WWE filmed documentary about The Samoan Dynasty

According to Afa Anoa'i Jr., WWE filmed a documentary about the Samoan Dynasty at his training facility. They also filmed for an A&E show

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The entire documentary has been filmed. 

Afa Anoa’i Jr. a.k.a. Manu, guest appeared on Busted Open Radio with David LaGreca and Thunder Rosa and revealed that WWE filmed a documentary about The Samoan Dynasty at his training facility. 

He would go on to add that WWE came back to the facility with Mick Foley and Rikishi to record an episode of A&E’s Most Wanted Treasures. They were searching for a robe that Yokozuna wore at WrestleMania. 

I’ve got a lot of exciting news lately. WWE, they’ve been calling a lot lately. We just filmed a whole documentary on The Samoan Dynasty. They came over to my training center and we filmed a lot of it there and what else? The ‘Hidden Treasures’, WWE Hidden Treasures, they came by with Mick Foley and Rikishi. They stopped by pretty recent(ly) at the training center and they filmed. They were looking for Yokozuna’s WrestleMania robe. So it’s like, I guess I’m doing something right. I’m trying to get back on the radar. I’m trying to do the right things and stay hungry and stay humble and just keep it moving but, big things are coming this week on Monday too.

Anoa’i Jr. noted to keep an eye out for Monday which is Raw 30 on 12/23. There is going to be a Bloodline acknowledgement ceremony and both Rikishi and Samu Anoa’i have been confirmed for it.

If the quote in this article is used, please credit Busted Open Radio with an H/T to POST Wrestling for the transcription.

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