Trinity Fatu Teases Future Project With WWE Names

2 weeks ago by Amanda Savage

Trinity Fatu Teases Future Project With WWE Names WWE

Could we see IMPACT Wrestling’s Trinity (formerly known as Naomi in WWE) teaming back up with some WWE names in the future?

Ahead of the upcoming IMPACT Wrestling pay-per-view, Under Siege, Trinity has shared some fascinating potential future plans with past coworkers!

Speaking to Darren Paltrowitz ahead of IMPACT Wrestling’s pay-per-view, Under Siege, the former Naomi revealed a fascinating project she may circle back to in the future with at least one current WWE name.

Trinity said:

“I’ve been talking to Samantha (Irvin) about working on music with her, and JoJo, we recorded songs together like years ago that we just kind of got away from because of our lifestyle and work and family, all the things that kind of takes you away from it.

“So, we really want to, at some point get back together now that life is in a whole different space to get back on these passion projects and do some fun stuff and give our fans another side of us that we like and that they love to see from us.”

While Trinity may have stepped away from WWE, it doesn’t mean that her career has slowed down at all since bursting back onto the professional wrestling scene as of late.

Trinity will make her post-WWE pay-per-view debut for IMPACT Wrestling at the upcoming pay-per-view, Under Siege live on Friday, May 26, 2023.

It is a massive weekend for professional wrestling as multiple major promotions are set to host special events.

Memorial Day weekend kicks off with Friday’s IMPACT Wrestling pay-per-view, Under Siege.

Saturday May 27 is set to feature WWE’s premium live event live from Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.

WWE’s Night of Champions has already announced a stacked card of matches which you can read more about by clicking this link.

Sunday May 28 is set for not only WWE NXT action but also, another pay-per-view.

This time it is All Elite Wrestling’s turn as AEW Double or Nothing hopes to captivate fans on Sunday, May 28th live on pay-per-view as NXT fans are also set for a big night.

NXT hosts the Sunday premium live event, NXT Battleground on Peacock during the same time period as AEW’s pay-per-view.

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