Samu (Samula Anoa'i) and Fatu (Solofa Fatu Jr.) were an American Professional Wrestling Tag Team as The Headshrinkers. They started in the Montreal territory in 1985 before moving to the World Wrestling Council in Puerto Rico. They went from there to World Class Championship Wrestling to WCW to WWE in 1992. They made their PPV debut at AWA SuperClash III in a victory over Michael Hayes and Steve Cox. Samu left in 1994 and was replaced by Sionne, better known as The Barbarian.
- Acrofatic: Two big guys who could fly very well.
- Does Not Like Shoes: The Samu and Fatu version was this, but once Sionne came in, Fatu had to wear boots.
- Finishing Move: Diving headbutt, top rope splash.
- Hard Head: Goes with the territory with this gimmick.
- The Sixth Ranger: The Samoan Savage (Sam "The Tonga Kid"/"Islander Tama" Fatu) replaced Samu in late 1989, with the team being renamed The New Wild Samoans.
- Sionne, in WWE.
- Wild Samoan: You have to ask?
- Wrestling Family: Samu and Fatu are the respective son and nephew of Wild Samoan Afa. Rikishi is the father of The Usos, and it just goes on and on from there.