Naomi Knight

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Naomi Knight
Naomi Live Event.jpg
Naomi in April 2015
Birth name Trinity McCray
Born (1987-11-30) November 30, 1987 (age 27)[1]
Sanford, Florida, United States[1]
Residence Pensacola, Florida, United States
Spouse(s) Jimmy Uso (m. 2014)
Family Anoaʻi
Professional wrestling career
Ring name(s) Naomi[2]
Naomi Knight[3]
Naomi Night
Trinity McCray
Ms. Florida
Billed height 5 ft 5 in (1.65 m)[4]
Billed from Orlando, Florida[4]
"Planet Funk"
Trained by Florida Championship Wrestling[1]
Debut September 3, 2009[1]

Trinity Fatu (née McCray; born November 30, 1987)[1] is an American dancer, model, singer, and professional wrestler. She is currently signed to WWE, where she performs under the ring name Naomi (shortened from Naomi Knight). In 2010, she was part of the third season of NXT, where she came in second place under the tutelage of Kelly Kelly. In 2012, she joined Cameron in forming The Funkadactyls. She is featured as one of the main cast members of the Total Divas reality television show. She is a member of the Anoaʻi family, a renowned Samoan-American wrestling dynasty, through her marriage to Jonathan Fatu (better known by the ring name Jimmy Uso).

Early life[edit]

McCray was born in Sanford, Florida.[1] She was a cheerleader and dancer for the NBA Orlando Magic basketball team franchise from 2007 to mid-2009. She has also starred as a background dancer for rapper Flo Rida.[4]

Professional wrestling career[edit]

World Wrestling Entertainment / WWE[edit]

Florida Championship Wrestling (2009–2011)[edit]

In August 2009, WWE signed McCray to a contract and she reported to their then-developmental territory, Florida Championship Wrestling (FCW). Naomi made her FCW debut as a fan favorite on the September 3, 2009 episode of FCW TV, as a Lumberjill for the Queen of FCW match between then-reigning queen Angela and Serena Mancini.

Naomi later became a villainess, teaming with Rosa Mendes, Alicia Fox, Maxine, and Courtney Taylor against the likes of Angela, AJ and Aksana. She soon transitioned into a fan favorite again by defeating Maxine and Savannah in tournament qualifying matches to eventually defeat Serena in the finals on June 20, 2010 episode of FCW TV, to become the first ever FCW Divas Champion. Knight went on to retain her FCW Divas Championship by defeating both AJ and Serena in a triple threat match, when Knight pinned Serena. On the FCW's 100th Episode, Naomi fought AJ to a double count-out in a match where both the Queen of FCW title and the FCW Divas Championship were on the line. On the September 2 episode of FCW TV Naomi defeated AJ in a Lumberjill match to end their feud.[5]

On the December 16 episode of FCW TV, Naomi lost her FCW Divas Championship to AJ. On the July 1, 2011 episode of FCW TV, Naomi defeated Audrey Marie. On the July 8 episode of FCW TV, Naomi unsuccessfully challenged Aksana for FCW Divas Championship in a triple-treat match also involving Sonia. On the July 21 episode of FCW TV, Naomi teamed up with Caylee Turner in a winning effort against Audrey Marie and Kaitlyn. On the October 9 episode of FCW TV, Cameron Lynn and Byron Saxton accompanied Naomi to ringside during her match against the debuting Leah West. On the October 23 episode of FCW TV, Naomi teamed with Cameron Lynn teamed up to defeat Caylee Turner and Kaitlyn. On the December 11 episode of FCW TV, Naomi challenged Audrey Marie for the FCW Divas Championship, but was unsuccessful.[6]

NXT (2010–2011)[edit]

