|By Daniel Pena | September 10, 2012 | Comments|
Rosita is still listed on the main roster page, although several performers who have parted ways with the organization since May remain listed. This includes Devon, Matt Morgan, Ric Flair, Velvet Sky and Winter.
The 21-year-old wrestler has been without a role since Mexican America quietly dissolved in the spring. Her last television appearance took place five months ago on the April 17 episode of Impact Wrestling. During her absence, she became a certified instructor of Zumba and continued to compete for various independent leagues.
Meanwhile, Rosita, whose real name is Thea Trinidad, recalled her out-of-character interview at last year's No Surrender pay-per-view event remembering her father, who died ten years ago that day in the September 11 attacks.
"Last yrs #NoSurrender PPV INTERVIEW gave u a piece of therealme. My story, my love4wrestling, my drive4 allaroundsuccess lives on thx2my Dad," she tweeted. "I'm so appreciative of the love and support of my family, friends and fans.. You all help fuel my fire. God has blessed me in so many ways."
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