The humphead wrasse will not be put on the endangered species act as either threatened or endangered according to the newest information from NOAA. Their review process concluded:
We conclude that the humphead wrasse is not presently in danger of extinction throughout all or a significant portion of its range nor is it likely to become so within the foreseeable future. Accordingly, the humphead wrasse does not meet the definition of a threatened or endangered species and therefore the humphead wrasse does not warrant listing as threatened or endangered at this time. However, it will remain on our Species of Concern list and we will encourage research on the status of the species for use in future status reviews.
The humphead wrasee, the largest member of the family Labridae. Found throughout the Indo-Pacific Ocean, the humphead wrasse is distinguished from other coral reef fishes, including other wrasses, due primarily to its large size along with its fleshy lips in adults, prominent bulbous hump that appears on the forehead in larger adults of both sexes, and intricate markings around the eyes.
via [Federal Register]