Leati "Sika" Anoa'i (born April 5 1945 in Leone, American Samoa) is a member of the famous Anoa'i family and is a former professional wrestler. He and his brother Afa are related to heavyweight boxer David Tua.
One of 4 children, Sika moved to the United States when he was 14. His father was a pastor and was transferred to San Francisco. To help feed his family, Sika joined the Merchant Marine. Eventually, he followed Afa's lead and began wrestling professionally.
Sika has two sons, Matt and Joe. Matt is a professional wrestler, who recently wrestled in WWE under the name "Rosey". He currently works out of All Japan Pro Wrestling. Joe played college football for Georgia Tech from 2003-2006.
After losing the title to Garea and Goulet, the Wild Samoans left the WWF to compete in Bill Watts' Mid-South Wrestling. They won the tag team championship three times before leaving the promotion to wrestle in the National Wrestling Alliance's Mid-Atlantic territory. While there, the Wild Samoans defeated the Fabulous Freebirds to win the NWA National Tag Team Championship. Sika and Afa soon left the promotion and vacated the championship.
Following their stint in the NWA, the Wild Samoans returned to the WWF. They won their third and final WWF Tag Team Championship on March 8 1983 by defeating Jules Strongbow and Chief Jay Strongbow. Four days later, Sika sustained an injury during a match. As a result, he was forced to take time off while his nephew Samula Anoa'i helped defend the title in his place. After Afa left the WWF, Sika teamed with Kamala and was managed by King Curtis Iaukea until Mr. Fuji took over management of the team. Sika also headlined a Saturday Night's Main Event on September 23, 1987 against Hulk Hogan. On March 27, 1988 Sika was a part of the battle royal at WrestleMania IV, but he did not win.
Anoa'i also appeared alongside Roddy Piper and other WWF wrestlers in the 1987 film Body Slam. In 1988, Sika teamed up with another relative, Kokina (better known as Yokozuna). The pair wrestled as a tag team in Continental Wrestling Federation and were managed by Alan Martin.
On the March 23, 2007 edition of WWE Friday Night SmackDown, it was announced that Afa and Sika would be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame as part of the Class of 2007. On March 31, 2007, the Wild Samoans were inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame by Afa's son, Samu, and Sika's son, Matt.
Sika and Afa now run The Wild Samoan Training Center, a wrestling school that has produced such alumni as Umaga and Batista. In March 2002, Sika suffered head and facial injuries when a beer truck hit his car near Pensacola, Florida.
In 2002, Sika started up a small indy promotion in Milton, Fl. There, he had former WWE talnet such as, Granmaster Sexay, Rikishi, Jon Heidenrich,& Black Pearl. He also had a few up and coming stars that are rising up in the gulfcoast such as, The Future Legend D.J Pringle, Jerry Reiner, Sirus Lavaye, Brutal Joe Gibson, BTY Colby Godwin, 610 Kid, James Ryker, The Master of Devestation Cameron Frost, Billy Rayz & Scotty Rayz, and Cameron Thomas just to name a few.