Naomi (wrestler)

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Naomi
Naomi in 2017
Birth nameTrinity McCray
Born (1987-11-30) November 30, 1987 (age 36)
Sanford, Florida, U.S.
Spouse(s)
(m. 2014)
FamilyAnoaʻi (by marriage)
Professional wrestling career
Ring name(s)Ms. Florida[1]
Naomi[2]
Naomi Knight[3]
Naomi Night[4]
Trinity
Trinity McCray[1]
Billed height5 ft 5 in (165 cm)[5]
Billed from"Planet Funk"
Orlando, Florida[5]
DebutSeptember 2009[3]

Trinity Fatu[6] (née McCray; born November 30, 1987)[7] is an American professional wrestler and dancer. She is currently signed to WWE, where she performs on the SmackDown brand under the ring name Naomi.

In August 2009, Fatu signed with WWE. She was assigned to its former developmental territory, Florida Championship Wrestling (FCW), where she was the inaugural FCW Divas Champion. In August 2010, she competed in the all-female third season of NXT, where she finished in second place. She then made her main roster debut alongside Cameron as The Funkadactyls in January 2012. From 2014 to 2015, she was an on-screen manager for The Usos (Jey Uso and Jimmy Uso). As a solo competitor, Naomi held the SmackDown Women's Championship two times. With Sasha Banks, she obtained the WWE Women's Tag Team Championship in 2022. A month later, Naomi and Banks received indefinite suspensions from WWE after the two walked out due to a creative dispute. In 2023, Fatu stated she had departed the company and later performed as part of Total Nonstop Action (TNA) Wrestling, where she was a former TNA Knockouts World Champion. She returned to WWE in January 2024 at the Royal Rumble event.

Outside of wrestling, Naomi danced for the basketball team the Orlando Magic as well as rapper Flo Rida. She appeared as one of the main cast members of WWE's reality television series Total Divas from 2013 to 2019 and acted in the 2017 film The Marine 5: Battleground.

Early life[edit]

Trinity McCray[8] was born in Sanford, Florida.[9] She graduated from Oviedo High School.[3] Before starting a career in wrestling, she was one of the dancers for the basketball team the Orlando Magic. She also starred as a background dancer for rapper Flo Rida.[5]

Professional wrestling career[edit]

World Wrestling Entertainment/WWE (2009-2022)[edit]

Developmental territories (2009–2011)[edit]

In August 2009, McCray signed a contract with WWE, where she reported to their then-developmental territory Florida Championship Wrestling (FCW).[10] On June 20, 2010, Naomi defeated Serena Deeb on FCW TV to become the inaugural FCW Divas Champion.[11] On the August 29 episode of FCW TV, Naomi competed in a match against AJ Lee, where both the Queen of FCW title and the FCW Divas Championship were on the line, which ended in a double count-out.[12] Naomi joined the all-female third season[broken anchor] of NXT in 2010, with Kelly Kelly as her pro.[13] Naomi debuted on the September 7 episode of NXT, where she teamed with Kelly to defeat Alicia Fox and fellow rookie Maxine after Naomi pinned Maxine.[14] On the September 21 episode of NXT, she teamed with Kelly and Jamie Keyes, defeating Layla, Michelle McCool, and Kaitlyn.[15] On the October 26 episode of NXT, Naomi defeated Maxine in a singles match.[16] On November 30, Naomi lost the competition to Kaitlyn, placing second in the season.[17] On the January 23, 2011, Naomi lost the championship to Lee on FCW TV.[18]

The Funkadactyls (2012–2014)[edit]

Naomi (left) at the ring along Brodus Clay, dance partner Cameron, and Hornswoggle (front) in April 2012

On January 9, 2012, Naomi made her main roster debut on Raw alongside Cameron as valets for Brodus Clay, with the duo dubbed The Funkadactyls.[19] On the TLC pre-show on December 16, Naomi scored a victory in a Santa's Little Helpers battle royal, earning a match against Divas Champion Eve Torres later that night, where she lost.[20][21] On the March 15, 2013, episode of SmackDown, The Funkadactyls were attacked backstage by The Bella Twins.[22] The Funkadactyls, Clay, and Tensai, collectively known as Tons of Funk, were originally set to face Team Rhodes Scholars (Cody Rhodes and Damien Sandow) and the Bella Twins in an eight-person mixed tag team match at WrestleMania 29, but after the match was cut due to time constraints, it instead took place the following night on Raw, with Tons of Funk coming out victorious.[23]

