includes his cousins Roman Reigns, The Usos, and Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson.
After spending most his career in Europe and Puerto Rico, Afa was signed to WWE as Manu where formed the stable “The Legacy” alongside Randy Orton, Cody Rhodes, and Ted DiBiase Jr.
Afa remains active in the pro-wrestling world as he trains the future wrestling stars out of his training facility, Battlefield Pro Wrestling Performance Center, in Brodheadsville, PA. He has trained such stars as Jake Hager (FKA Jack Swagger), Kona Reeves, Sean Maluta, Bret Azar – who plays Iron Shiek on NBC’s Young Rock, Hollywood stunt double Linda Simone, and even helped train Dave Bautista with his father.
Afa has won over 30 wrestling championships around the world. Aside from wrestling, Ada also had a starring role in MTV’s One Bad Choice as Frankie, has done stunt double work in films such as 100 Acres of Hell, played football at the University of Connecticut, and won double gold medals in The Arnold Classics.