Keilani Anoa’I belongs to the famous Anoaʻi family, a family of professional wrestlers from American Samoa. Family members have comprised several tag teams and stables within a variety of promotions. Keilani is the daughter of the two-time world champion, sumo wrestler, Yokozuna.

Keilani Anoai’s Family

Keilani Anoa’I is a descendant of an extensive family of Samoan professional wrestlers, including Dwayne Johnson (aka “The Rock”), Solofa Fatu Jr. (aka “Rikishi”), Afa, Sika, Samu & Matt Anoai (aka “Rosey”).

Agatupu Rodney Anoaʻi, known by the ring name Yokozuna, was born on October 2, 1966, in San Francisco, California, USA. He was the son of Anoa’i Jr (Afoa) & Leatu Anoai. He had a brother Josh and 2 sisters, Venus & Vera. He was the cousin of former WWE superstar Rosey (Matthew Tapunu’u Anoaʻi). The term yokozuna refers to the highest rank in professional sumo wrestling in Japan. Although the “Yokozuna” character was portrayed as a champion sumo wrestler, Anoa’i had never competed as an actual sumotori. His career in professional wrestling began as he grew up in a family full of wrestlers, the Anoaʻi family. His uncles were The Wild Samoans, Afa, and Sika, who trained him from an early age in the family business.

Yokozuna was married to Monica Anoa’i and had two kids: a daughter Keilani Anoa’i, and a son Justin Anoa’i. Yokozuna died from pulmonary edema in his hotel room in Liverpool, England, on October 22, 2000.

Keilani Anoai’s Net Worth

Keilani Anoa’I is a celebrity kid who is known around the world as the daughter of Yokozuna, a professional wrestler. As of now, she is enjoying her lavish childhood with her brother Justin. Her father was best known for his time with the World Wrestling Federation. He had a net worth of $13 million at the time of his death. In the WWF, Yokozuna was a two-time WWF World Heavyweight Champion and two-time WWF Tag Team Champion (with Owen Hart), as well as the winner of the 1993 Royal Rumble. He was the first wrestler of Samoan descent to hold the WWF World Heavyweight Championship, as well as the first Royal Rumble winner who (as a result of a direct stipulation) received a WWF world championship title shot at WrestleMania. He defeated WWE Hall of Famers Bret Hart and Hulk Hogan, in consecutive pay-per-view victories in the main event of WrestleMania IX and the 1993 King of the Ring, to win his two WWF World Heavyweight Championships, and also headlined WrestleMania X against Hart.

Yokozuna was the third-fastest newcomer to win the WWF/E Championship after his debut. PWI ranked him #5 of the 500 best singles wrestlers in the PWI 500 in 1993. On March 31, 2012, he was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame by his cousins, The Usos and Rikishi. The Yokozuna Memorial Show was held in Allentown, Pennsylvania in November 2001, shortly after the first anniversary of his death.

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