Trinity Comments On Her Impact Wrestling Debut, Looks Back On WWE Exit

As noted, Trinity Fatu made her Impact Wrestling debut Friday night in Chicago during their TV tapings. The former WWE Superstar came out to announce that she wanted to win the Knockouts Championship, in which she was confronted by the current champion Deonna Purrazzo. On Saturday, Trinity spoke with the NBC Chicago staff about her Impact debut. 


"Being back in wrestling and being with my pack in a place where I feel so welcome and just for the opportunity and just receiving all the love, it was very, very overwhelming. And I really felt it in my heart like I really did. I couldn't even hide the emotion," Trinity said of her recent Chicago return.

During Saturday night's Spring Slugfest TV taping, Trinity is set to make her Impact in-ring debut against KiLynn King. It will also be her first match in almost a year. Her last match on WWE TV was on the May 13, 2022 edition of "SmackDown," where she and Mercedes Mone (former WWE Superstar Sasha Banks) defended their WWE Women's Tag Team titles against Natalya and Shayna Baszler. 

Trinity also spoke to NBC Chicago about her WWE exit, calling it a "blessing in disguise." She and Mone walked out on WWE during the May 16 episode of "Raw" over creative differences. The former WWE "SmackDown" Women's Champion shared that her leaving, "allowed" her to grow and showed her how strong she really was. Trinity revealed another reason why she picked Impact over other promotions, because of its standing as "one of the premier women's divisions."