Trinity has seemingly wrestled her final match for TNA Wrestling.
Tagging with Jordynne Grace, who toppled her for the Knockouts World Championship at Hard To Kill, the former Naomi wrestled Gisele Shaw and Savannah Evans during the company’s latest set of television tapings on Friday, January 19. The match will air on a future TNA iMPACT! broadcast, though Trinity will first invoke her rematch clause against Jordynne on the upcoming episode, airing Thursday, January 25.
Taking to the live crowd following the tag team match, Trinity described her nine-month TNA tenure as having been “life-changing” (H/T Fightful):
"Coming to TNA has been life-changing for me, both inside and outside the ring. I feel honoured to work with such a strong division, an incredible group of women. What a champion we have here. Whenever y’all think of TNA, I want y’all to think of me, Trin-TNA. Thank you for coming out, we love you."
Details of Trinity’s future in pro wrestling have been a hot topic of wrestling discourse throughout January, with both Fightful and PWInsider having reported that she’s due back in WWE, perhaps as soon as January 27’s Royal Rumble match. She had previously walked out on WWE, alongside Sasha Banks, in May 2022, feeling disrespected by the promotion. All prior attempts at bringing the duo back ultimately fell through.
Trinity had first debuted with TNA last April, quickly becoming a legitimate draw for the Knockouts division. A 182-day reign as Knockouts World Champion dominated her time there, having first dethroned Deonna Purrazzo at Slammiversary.