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WWE Superstar Celebrates Former Colleague’s Championship Victory

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In the world of professional wrestling, it’s not uncommon for athletes to switch between different promotions. One such recent example is Trinity, a former WWE superstar, who made the decision to leave WWE in May 2022.

This decision was validated when she captured the IMPACT Knockouts Championship at the Slammiversary Pay-Per-View (PPV) event on July 15th.

Trinity defeated three-time champion Deonna Purrazzo using her signature Starstruck submission move, marking a significant milestone in her career.

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WWE Superstar Bayley’s Reaction to Trinity’s Victory

The wrestling community is known for its camaraderie, and this was evident when WWE superstar Bayley took to Twitter to celebrate Trinity’s victory.

Bayley, a friend and former colleague of Trinity, quoted a memorable part of Trinity’s WWE theme in her tweet: “Bring it to da floor.”

This reaction shows the mutual respect and support that exists between these athletes, regardless of the promotion they are currently associated with.

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Support from the Wrestling Community

Bayley wasn’t the only one to express support for Trinity’s championship win. Natalya, another WWE superstar, also replied to Bayley’s tweet with a message of support for Trinity, posting three green heart emojis.

This show of support from her former colleagues underscores the strong bonds formed in the wrestling community.

Trinity had previously mentioned that Bayley and Tamina were the two members of the locker room who maintained contact with her and Mercedes Mone after their WWE exit.

This continued connection and support from her former colleagues is a testament to the friendships formed in the wrestling industry.

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