Domata Uluaifaasau Peko Sr AKA Domata Peka, who was born on November 27, 1984, is a free-agent nose tackle. He was born in Los Angeles, but he grew up in Pago Pago, American Samoa. He went to Michigan State University for college and played football there. In 2006, the Cincinnati Bengals picked him in the fourth round of the NFL Draft.
Before transferring to Michigan State University, Peko played college football at College of the Canyons. He played for the Spartans, who were led at the time by John L. Smith. When he returned a Chad Henne fumble for a touchdown against Michigan in front of a loud crowd at Spartan Stadium, it was one of the highlights of his career.
People are now interested in his personal life, such as his wife and kids, as well as his work.
Meet Domata Peko’s Wife, Anna Peko
Domata Peko is happily married to Anna Peko. They are lucky to have three children. After the 2013 season, their third son, Samsont Peko, was born. Domata’s Instagram post says that they got married on July 14, 2002. In 2022, they marked 20 years since they got married.
They might have met when Domata went to play at College of the Canyons. He says that Anna is his only love and that he will always be with her. Anna has helped her husband with his job at the Domata Peko Foundation, which helps poor children.
Peko never forgets to thank his wife. On her birthday, the anniversary of the day they got married, and on Valentine’s Day, he always sent her a sweet letter.
Anna’s birthday is June 28 and based on how she looks, she may be between 35 and 37 years old.
Domata asked all of his followers to wish his wife Anna a happy birthday. He also said that he loved and admired the fact that his queen was a great friend.
About Domata Peko’s Professional Career
Peko started playing football at College of the Canyons, but then he moved to Michigan State University. John L. Smith was the coach of the Spartans when he played for them. As a senior, he made 53 stops.
It was one of the most exciting times of his career when he returned a Chad Henne fumble for a touchdown against Michigan in front of a loud crowd at Spartan Stadium. He went to college to study sociology.
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Domata Peko is on Instagram right now as @domatapeko. There, 53.8K people follow him. He wrote in his bio, “Domata Athlete Pro Athlete in NFL @azcardinals @ravens @broncos @bengals @pekocollections” Follow me on @whatnot and come see us at @sunsettrocadero.
Domata’s brother, Tupe Peko, also played in the NFL and went to school at Michigan State. Domata’s cousin Kyle Peko played on the Denver Broncos with him during the 2017 NFL season.
Peko made six tackles on November 26, 2017, before leaving the Broncos’ 21-14 loss to the Oakland Raiders in the fourth quarter with a sprained MCL.