Zelina Vega Bio, Age, Net Worth, Height, Husband, Career, Championship

Zelina Vega Biography

Zelina Vega real name is Thea Megan Trinidad. She is an American professional wrestler, professional wrestling manager and actress currently signed to WWE.
On the SmackDown brand, she performs under the ring name Zelina Vega. Previously she worked in Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA) as Rosita. She also has worked for various independent promotions under her real name. She was a one-time Knockouts Tag Team Champion with Sarita in TNA.

Zelina Vega Age

Born on December 27, 1990, Zelina is 28 years as of 2018.

Zelina Vega Net Worth

Zelina Vega has a net worth of approximately about $2 million.

Zelina Vega Height

Zelina Vega stands at a height of 1.51 m.

Zelina Vega Husband

In 2018, Trinidad married fellow professional wrestler Aleister Black. The two reside in Tampa, Florida.
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Zelina Vega Career

Early career
At the age of 17, Trinidad began training under Javi-Air, Azrieal, and T.J. Perkins. Trinidad made her professional wrestling debut under the ring name Divina Fly for National Wrestling Superstars (NWS). It was on February 20, 2010, in Bloomfield, New Jersey. She competed against Brittney Savage in a losing effort. On 21st August NWS event, Fly competed against Niya in a losing effort. On October 1 at an NWS event, Trinidad, now under the ring name Snookie Fly, teamed up with Judas Young and Mike Dennis.
However it was in a losing effort to Brittney Savage and Team Supreme in a mixed-tag-team match. On 20th February, 2010, she made her debut for Women Superstars Uncensored (WSU). She had the ring name Divina Fly in a losing effort against Brittney Savage. On 26th June, 2010, Divina Fly and Niya, collectively known as The Fly Girls, competed for the WSU Tag Team Championships. They lost to the reigning champions, Cindy Rogers and Jana. On 11th September, 2010, Divina Fly won a match against newcomer Candy Cartwright with a Fly Cutter.
Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (2011–2013)
After being discovered by Tommy Dreamer, Trinidad wrestled in a tryout dark match at Total Nonstop Action Wrestling’s (TNA) Impact! television tapings on January 11, 2011, losing to Angelina Love. On January 27 it was reported that Trinidad had signed a contract with the promotion. On the February 10 episode of Impact!, Under the ring name Rosita, Trinidad debuted as the storyline cousin of Sarita in an eight knockout tag team match.  The two of them teamed with Madison Rayne and Tara and defeated Angelina Love, Mickie James, Velvet Sky and Winter, when Rosita pinned Sky.
The following week Rosita and Sarita defeated Angelina Love and Velvet Sky in a tag team match to earn a shot at Love’s and Winter’s TNA Knockouts Tag Team Championship. On March 13 at Victory Road, Rosita and Sarita defeated Love and Winter to win the TNA Knockouts Tag Team Championship. Sarita proclaimed that their victory would start a Mexican takeover of TNA. On the following episode of Impact!, the alliance of Rosita, Sarita and Hernandez was named Mexican America.
All of them were then defeated in a six-person street fight by Love, Winter and Matt Morgan. On 24th March, the three were joined by Anarquia. In the following weeks Rosita and Sarita successfully defended the Knockouts Tag Team Championship first against The Beautiful People (Angelina Love and Velvet Sky). Afterwards against Madison Rayne and Tara. On the June 16 episode of Impact Wrestling, they made their third successful defense, defeating Velvet Sky and Ms. Tessmacher, following outside interference from ODB.
Rosita and Sarita lost the TNA Knockouts Tag Team Championship to Ms. Tessmacher and Tara on July 12 at the tapings of the July 21 episode of Impact Wrestling. On August 7 at Hardcore Justice, they received a rematch but were defeated by Tessmacher and Tara. On the March 22, 2012, episode of Impact Wrestling, Rosita and Sarita again failed to recapture the Knockouts Tag Team Championship, when they were defeated by Eric Young and ODB.
Rosita and Sarita as the TNA Knockouts Tag Team Champions
Rosita and Sarita teamed up with Madison Rayne and Gail Kim in a losing effort to Brooke Tessmacher, Tara, Velvet Sky and Mickie James on 19th April episode of TNA Impact. Rosita and Sarita were given another title opportunity on April 15 at Lockdown, but were once again defeated by Eric Young and ODB, this time in a steel cage match. Both Rosita and Sarita went inactive from TNA afterwards, while Anarquia left the promotion and Hernandez turned face, effectively ending Mexican America.
