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Thavana Monalisa Fatu: Background, Career, and More

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Thavana Monalisa Fatu is a model and the daughter of Solofa Fatu Jr.’s daughter. This article will cover details such as her background, career, and more.


While Thavana Monalisa Fatu’s exact date of birth is not made available to the public, we do know that she celebrates her birthday every 12th of June. Thavana is the daughter of Solofa Fatu Jr. (Rikishi) and Talisua Fuavai-Fatu. She has four brothers who are all into professional wrestling: Jey Uso, Jimmy Uso, Solo Sikoa, and Jeremiah Peniata Fatu.


Thavana is a model, unlike her wrestling brothers. Little is known publicly about her modeling career, but it most likely involves print or commercial modeling. In addition to modeling, she also composes songs.

Net Worth


There is no information online regarding her net worth.

Physical Description

Thavana Monalisa Fatu looks a little dark in complexion. Although we do not have details of her exact height, we believe she she is of average height.

Her Father, Solofa Fatu Jr. (Rikishi)

Solofa Fatu Jr., known by his ring names Rikishi and Fatu, is a legend in professional wrestling. Originally from the Anoai family dynasty, Rikishi performed for decades with his signature moves and infectious charisma.

Born in 1965 in San Francisco, Rikishi had an early hard life. Growing up in the Sunnydale Projects he saw the harsh realities of inner-city life. He escaped these difficulties by wrestling on his high school wrestling team. At age 17, Rikishi was shot in the back by a drive-by shooting.

Details about Rikishi’s formal education aren’t public, but his natural athleticism and wrestling background set his future career path in stone. Like his uncles the Wild Samoans, Rikishi trained professionally in wrestling under the watchful eyes of his family members Afa and Sika Anoai.

In 1992 Rikishi joined the World Wrestling Federation, now WWE. First he competed as Fatu – an agile strong man. However, he later became best known as Rikishi, the macho sex slugger who joined a dancing troupe in 1999.

Rikishi won several WWF/WWE championships. He held the Intercontinental Championship once and the World Tag Team Championship twice (with Scotty 2 Hotty and Rico). He made his infectious celebration dance after victories a fan favorite.

But Rikishi was more than that – physical prowess. He had comedic timing that audiences enjoyed. With his silly skits and offbeat dance moves he really made his in-ring persona pop.

Rikishi quit WWE in 2004 over a controversial storyline. He returned to the company for occasional appearances and his sons, the tag team the Usos (Jey and Jimmy Uso) inducted him into The WWE Hall of Fame in 2015.

Rikishi is married to Talisua Fuavai-Fatu and they have 5 children together. His sons – Jey Uso, Jimmy Uso, Solo Sikoa and Jeremiah Peniata Fatu – have all become wrestlers. His daughter Thavana Monalisa Fatu is into modeling.

The man behind the sexy Rikishi is Solofa Fatu Jr. From the streets of San Francisco to WrestleMania, his journey proves the dedication and charisma that have made him a wrestling legend.

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