The Anoa'i Family have for years had a stranglehold on professional wrestling in the United States.
The Samoans formed a 'blood brother' connection with Peter Maivia, grandfather of Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson, and has spawned some extremely talented performers since.
Three-time WWF Tag Team Champions The Wild Samoans, Afa and Sika, the latter who's children include Roman Reigns, were the two who made a name for themselves in the company in the 1980s, and have even been referenced in recent times by Paul Heyman, when Reigns was feuding with Brock Lesnar.
Other members of the Samoan Dynasty include the Usos and their father, Rikishi, the late Yokozuna, Nia Jax, Umaga, the list goes on and on.
There is a theory that if you're part of the 'family', you are guaranteed success in the WWE as Vince McMahon respects them so much.
After all, it would explain the numerous Tag Team titles for The Usos and the constant pushing of Reigns as the number one face of the company.
The Samoan clan in WWE is set to expand though, if reports are to be believed.
As per Ringside News, Pro Wrestling Sheet are reporting that The Rock's daughter, Simone Johnson, has been training at the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Florida at the age of just 17 years of age.
Johnson expressed interest last year in following in her father's footsteps and it seems like she's starting early to chase her dream, with Zelina Vega, now on SmackDown Live, stating on Lillian Garcia's 'Chasing Glory' podcast that the two had become close.
Not everyone's kids are cut out for the business, but it certainly helps if you have some of the skills - Randy Orton has done well for himself, especially after the legendary career his father, Cowboy Bob Orton had.
Time will tell whether or not Simone has what it takes to succeed in the WWE, but with her lineage, it would be foolish to write the daughter of the 'Brahma Bull' off instantly.