Naomi has established herself as a true veteran in the world of professional wrestling, particularly in WWE’s women’s division. With numerous accolades to her name, including the SmackDown Women’s Championship, she has proved herself time and again as a force to be reckoned with in the ring. However, her fans were left disappointed when she disappeared from WWE in May 2022, alongside fellow wrestler Sasha Banks.
After months of speculation, Naomi finally confirmed that she was no longer part of WWE. While it was a sad moment for her fans, many were happy to see her take control of her own career and move on from Vince McMahon’s company. In the meantime, Naomi has been keeping herself busy, including changing up her look, and fans have been eagerly waiting to see what her next move in the world of professional wrestling would be.
Recently, it seems that Naomi’s new in-ring name may have been revealed. According to a trademark application filed with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), Trinity Fatu, Naomi’s real name, filed for the name “Trinity Starr”. While it has not yet been confirmed if this will be her new in-ring name, fans are excited at the prospect of seeing Naomi back in action with a new persona.
It is worth noting that Naomi is not a stranger to reinventing herself. She has undergone several transformations throughout her career, including changes to her look and persona. Fans have been vocal about their support for Naomi and are eagerly waiting to see what she has in store next. As the wrestling world continues to evolve, it will be interesting to see where Naomi lands next and how she continues to make her mark on the industry.
The application was filed on March 20 2023 and applies to the Primary US classes of “022: Games, Toys and Sporting Good” and “039: Clothing” and the Primary International Class of “025 – Primary Class/(Clothing) Clothing, footwear, headgear.)
It doesn’t, according to the filing, apply to the “entertainment purposes” class that is common with wrestler name filings.
At the time of writing, the USPTO update states “The trademark application has been accepted by the Office (has met the minimum filing requirements) and has not yet been assigned to an examiner.”