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Who is Tanga Loa? Newest member of The Bloodline in WWE

Published at :May 5, 2024 at 3:25 PM
Modified at :May 5, 2024 at 3:25 PM
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Tanga Loa is the younger brother of Tama Tonga.

Everyone was shocked when Tanga Loa, the brother of Tama Tonga joined the Bloodline by interfering in the Backlash kickoff match that they were about to lose against Kevin Owens and Randy Orton. But what’s important to note is who he is and why he interfered in the match, let’s have a look at his profile briefly as he has joined one of the most popular Wrestling Show.


Tevita Tu’amoeloa Fetaiakimoeata Fifita, known as Tanga Loa, made his mark in professional wrestling through WWE’s FCW in 2009, later joining the main roster alongside Hunico as Camacho. After departing WWE, he found success in TNA as Micah, winning the 2015 Gut Check, before making a significant impact in NJPW as Tanga Loa, alongside his brother Tama Tonga in the Guerrillas of Destiny faction within Bullet Club.

Their achievements include seven IWGP Tag Team titles and three NEVER Openweight 6-Man Tag Team titles. Additionally, he’s competed in ROH, where they held the tag team titles once. Fifita hails from a prestigious wrestling lineage, being the son of Haku and brother to Tama Tonga and Hikuleo.

Tanga Loa’s Pro Wrestling Career

Tanga Loa, aka Tama Tonga’s brother, has made a significant mark in the professional wrestling world across various promotions. His journey began in WWE from 2009 to 2014, where he underwent several character changes, including the transition from Tonga to Donny Marlow and later adopting the ring name Camacho.

His tenure in WWE’s developmental territories, FCW and later NXT, showcased his skills alongside different partners, notably Hunico.

Following his WWE stint, he ventured into Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA) from 2015 to 2016, adopting the ring name Micah and aligning himself with The Rising stable. During his time in TNA, he competed in various matches and feuds, showcasing his versatility in the ring.

However, it was his return to New Japan Pro-Wrestling (NJPW) in 2016 that truly solidified his wrestling career. Joining the prestigious stable Bullet Club alongside his brother Tama Tonga, he adopted the ring name Tanga Loa and formed the tag team known as Guerrillas of Destiny (G.O.D).

Their reign as IWGP Tag Team Champions and participation in high-profile matches cemented their status as formidable competitors within NJPW.

Re-signing with WWE

In 2024, Tanga Loa made a surprising return to WWE at Backlash France, aligning himself with Solo Sikoa and Tama Tonga to over power the Bloodline faction whose future is unpredictable because of the absence of the Tribal Chief Roman Reigns.

This return marked a significant moment in his career, as he embarked on a new chapter in one of the biggest wrestling promotions in the world, and it will be important to see how the story progresses.

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