Mike Bailey would love to wrestle against or tag with Trinity Fatu, reiterates that she’s one of the most talented wrestlers

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Trinity Fatu and Jonathan Gresham are talents that Speedball would like to tag with. 

One of the newest additions to the IMPACT Wrestling roster is two-time WWE SmackDown Women’s Champion Trinity Fatu. Fatu made her in-ring debut for the company at their television tapings in late April. 

‘Speedball’ Mike Bailey heaped praise onto Fatu in past media appearances and he did so again during his chat with Women’s Wrestling Talk

He would love to either wrestle against or tag with Fatu and reiterated his thought that she is one of the most talented wrestlers in the world. 

So this is a cop-out answer but I’d love to share the ring with Trinity (Fatu), I mean who is making history, just making waves, breaking the internet over and over with every single appearance in IMPACT Wrestling. I have thought for many, many years that Trinity is one of the most talented wrestlers in the world, male or female. There is no one else that moves like she can and so, either against each other or teaming together, I think us teaming together and getting to do the ‘glow kicks’ together would absolutely break the internet and I would love to do that.

Under the IMPACT Wrestling banner, there have been four singles matches between Bailey and Jonathan Gresham. ‘Speedball’ stated that he is not against the idea of going after the IMPACT Tag Titles with Gresham. 

Me and Jon Gresham, we’ve had a bunch of great matches together but we’ve also tagged a bunch. We’ve teamed. We do magic in the ring, even if we’re on the same or opposite sides so I wouldn’t be opposed to going after the Tag Team Championships with Jon at some point. I’m keeping my options open.

Their latest match aired on the May 4th episode of IMPACT on AXS and to get a recap of that show, click here. 

If the quotes in this article are used, please credit Women’s Wrestling Talk with an H/T to POST Wrestling for the transcriptions. 

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