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What happened to Rikishi the wrestler?

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As of 2014, the 400-pound-plus Samoan giant Rikishi still makes rare appearances in the ring. The former champion first appeared in the early 1990s as "Fatu," when he burst onto the WWE scene. He now resides in Poinciana, Fla.

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Along with his cousin, Samu, Rikishi formed "The Headshrinkers." Together they made headlines as World Tag Team Champions in 1994 until Rikishi left WWE in 1997 after his success faded. He returned to the ring in 1999 with bleached-blond hair, then made headlines alongside Grand Master Sexay and Scotty 2 Hottty, later capturing the WWE Tag Team Championship in 2004. He then left WWE but still makes occasional guest appearances.

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