Lloyd Anoa'i is a Samoan American professional wrestler and professional wrestling manager who has performed under numerous ring names. He is one of the three sons of professional wrestling patriarch Afa Anoa'i, and a member of the Anoa'i family.
Anoa'i trained under his father and his uncle Sika, making his wrestling debut in 1987. Anoa'i formed a tag team with his brother Samu known as "The Headshrinkers", with Anoa'i wrestling under the ring names "Headshrinker Alofa" and "Headshrinker Ruopa".
In 1993, Anoa'i appeared with the World Wrestling Federation as a (professional wrestling) under the ring name Tahitian Savage. In the mid-1990s, Anoa'i began wrestling for the Puerto Rican World Wrestling Council as "Tahitian Warrior". He formed a tag team with Mohammed Hussein, winning the WWC Tag Team Championship three times in 1994. He held the Championship on a fourth occasion in 2002, teaming with Tahitian Prince as "The Tahitians".
In 1996, Anoa'i appeared with Extreme Championship Wrestling as "L.A. Smooth".In 1998 Anoa'i signed with World Wrestling Entertainment along with cousin Rosey. He went on to wrestle on the American independent circuit, appearing with promotions such as World Xtreme Wrestling. In addition to wrestling, Anoa'i acts as a trainer at his father's "Wild Samoan Training Center".
- Finishing moves
Relatives in wrestling
Championships and accomplishments
- EWA Intercontinental Championship (1 time)
- ISPW Tag Team Champion (1 time) - with Headshrinker Samu
- WXW Tag Team Champion (2 times) - with Matt E. Smalls