On the August 31 episode of NXT, it was announced that Naomi would be part of the all-female third season of NXT, with Kelly Kelly as her pro.[7] Naomi debuted on the September 7 episode of NXT, where she won the "Dance Competition" and "Capture the Flag" contests, and also teamed with her mentor Kelly Kelly to face fellow rookie Diva Maxine and her pro Alicia Fox in winning effort, when Naomi pinned Maxine.[8] On the September 21 episode of NXT, Naomi unsuccessfully competed in the "Talk the Talk" challenge, was won by AJ Lee. Later, she teamed with Kelly Kelly and Jamie Keyes in a winning effort, defeating LayCool (Layla and Michelle McCool) and Kaitlyn with Vickie Guerrero in their corner.[9] On the October 5 episode of NXT, Naomi unsuccessfully competed in the "Mechanical Bull Riding" and "Talent Show" contests.[10] On the October 12 episode of NXT, Naomi and Kelly Kelly were defeated by Alicia Fox with Maxine in her corner, and Naomi unsuccessfully competed in a "Name that Tune" contest, but won the "Power of the Punch" contest.[11] The following week, Naomi won the "Who's That Body" and the limbo contests, although host Matt Striker incorrectly declared Naomi the winner without her successfully completing the round Maxine had failed. However, the rules were stated in the beginning of the challenge that the last Diva left standing would win, leaving the win valid.[12] On the October 26 episode of NXT, Naomi defeated Maxine in a singles match, and unsuccessfully competed in a "Halloween Candy" contest.[13] The following week on November 2, Naomi earned immunity from elimination for having the most challenge wins. Over the following two weeks, Naomi won matches against Aksana and Kaitlyn, as well as the "Diss the Diva" contest. On November 30, in the final episode, Naomi lost to Kaitlyn, placing second in the season.

The Funkadactyls (2012–2014)[edit]

Main article: The Funkadactyls
Naomi in the ring with Brodus Clay, dance partner Cameron, and Hornswoggle during a Smackdown event in April 2012.

On the January 9, 2012 episode of Raw, Naomi made her main roster debut along with Cameron, as The Funkadactyls, the backup dancers and valets for the returning Brodus Clay.[14] Naomi made her WrestleMania debut at WrestleMania XXVIII alongside Cameron during a segment with Clay.[15]

On the TLC pre-show on December 16, Naomi participated in her first televised match by winning a "Santa's Little Helpers" battle royal to earn WWE Divas Championship match against defending champion Eve later that night,[16] which she lost.[17] On the March 15 episode of SmackDown, The Funkadactyls were attacked backstage by the Bella Twins. On the March 22 episode of SmackDown and the March 25 episode of Raw, Naomi and Cameron attacked the Bella Twins.[18] It was announced on March 27 that at WrestleMania 29, The Funkadactyls, Clay and Tensai, collectively known as Tons of Funk, would face Team Rhodes Scholars (Cody Rhodes and Damien Sandow) and the Bella Twins in an eight-person tag team match. However, the match did not happen, as it was revealed that they were cut due to time constraints.[19] The match instead took place the following night on Raw, with The Funkadactyls and Tons of Funk coming out victorious. On the August 26 episode of Raw, Naomi alongside the rest of the Total Divas cast accompanied Natalya and Brie Bella to the ring for their match. After the match, Divas Champion AJ Lee cut a worked shoot promo, where she insulted the cast of the show. On the September 2 episode of Raw, Naomi competed in a triple threat match with Brie Bella and Natalya to determine the number one contender to the WWE Divas Championship, however AJ Lee attacked all three of them, resulting in Stephanie McMahon putting Naomi, Natalya, and Brie Bella in a fatal four-way match to compete for the title at Night of Champions, where AJ was successful in retaining the title. The cast of Total Divas went on to defeat The True Divas (Alicia Fox, Aksana, Divas Champion AJ, Kaitlyn, Rosa Mendes, Tamina Snuka and Summer Rae) in a 7-on-7 elimination tag-team match at the Survivor Series pay-per-view, and in a rematch on the following night on Raw.[20][21]

Naomi in April 2014.

