King Haku

Few names throughout wrestling history have been more synonymous with intimidation, toughness and fear than King Haku. Hailing from the island of Tonga in the South Pacific, his ruthless intensity and brutal tactics made him a force in both WWF (now the WWE) and WCW in the 1980s and ’90s.

Also known as Meng — the mysterious and powerful bodyguard for Col. Rob Parker; Haku became of the most respected and feared competitors in the world both in and out of the ring by combining extraordinary strength with a ruthless reputation for being, perhaps, the toughest man to ever step in a wrestling ring. Just the mention of his name would send chills running up the spine of his foes, and some of his friends, too.

Haku now serves as an ambassador for wrestling all over the world and sits at the top of the world renowned Bullet Club overseeing talent development and operations along with his son, Tama Tonga.