“I’ve paid for your grave at Tafa’igata cemetery,” get ready for your funeral

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 “Nakey, keep this in mind, you have eight more days to enjoy,” - Tofa Unasa Tauheia Levaai.

“Nakey, keep this in mind, you have eight more days to enjoy,” - Tofa Unasa Tauheia Levaai.

The heavyweights in the upcoming Fight for Marist are ready for more than just a fight. 

One of them has gone ahead and prepared a grave and a coffin for his opponent, days out from their main event.

In a video posted on Facebook, Tofa Unasa Tauheia Levaai has warned his opponent, Tagaloa Rudy Roebeck to enjoy his last “eight days” of being alive.

 “Nakey, keep this in mind, you have eight more days to enjoy,” he said in the video. 

“What I mean by that is that you have your package ready. I’ve paid for your six foot grave at Tafaigata cemetery.”

Standing next to a hearse he drove in, Tofa tells Tagaloa: “This is your hearse.”

He opens up the boot and he shows a white coffin saying, “your coffin is ready, you can all fit in here.”

Tofa reminds Tagaloa that he is a different fighter than the person he faced the last time he took part in the Fight For Marist.

“This is not Seumanu,” he said, “this is Unasa, the coffin maker, the Undertaker.”

Lastly, he warned Tagaloa to “keep training hard” before he pulled out a box of Vailima Pure. 

“This is my drink, I’m enjoying my Pure.”

 The banter between the two morbidly obese men has been going for a couple of weeks in the lead up next week’s fight.

Last week, Tagaloa posted a video where he called Unasa a “poofter.”

 “You look like a bula,” Tagaloa said. “I see your action, you’re like a poofter. I’ll see you at the ring, I’m gonna knock you out round one. If I love you (I’ll knock you out) round 3.”

The fight is the main event of the Fight for Marist scheduled for 14 February 2018.

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