Naomi Joins Indie Show, Trains with Former WWE Star

Naomi's indie scene presence fuels comeback speculation.

by Atia Mukhtar
Naomi Joins Indie Show, Trains with Former WWE Star

Former WWE Superstar Trinity Fatu, better known as Naomi, was spotted at tonight's GCW (Game Changer Wrestling) event, sparking curiosity among fans and industry insiders. According to a recent report from Fightful Select, Fatu was seen backstage at the GCW Scene of the Crime event held at the Englewood Neighborhood Center in Orlando, Florida.

Her reason for attending the event remains unknown, with speculations ranging from a casual visit to potential job hunting. Interestingly, this isn't Naomi's first appearance at an indie wrestling event. She also attended the ROH (Ring of Honor) Supercard of Honor during WrestleMania 39 Weekend, as she was in town for the WrestleCon convention and the Wale-Mania event.

While Naomi has confirmed that she is no longer with WWE, her name continues to appear as a member of the official WWE SmackDown roster, adding to the intrigue surrounding her future in the wrestling world. In a related development, Naomi has been training with another former WWE star, Samuray Del Sol, who was known as Kalisto during his time with the company.

She's gearing up for an in-ring return, as she hasn't participated in an official wrestling match since May 15, 2022. Fans have been treated to glimpses of Naomi and Del Sol training together, as shared in clips circulating on social media.

Naomi Stirs Indie Scene Buzz

Naomi's presence at the GCW event and her training sessions with Del Sol has created a buzz in the wrestling community, with many eagerly awaiting her next move.

Her two-time SmackDown Women's Champion background and her athletic, high-energy style have left fans excited about the possibility of seeing her compete in the indie wrestling scene. As we wait for more details to emerge regarding Naomi's plans, it is evident that her talent and passion for the sport remain strong.

Whether she chooses to grace the indie wrestling scene or return to a more prominent platform, one thing is sure: Naomi's fan base will continue supporting her and eagerly anticipate her in-ring comeback.