On the August 26 episode of Raw, Naomi was ringside for a match between Natalya and Brie Bella alongside the cast of Total Divas, also including Cameron, Nikki Bella, Eva Marie, and JoJo Offerman, which ended with Divas Champion AJ Lee coming out and cutting a worked shoot promo directed at the women.[24] On the September 15, Naomi competed against Natalya, Brie Bella, and Lee in a fatal four-way match for the Divas Championship at Night of Champions, where Lee retained the title.[25] The cast of Total Divas went on to defeat Lee, Alicia Fox, Aksana, Kaitlyn, Rosa Mendes, Tamina Snuka, and Summer Rae in a traditional elimination tag team match at Survivor Series.[26] On December 15 at TLC: Tables, Ladders & Chairs, Naomi, Cameron and Tensai abandoned Clay due to his attitude.[27]

In February 2014, Naomi suffered a legitimate displaced fracture of the orbital bone during a match against Aksana on Raw.[28][29] She returned on the March 17 episode of Raw, teaming with Cameron to defeat Lee and Snuka in a tag team match.[30] On April 6 at WrestleMania XXX, Naomi competed in the Vickie Guerrero Invitational match for the Lee's Divas Championship, where Lee successfully retained her title.[31] At Money in the Bank, Naomi lost to the new Divas Champion Paige in a title match.[32] On the July 7 episode of Raw, Naomi and Cameron lost to Lee and Paige in a tag team match, which caused a brawl to ensue between Cameron and Naomi.[33] Naomi and Cameron faced off on the Battleground pre-show, during which the former lost.[34] Naomi went on to secure a victory over Cameron on the September 15 episode of Raw.[35] At Survivor Series, Naomi participated in a traditional elimination tag team match, where she eliminated Cameron and eventually Paige to get the win for her team in a clean sweep.[36]

Divas Revolution (2014–2016)[edit]

In December 2014, Naomi became involved with The Usos' feud with The Miz, which involved The Miz offering to help further Naomi's musical career, much to her husband Jimmy Uso's dismay.[37][38] On the December 16 episode of Super SmackDown, Naomi competed against Nikki Bella for the Divas Championship, where she lost the match after Jimmy Uso caused a distraction due to his anger of The Miz being present.[39] After Alicia Fox joined The Miz and Mizdow, Naomi and the Usos competed against the three in a series of mixed tag team matches, where Naomi's team repeatedly lost.[40][41] On March 29, she accompanied The Usos during their match on the WrestleMania 31 pre-show, in which they unsuccessfully challenged Kidd and Cesaro for the WWE Tag Team Championship.[42]

On the April 13 episode of Raw, Naomi unsuccessfully competed in a battle royal to determine the number one contender to the Divas Championship.[43] After the bout, Naomi attacked Paige for eliminating her to ultimately win the match, turning heel.[44] As Paige had been injured by the attack,[45] Naomi was granted a match against Bella for the title at Extreme Rules,[46] where she failed to win after interference from Brie Bella.[47] In May, Naomi attacked The Bella Twins alongside the returning Tamina.[48] The duo went on to compete in a tag team match against The Bella Twins at Payback, during which Naomi and Tamina won.[49] On the May 18 episode of Raw, Naomi competed in another championship match against Nikki Bella, where Bella retained the title after Tamina caused a disqualification, and was subsequently followed by Paige’s return.[50] Naomi then competed in a triple threat match against Paige and Nikki Bella at Elimination Chamber, however once again she failed to capture the title.[51]

Naomi (front center) alongside fellow Team B.A.D. & Blonde members at WrestleMania 32 event in April 2016

