Trinity Fatu Reveals Former WWE Talent Created Her IMPACT Theme Song

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Trinity Fatu made her IMPACT wrestling debut at the company’s tapings on April 28th.

The star brought the glow to Chicago’s Cicero Stadium with her trademark entrance complete with a new video and theme music.

As it turns out, that music was created by another WWE alumnus, Josiah Williams. Trinity took to social media to thank Williams for the theme and praised him for having a “gift for music”

“I want to give a very special thank you to @JDeanWilliams!

“He’s the brains behind my new entrance music. I simply told him what I felt and wanted and he created exactly that!

“@JDeanWilliams You really have a gift with this music and it was such a pleasure to collaborate on this project with you. I hope it’s not the last thank you for everything.”

Williams replied with his own thanks before hinting that a music video is also in the works

“Trinity!! I’m forever thankful for you. And I’m soooo glad that we could make this happen. But, please know this. From me and from everyone else: YOU DESERVE THIS AND SO MUCH MORE! Now… let’s figure out how to give everyone this music video.”

Josiah Williams first became known to wrestling fans through his ‘Wrestle & Flow’ videos which saw him remix WWE entrance themes. He later joined the company in 2019, working as an on-air host for NXT as well as taking on various backstage duties. Willimas was released from his contract in 2021.

Trinity Fatu has made her intentions in IMPACT known

During her first IMPACT appearance, Trinity made it clear she had come to win the Knockouts Title before being joined by current champion Deonna Purrazzo.

The pair were quickly interrupted by Jordynne Grace who reminded Trinity that she is next in line for a title shot.

Former champion Grace will challenge for the Knockouts Title at Under Siege on May 26th.

At the second night of tapings on April 29th, Trinity made her in-ring debut for the promotion, facing KiLynn King in a match that will air on May 4th.