September 18, 2021


Trinity Fatu is a 33-year-old professional wrestler from Sanford, Florida. She wrestles for the WWE and performs on RAW under the ring name, Naomi.

Fatu started her wrestling career in 2009 when she signed a developmental contract with the WWE. She started wrestling for the company’s then developmental brand Florida Championship Wrestling (FCW). Fatu then made her FCW debut in a mixed tag team match with Alex Riley losing to AJ Lee and Brett DiBiase in October 2009 and in June 2010, she defeated Serena Deeb to become the inaugural FCW Divas Champion. She lost the title in January 2011 to Lee on FCW TV.

Naomi’s Main Roster Debut

In January 2012, Fatu made her main roster debut alongside Cameron as the valets and dancers for Brodus Clay. She was also given the ring name, Naomi, and with Cameron, they formed the duo dubbed The Funkadactyls. In December 2012, she won the Santa’s Little Helpers battle royal that earned herself a title match against Divas Champion, Eve Torres later that night, where she lost.

Throughout 2012 and 2013, Naomi feuded with various wrestlers including the Bella Twins, AJ Lee, Natalya and at the TLC pay-per-view event, Naomi, Cameron and Tensai abandoned Brodus Clay. In February 2014, she suffered a displaced fracture of the orbital bone in a match against Aksana on RAW. She was out of action for a month but returned in March and teamed with Cameron to defeat Lee and Snuka in a tag team match. At WrestleMania XXX, she competed in the Vickie Guerrero Invitational match for Lee’s Divas Championship, but failed to win.

In December 2014, Naomi competed against Nikki Bella for the Divas Championship but was unsuccessful. Naomi challenged Bella in several rematches but was unsuccessful in winning the Divas Championship and the Bella twins continued to dominate the division.

Naomi Joins Team B.A.D.

In July 2015, Stephanie McMahon called for a “Divas Revolution” and introduced the Women’s NXT Champion Sasha Banks who would align with Naomi and Tamina. Together, the trio formed Team B.A.D. and competed against Charlotte Flair, Paige and Becky Lynch but were defeated by Team PCB. At WrestleMania 32, 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. Naomi’s team lost the match and in May, she left in-ring action due to a torn ankle tendon.

Naomi returned to SmackDown on July 19, 2016, where she debuted a new style, entrance and theme. In September, she competed in a six-pack elimination challenge at Backlash to determine the inaugural WWE SmackDown Women’s Champion. She eliminated Alexa Bliss but was eliminated by Natalya.

Naomi Wins SmackDown Women’s Championship

In 2017, Naomi won her first Women’s Championship at Elimination Chamber defeating Alexa Bliss for the SmackDown Women’s Championship and won it a second time at WrestleMania 33. At SummerSlam 2017, she lost the SmackDown Women’s Championship to Natalya, ending her reign at 140 days.

Naomi performed on SmackDown until 2019 when she was drafted to Monday Night RAW. Later in 2019, she was drafted back to SmackDown and on January 26, 2020, Naomi returned from a hiatus by entering the third Women’s Royal Rumble as entrant #18. In April at WrestleMania 36, Naomi competed in a five-way elimination match for the SmackDown Women’s Championship but was eliminated by Sasha Banks.

At the 2020 WWE Draft in October, Naomi was drafted to RAW.



Birth name: Trinity Fatu
Born: November 30, 1987, Sanford, Florida, USA
Height: 5 ft 5 in (165 cm)
Weight: 125 lb (57 kg)
Spouse: Jonathan Fatu (Jimmy Uso)
Ring Names: Ms. Florida, Naomi, Naomi Knight, Naomi Night, Trinity McCray, Trinity
Current Roster: WWE RAW
Finishing Move(s): Rear View

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Career Championships and Accomplishments

  • Florida Championship Wrestling
    • FCW Divas Championship (1 time)
    • FCW Divas Championship Tournament (2010)
  • World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE)
    • WWE SmackDown Women’s Championship (2 times)
    • WrestleMania Women’s Battle Royal (2018)
    • Slammy Award for Best Dance Moves of the Year (2013)
    • WWE Year-End Award for Most Underrated Superstar of the Year (2018)