On the July 13 episode of Raw, after weeks of the Divas division being dominated by The Bella Twins and their ally Alicia Fox, Stephanie McMahon called for a "Divas Revolution", subsequently introducing the debuting NXT Women's Champion Sasha Banks to align with Naomi and Tamina, dubbed Team B.A.D., as well as Charlotte Flair and Becky Lynch to align with Paige, leading to a brawl between the three teams.[52][53][54] The three teams faced off in a three team elimination match on August 23 at SummerSlam, which was won by Team PCB.[55] At the 2015 Tribute to the Troops in December, Team B.A.D. and Paige defeated Brie Bella, Charlotte, Fox, and Lynch in an eight-woman tag team match.[56] On the February 1, 2016, episode of Raw, Banks left the team, which caused Naomi and Tamina to attack her.[57] Naomi and Tamina later lost to Banks and Lynch in a tag team match at Fastlane.[58] On the WrestleMania 32 pre-show, Naomi and Tamina teamed up with Lana, Emma, and Summer Rae in a 10-Diva tag team match against Brie Bella, Paige, Fox, Eva Marie, and Natalya, where Naomi's team was defeated.[59] In early May, Naomi became inactive due to a torn ankle tendon.[60]

SmackDown Women's Champion (2016–2017)[edit]

Naomi was drafted to the SmackDown brand on July 19 as part of the 2016 WWE draft.[61] She then debuted a new gimmick, which included a new look and entrance, dubbed "The Glow", and became a face once again.[62][63] On August 21 at SummerSlam, Naomi competed in a six-woman tag team match alongside Becky Lynch and Carmella against Natalya, Alexa Bliss, and Nikki Bella, where Naomi's team was defeated after Bella pinned Carmella.[64] On September 11 at Backlash, Naomi competed in a six-pack elimination challenge to determine the inaugural SmackDown Women's Champion, where she would eliminate Bliss before being eliminated herself by Natalya.[65] On November 20, Naomi competed as part of the SmackDown women's team against the Raw women's team at the Survivor Series pay-per-view, where her team lost.[66]

After two months of inactivity, Naomi returned on the January 24, 2017, episode of SmackDown, in a confrontation against SmackDown Women's Champion Bliss.[67] On February 12, Naomi defeated Bliss at Elimination Chamber, becoming the SmackDown Women's Champion for the first time in her career, as well as the first African-American woman to capture the title.[68][6] The following Tuesday, she relinquished the title due to a legitimate injury she sustained during the title match.[69][70] On April 2, Naomi made her in-ring return in a six-pack challenge in her hometown of Orlando at WrestleMania 33, where she made Bliss submit, successfully regaining the SmackDown Women's Championship.[71][72] Two days later, she defeated Bliss in a rematch to retain the championship.[73]

On June 18, Naomi defeated Lana to retain the SmackDown Women's Championship at Money in the Bank.[74] She then went on to retain the title over Lana two more times on the June 27 and July 4 episodes of SmackDown, the latter of which involved a seven-second submission victory.[75][76] In July, Naomi debuted a customized title belt with LED lights of various colors.[77][76][78] On August 20 at SummerSlam, Naomi dropped the SmackDown Women's Championship to Natalya, ending her reign at 140 days.[79][80] On November 19 at Survivor Series, Naomi competed in a five-on-five elimination tag team match, where she eliminated Raw team captain Alicia Fox, before being eliminated herself by Sasha Banks, with her team ultimately losing the match.[81]

Various storylines and departure (2018–2022)[edit]

On January 28, 2018, Naomi competed in the inaugural women's Royal Rumble match at the namesake pay-per-view, entering at number 20 and lasting 06:49 before she was eliminated by Nia Jax.[82] On the WrestleMania 34 kick-off show, Naomi went on to win the inaugural WrestleMania Women's Battle Royal by eliminating Bayley.[83] In June, Naomi competed in her first Money in the Bank ladder match at the namesake pay-per-view, won by Alexa Bliss.[84] On October 28, she took part in the first all-women's pay-per-view, Evolution, competing in a women's battle royal match, which was won by Jax.[85] In November at Survivor Series, she competed in a traditional elimination tag team match as part of Team SmackDown, where she was the first woman eliminated from the match by Tamina.[86]

