On a recent edition of the “What Do You Call It?” podcast, Impact Wrestling President Scott D’Amore discussed Trinity joining the Anthem-owned promotion, how her Knockouts Title reign embodies what TNA Wrestling stands for, and more.
You can check out some highlights from the podcast below:
On Trinity joining Impact: “Truthfully, we just kind of fell into it. There were informal talks and she was looking to do something. The timing was right. I don’t know if it was necessarily public that she went out and had surgery after the time she had left WWE. She was healthy again, we had a conversation, and what a perfect fit. The fact is, you talk about somebody that embodies what TNA Wrestling stands for. One, she stood up for what she believes. I’m not going to sit here and say the right decision to do is to walk out, but sometimes you have to stand up for what’s right. What’s the saying, if you don’t stand up for something, you fall for everything.”
On Trinity standing up for herself by walking out of WWE: “I think she felt it was important that she do that, and when she was on the market, her coming here, I think it was news breaking because we were able to show, for anybody to say that she could only exist in that machine. When you’re in WWE, the great part is you have such a support system, it’s a machine. She came out and showed she truly is a star on her own. She doesn’t need that machine. She came here and she’s been a great fit. She’s just fit in perfectly with the locker room. She’s a great addition to the Knockouts roster and we’re excited to have her with us and we hope she’s with us for years to come. I think she’s just getting started. She’s growing week after week, month after month, and I don’t think we’ve seen the best of her yet. That’s still to come.”
Trinity defended the Knockouts Championship against Deonna Purrazzo this past month at Impact Wrestling Turning Point 2023.
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Trinity Fatu, also known as Naomi in WWE, has recently joined Impact Wrestling and made a significant impact on the promotion. In a recent interview on the “What Do You Call It?” podcast, Impact Wrestling President Scott D’Amore discussed Trinity’s arrival, her Knockouts Title reign, and her decision to leave WWE.
D’Amore revealed that Trinity’s arrival in Impact Wrestling was a result of informal talks and perfect timing. After Trinity had surgery following her departure from WWE, she was healthy again and looking for a new opportunity. D’Amore saw her as a perfect fit for the promotion, stating that she embodies what TNA Wrestling stands for.
One of the reasons Trinity stood out to D’Amore was her willingness to stand up for what she believes in. While he didn’t necessarily endorse walking out, he acknowledged that sometimes you have to stand up for what’s right. Trinity’s decision to leave WWE and join Impact Wrestling showed that she is a star in her own right and doesn’t need the support system of a big machine like WWE.
Since joining Impact Wrestling, Trinity has seamlessly fit into the locker room and has become a valuable addition to the Knockouts roster. D’Amore believes that she is just getting started and that her best is yet to come. He expressed excitement about having her with the promotion and hopes she stays for years to come.
Trinity recently defended the Knockouts Championship against Deonna Purrazzo at Impact Wrestling Turning Point 2023, showcasing her skills and proving her worth as a top competitor in the division.
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Trinity’s journey from WWE to Impact Wrestling is a testament to her talent and determination. As she continues to grow and evolve in her new promotion, fans can expect to see even more impressive performances from her in the future.