Arda Ocal (@arda_ocal) and Jimmy Korderas (@jimmykorderas) of #AftermathRadio on thescore.com spoke with former WWE Superstar Tonga Fifita, best known as Haku (WWE) and Meng (WCW): Highlights:
Working these days at a Toyota dealership and how he got connected with them.
Why he decided to retire from professional wrestling.
Being "King" of the WWE in 1988, taking the title as "King" of the WWE from Harley Race at the 1989 Royal Rumble:
Driving the roads with Harley Race.
His reputation of being the toughest man in the locker room.
"(Wrestlers) just wanna throw my name out for the heck of it. I think we were all tough. You had to make the people believe that in wrestling for us to make some money. For us to have all those angles on TV, and to bring them back for all this good stuff. Everybody was tough those days to make money and protect the business."
His storyline with The British Bulldogs, "stealing" Matilda going towards WrestleMania 4 and how that is many fans' most vivid memory of him.
Thoughts on his tag team match at Wrestlemania VI in Toronto, Ontario where he teamed with Andre The Giant against Demolition, why he spent most the time in the match:
An incident with Jimmy Jack Funk in 1987:
Validating pretty much any altercation story you may have heard about him, whether backstage or after hours.
Comparing his time in WWE and WCW and how Meng was more like the real Tonga Fifita.
To listen to the full podcast interview, click on this link: http://podcasts.thescore.com/