Naomi then entered a feud with Mandy Rose after Rose started flirting with Naomi's real-life husband, Jimmy Uso, to "ruin Naomi's life", which involved Rose hinting at kissing Uso as well as Naomi attacking Rose in a hotel room to which Rose invited Uso.[87][88] At Royal Rumble on January 27, 2019, Naomi and Rose eliminated each other during the women's Royal Rumble match.[89] The two exchanged victories over each other in February.[90][91] That same month, Naomi teamed up with Carmella in a six-team Elimination Chamber match for the inaugural WWE Women's Tag Team Championship at the namesake pay-per-view, where they were the first team eliminated.[92] During the 2019 WWE Superstar Shake-up on April 15, Naomi was drafted to the Raw brand.[93] She unsuccessfully competed in the women's Money in the Bank ladder match at the namesake pay-per-view the following month.[94]

At Royal Rumble on January 26, 2020, Naomi returned from a hiatus by entering the Royal Rumble match at number 18, lasting 22 minutes before being eliminated by Shayna Baszler.[95] She later attributed her time away to health issues and a relative's death.[96] The following month, Naomi lost to Bayley in a match for the SmackDown Women's Championship at Super Showdown.[97] In April at WrestleMania 36, Naomi competed in a five-way elimination match for the same title, during which she was eliminated by Sasha Banks.[98] In September, she underwent surgery to remove a fibroid.[99]

As part of the 2020 WWE Draft in October, Naomi was drafted back to the Raw brand.[100] She returned at Royal Rumble in January 2021 during the 30-woman Royal Rumble match, entering at number 2, where she was eliminated by Shayna Baszler and Nia Jax.[101] She teamed with Lana to compete in a tag team turmoil match during the first night of WrestleMania 37 to determine the No. 1 contenders for the Women's Tag Team Championship, where the duo was defeated.[102] In August 2021, Naomi became part of the SmackDown roster.[103] She subsequently began a feud with Sonya Deville, who was an authority figure. The feud developed due to Naomi's persistence in asking for matches, irritating Deville.[104] Naomi and Deville eliminated each other from the Royal Rumble match at the namesake event in January 2022.[105] Naomi teamed up with Ronda Rousey to defeat Deville and Charlotte Flair at Elimination Chamber the next month.[106]

On the second night of WrestleMania 38, Naomi teamed with Sasha Banks to compete in a four-way tag team match for the WWE Women's Tag Team Championship, in which they defeated the respective teams of Liv Morgan and Rhea Ripley, Natalya and Shayna Baszler, and titleholders Carmella and Queen Zelina to become the new WWE Women's Tag Team Champions.[107] During the May 16 episode of Raw, Naomi and Banks legitimately walked out of the show's venue over a creative dispute after a meeting with CEO Vince McMahon.[108] This caused a change to the show's main event that originally involved both women.[108] Naomi and Banks consequently received indefinite suspensions, and the title was vacated.[109] In March 2023, Naomi stated she was no longer with WWE.[110]

Impact Wrestling / Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (2023–2024)[edit]

On April 28, 2023, Fatu made her Impact Wrestling debut during the tapings of Impact!, which aired on tape delay on May 4, under the ring name Trinity.[111][112] She appeared during a confrontation involving herself, Impact Knockouts World Champion Deonna Purrazzo, and Jordynne Grace, during which she proclaimed her intention to win the title.[112] On May 26 at Under Siege, Trinity competed in her first pay-per-view match since WrestleMania 38,[113] defeating Gisele Shaw.[114]