On December 15 at the TLC pay-per-view, Naomi, along with fellow Funkadactyl Cameron and Tensai, abandoned Brodus Clay because of his attitude, effectively disbanding Tons of Funk.[22] The following night on Raw, Naomi and Cameron aligned themselves with R-Truth and Xavier Woods, and subsequently began accompanying them to their matches.[23] In January 2014, Naomi received a push, facing the Divas Champion AJ Lee in various tag team matches, and eventually pinning her on both Raw and SmackDown.[24][25][26] On the February 3 episode of Raw, after Naomi defeated Aksana in a singles match, Alicia Fox attempted attack her but was stopped by Cameron.[27] During the match, Naomi suffered a legitimate displaced fracture of the orbital bone.[28] Naomi returned on the March 17 episode of Raw, donning a diamond studded eye-patch, teaming with Cameron to defeat AJ Lee and her bodyguard Tamina Snuka. On April 6, 2014, at Wrestlemania XXX, Naomi failed to capture the Divas Championship in the "Vickie Guerrero Divas Championship Invitational" match, which was won by defending champion AJ Lee.[29]

On the June 17 episode of Main Event, Naomi defeated the new Divas Champion Paige, while Cameron, who had began showing villainous tendencies, attacked Paige after the match and ended up being beaten down by Paige. Naomi then shook hands with Paige, hinting at dissolution between The Funkadactyls. On the June 23 episode of Raw, Naomi defeated Alicia Fox and shook hands with Paige after the match. On the June 27 episode of SmackDown, after once again losing to Paige, Cameron tried to attack her. Naomi got involved and tried to separate the two, but wound up being shoved into Paige by Cameron. At Money in the Bank, Naomi unsuccessfully challenged Paige for the Divas Championship.[30]

On the July 7 episode of Raw, Cameron and Naomi lost in a tag team match to AJ Lee and Paige. After the match, a brawl ensued between Cameron and Naomi, officially disbanding The Funkadactyls.[31] On the July 8 episode of Main Event, Cameron was scheduled to team with Naomi, Natalya, Eva Marie, Rosa Mendes, and Summer Rae against Nikki Bella in a six–on–one handicap match, but instead showed up only to attack Naomi.[32] On the July 11 episode of SmackDown, during Cameron's match with AJ, Naomi dragged a retreating Cameron back into the ring, allowing AJ to get the win. These events led to a match between Naomi and Cameron on the Battleground pre-show, which Cameron won after she grabbed Naomi's tights.[33] On the July 28 episode of Raw, Naomi defeated Cameron in a tag team match.[34] On August 30, after almost a month of inactivity, Naomi announced on Twitter that she had been out of action following minor surgery on her orbital bone.[35] She returned on the September 1 episode of Raw in a six-woman tag team match, and attacked Cameron afterwards.[36] Naomi then secured victories over Cameron on the September 15 episode of Raw[37] and on the October 9 episode of Superstars.[38] At Survivor Series, Naomi participated in a 4-on-4 elimination tag team match, where she eliminated Cameron before pinning Paige to get the win for her team in a clean sweep, gaining a measure of revenge for her pay-per-view losses against Paige and Cameron from the months prior.[39]

Managing The Usos (2014–2015)[edit]

Naomi making her entrance at WrestleMania 31 in March 2015.

In December, Naomi became involved with The Usos' feud with The Miz, in which Naomi and Jimmy Uso's real-life relationship was openly acknowledged on-screen. Miz began offering to help further Naomi's musical career as well as showing some hints of flirtation, much to Jimmy's dismay.[40][41] On the December 16 episode of Main Event, Naomi appeared on "Miz TV", where Miz managed to get Naomi a WWE Divas Championship match against Nikki Bella later that night on Super SmackDown Live. Miz came out mid-match to support Naomi, but she lost the match after Jimmy accidentally distracted her due to his anger of Miz being present.[42] On the December 29 episode of Raw, Naomi hugged Miz backstage and thanked him for his services, while Miz acted as if he had no expectation that the producer he had hired would help her music career. She later celebrated with her husband and brother-in-law after the Usos won their second WWE Tag Team Championship from Miz and Damien Mizdow.[43] The feud continued with Alicia Fox joining Miz and Mizdow after she attacked Naomi backstage, leading to a series of mixed tag team matches, which Naomi and the Usos lost.[44][45] In February, Naomi and the Usos briefly feuded with Natalya, Tyson Kidd and Cesaro after the Usos lost the Tag Team Championships to Kidd and Cesaro.[46] Naomi accompanied The Usos to their match at WrestleMania 31.[47]

