Oh yes ladies and gentlemen, the Tongan warrior is here! We need you to back this man up, he may not look so big, but he is well renowned for his ferocious demeanour, his tongan death grip and his brutal fights backstage with other wrestlers (Non-kayfabe). Just have a look at this maniac's resume: Lutte Internationale (Montreal) Canadian International Heavyweight Championship (1 time) Canadian International Tag Team Championship (1 time) with Richard Charland NWA Hawaii NWA Hawaii Heavyweight Championship (1 time) NWA Mid-America NWA Six-Man Tag Team Championship (1 time) with Ken Lucas and George Gulas Super World of Sports SWS Tag Team Championship (2 times) with Yoshiaki Yatsu World Championship Wrestling WCW Hardcore Championship (1 time) World League Wrestling WLW Heavyweight Championship (3 times) World Wrestling Council WWC North American Tag Team Championship (1 time) with Gran Apolo WWC Puerto Rico Heavyweight Championship (2 times) WWC World Tag Team Championship (1 time) with Hercules Ayala World Wrestling Federation WWF Tag Team Championship (1 time) with André the Giant Pro Wrestling Illustrated PWI ranked him #330 of the 500 best singles wrestlers of the "PWI Years" in 2003 On top of all that, check this description of him out: Fifita made a name for himself outside the ring as the toughest wrestler of his era and is known for allegedly biting off noses, and knocking people out with one punch, slap, or headbutt. Though he had an easygoing, friendly personality outside of wrestling, he had very little tolerance for people who tested him. Even renowned hardman Bad News Brown said in interviews that Fifita was without a doubt the most vigorous. Bill Goldberg has also called him the toughest man he's been in the ring with. His one time manager, Bobby "The Brain" Heenan said in a shoot interview that Haku was "the toughest man I've ever met in my life." In 1987, Haku had a backstage fight with Jesse Barr (who wrestled at the WWF as Jimmy Jack Funk) which allegedly resulted in Fifita gouging one of Barr's eyeballs out, causing Barr to later wear a glass eye. After this fight, Fifita had a reputation that steered wrestlers away from backstage confrontations. If these are not enough evidence of a man who may not have always been recognised by the big leagues as a top man, then I don't know what is. We have to rally behind and support the former king of the ring, Haku/Meng/Tonga!