At Slammiversary in July 15, Trinity defeated Purrazzo via submission to win the Impact Knockouts World Championship for the first time in her career.[115] On August 27, during the main event of Emergence, Trinity had her first successful title defense by defeating Purrazzo.[116] at Victory Road, Trinity successfully defended her title against Alisha Edwards. On October 21, at Bound for Glory, Trinity successfully defended her title against Mickie James, in what Trinity described as one of her all-time favorite moments in her career.[117] On October 27, at Turning Point, Trinity successfully defended her title against Deonna Purrazzo in a Last Chance match. On December 9, at Final Resolution, Trinity and Jordynne Grace defeated Deonna Purrazzo and Gisele Shaw. Following Bound for Glory, it was announced that Impact Wrestling would be rebranding back to Total Nonstop Action (TNA) Wrestling in 2024, therefore the title would become the TNA Knockouts World Championship.[118] After winning the Call Your Shot Gauntlet match, it was announced that Grace would challenge Trinity for the title. On January 13, 2024, at Hard To Kill, Trinity lost the TNA Knockouts World Championship to Grace, thus ending her reign at 182 days.[119] On the January 25 episode of TNA Impact!, Trinity was unsuccessful in regaining the title in a rematch against Grace.[120] Her last match with TNA was a pre-taped match that aired on the February 8 episode of Impact where she tagged with Grace to defeat Gisele Shaw and Savannah Evans.[121]

Return to WWE (2024–present)[edit]

On January 27, 2024, at the Royal Rumble pay-per-view, Fatu, once again performing as Naomi, made her return to WWE marking her first appearance within the company in nearly two years as a surprise entrant in the women's Royal Rumble match. Naomi entered the match at number 2 and lasted one hour and two minutes before being eliminated by Jade Cargill.[122] On February 2, Naomi was officially assigned to SmackDown.[123] Two weeks later Naomi had her first singles match back in WWE defeating Alba Fyre to qualify for the women’s Elimination Chamber match.[124] On February 24, at Elimination Chamber: Perth, Naomi was unsuccessful in the match, being eliminated by Tiffany Stratton.[125] On Night 1 of WrestleMania XL, Naomi teamed with Cargill and Bianca Belair where they defeated Damage CTRL in a six-woman tag team match. [126] After defeating Stratton to become number one contender, Naomi faced Bayley for the WWE Women’s Championship on the April 19 episode of Smackdown where Stratton interfered and caused a disqualification.[127] This led to a triple threat match for the title at Backlash: France where Naomi was unsuccessful.[128][129] On the June 28 episode of SmackDown, Naomi defeated Blair Davenport and Indi Hartwell to qualify for the women’s Money in the Bank ladder match, though she was unsuccessful at the namesake event.[130][131]

Other media[edit]

She made her in-game debut in WWE '13 as a non-player character along with her then-tag team partner Cameron, appearing during Brodus Clay's entrance and winning celebration, as well as in WWE 2K14. She later appeared as a playable character in WWE 2K15, WWE 2K16, WWE 2K17, WWE 2K18, WWE 2K19, WWE 2K20, WWE 2K Battlegrounds and WWE 2K22.[132][133]

Fatu was part of the main cast of the reality television series Total Divas, produced by WWE and E!, which premiered in July 2013.[134] Fatu was not part of the second half of season three that aired January 2015 to March 2015 but returned as a main cast member for season four.[135][136] She did not appear during the show's fifth season but once again returned as a main cast member for the sixth season.[137][138] She then remained on the cast until the ninth and final season.[139]

In May 2014, she released her first single song, entitled "Dance All Night". The accompanying music video was released on WWE's YouTube channel.[140]

In 2017, she starred in the WWE Studios film The Marine 5: Battleground, playing the role of a gang member named Murphy.[141]

Fatu modeled as part of New York Fashion Week alongside Mercedes Varnado in September 2022.[142]

Personal life[edit]

Trinity and longtime boyfriend Jonathan Fatu, better known by the ring name Jimmy Uso, were married in Maui on January 16, 2014.[143] Through their marriage, she is a member of the Anoaʻi family, a Samoan-American wrestling dynasty.[144] The couple resides in Pensacola, Florida.[145] She is the stepmother to Fatu's two children.[146]

Filmography[edit]

Film
Year Title Role Notes
2017 The Marine 5: Battleground Murphy
Television
Year Title Role Notes
2013–2019 Total Divas Herself Main cast (seasons 1–4, 6–9)
Guest (season 5)
2015 WWE Tough Enough Herself Guest (season 6)
2018 Ridiculousness Herself Season 11, episode 25
2019 The Misery Index Herself Season 1, episode 1[147]

Championships and accomplishments[edit]

Naomi is a two-time SmackDown Women's Champion...
...and the 2018's WrestleMania Women's Battle Royal winner.

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