Divas revolution; Team B.A.D. (2015–present)[edit]

Main article: Team B.A.D.
Naomi holding the Divas Championship during a WWE house show in April 2015.

On the March 30 and April 6 episodes of Raw, Naomi secured victories over the WWE Divas Champion Nikki Bella,[48][49] putting Naomi on track to becoming the number one contender for the Divas Championship, however, other Divas requested and were granted a number one contender's battle royal by acting general manager Kane. On the April 13 episode of Raw, Naomi turned heel for the first time in her WWE career by assaulting Paige after she had lastly eliminated Naomi from the battle royal.[50] It was subsequently announced that Paige had been injured at the hands of Naomi, rendering her unable to compete in the storyline.[51] This led to Naomi being granted a championship match against Nikki at Extreme Rules, which she failed to win after interference from Brie Bella.[52][53] On the May 4 episode of Raw, Naomi was scheduled to face Nikki, however, she and the returning Tamina attacked both Nikki and Brie.[54] Naomi and Tamina went on to defeat the Bellas in a tag team match at Payback.[55] The following night on Raw, Naomi received another title match, which she lost after Tamina caused a disqualification. After the match, Paige returned and attacked Naomi, Tamina and Nikki.[56] This prompted a triple threat match between Naomi, Paige and Nikki at Elimination Chamber, however she once again failed to capture the title.[57]

On the July 13 episode of Raw, after weeks of being outnumbered by The Bella Twins and their ally Alicia Fox, Stephanie McMahon called for a "revolution" in the WWE Divas Division and introduced the debuting NXT Women's Champion Sasha Banks as an ally to her and Tamina after bringing in Charlotte and Becky Lynch to ally with Paige, leading to a brawl between the three teams.[58] At Battleground, a triple-threat match took place with Sasha Banks representing Team B.A.D., against Charlotte of Team Paige, and Brie Bella for Team Bella in a losing effort while Charlotte picked up victory.[59] The following night, on the July 20 episode of Raw, Naomi and Sasha Banks were victorious in a tag team match against Paige and Becky Lynch.[60] The three teams would ultimately face off at SummerSlam in a three team elimination match, won by Team PCB.[61]

Other media[edit]

Naomi has played a main role for the reality television show Total Divas produced by WWE and E!. The show began airing in July 2013.[62] In December 2014, she announced that she would not be part of the second half of season three that aired January 2015 to March 2015.[63] On April 1, 2015 a press release stated that she would be returning as a main cast member for season four.[64] However, on September 9, she revealed on her Twitter account that she had been replaced in the cast[65] by Amanda Saccomanno for the upcoming fifth season.[66]

She made her video game debut as a playable character in WWE 2K15. She is also confirmed to appear in the upcoming WWE 2K16.[67] In May 2014, Naomi released a song titled "Dance All Night", and the accompanying music video was released on WWE's YouTube channel.

Personal life[edit]

McCray and longtime boyfriend Jonathan Fatu, best known by his ring name Jimmy Uso, were married in Maui on January 16, 2014.[68] She is the stepmother to Fatu's two children.[69]



Year Title Role Notes
2013–2015 Total Divas Herself Main Cast (Season 1–4): 31 episodes

In wrestling[edit]

Naomi hitting the Rear View on Nikki Bella
Naomi applying the Slay–o–mission (a headscissors crucifix choke) on Cameron
Naomi performing a diving crossbody on Nikki Bella

Championships and accomplishments[edit]


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