On January 9, 2013, it was reported after months of inactivity, that Trinidad’s contract with TNA had expired and she had parted ways with the promotion.
Independent circuit (2011–2017)
In late August 2011, Rosita traveled to Mexico to attend an event held by the Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre (CMLL) promotion, for which Sarita regularly works under the ring name Dark Angel. During Rosita’s stay in Mexico, she was trained by CMLL trainers, Arturo Beristain and Tony Salazar, and was eventually offered a contract with the promotion, which she, however, could not sign due to TNA’s working relationship with rival promotion AAA.
Just days later, Rosita appeared on AAA’s television program, Sin Límite, promoting a storyline, where wrestlers from TNA were invading the promotion. On May 14, 2011, Rosita made her in-ring debut for Family Wrestling Entertainment at the Meltdown pay-per-view, losing to fellow knockout Winter with Christy Hemme as the special guest referee. Rosita and Winter had three rematches, first on August 20 at Empire City Showdown, the second on November 15 at Fallout and the third on December 17 at Haastility; all were won by Winter.
Rosita made her return to the promotion on March 24, 2012, at the Welcome to the Rumble pay-per-view, where she unsuccessfully challenged Maria Kanellis for FWE Women’s Championship in a three-way match, after Winter pinned her to become the new champion. On May 6, 2015, Global Force Wrestling (GFW) announced Trinidad as part of their roster. She debuted for the promotion on June 12, 2015, where she defeated Lei’D Tapa at the first show of the GFW Grand Slam Tour in Jackson, Tennessee.
On August 20, 2015, her profile was removed from GFW website. On July 17, 2015, Trinidad made her debut in Ring of Honor (ROH), managing Austin Aries. On September 2, 2016, Thea joined Shine Wrestling, debuting on Shine 37, which she ended up defeating Stormie Lee.
Early appearances (2013–2016)
On 4th March, 2013, Trinidad took part in a tryout for WWE. She made several brief appearances in the promotion in 2014, including as one of Adam Rose’s “rosebuds” and lost a match against NXT Women’s Champion Asuka on the October 26, 2016 episode of NXT.
NXT (2017–2018)
By June 2017, Trinidad had signed a contract with WWE and began training at the WWE Performance Center. She started appearing on NXT with the June 9 episode, where she confronted Andrade “Cien” Almas about his behavior and slapped him. On the July 19 episode of NXT, she accompanied Almas as he attacked Cezar Bononi and retreated from No Way Jose. Under the name Zelina Vega, she was established as the heel manager of Almas, who defeated No Way Jose on August 9 episode of NXT.
At NXT TakeOver: WarGames on November 18, Vega accompanied Almas to a match against Drew McIntyre for the NXT Championship, where she interfered by attempting to perform a hurricanrana on McIntyre, failing on the first attempt, but managed to perform a hurricanrana driver on him later in the match before Almas captured the title. On January 27, 2018, at NXT TakeOver: Philadelphia, during Almas’ title defense against Johnny Gargano, Vega interfered and performed a diving hurricanrana on Gargano, resulting in her being attacked by Gargano’s wife, Candice LeRae, while Almas eventually won the match.
On 28th January at Royal Rumble, Vega made her first main roster appearance as she accompanied Almas in his entrance as number 7 during the Royal Rumble match. As part of the company, Vega made her in-ring debut for NXT during a live event on February 3, where she teamed with Almas to be defeated by Johnny Gargano and Candice LeRae. On the April 18 episode of NXT, Vega was accompanied by Almas during her first televised match in which she was defeated by Candice LeRae and this turned out to be Vega’s and Almas’ last appearances in NXT.
SmackDown (2018–present)
On April 17 during the Superstar Shake-up, Vega and Almas were both drafted to SmackDown. Vega made her debut for the brand on the May 15 episode, accompanying Almas in a match against a local wrestler in which he was victorious. On 31st July episode of SmackDown, Vega had her first match on the brand, defeating Lana. She teamed with Almas and defeated Lana and Rusev at SummerSlam. At Evolution on October 28, Vega competed in a battle royal for a future women’s championship match, but she was eliminated by the eventual winner Nia Jax.
On 15th January, 2019, Almas’ ring name was shortened to Andrade.
Other media
She took part in the 2012 film Dorothy and the Witches of Oz. She also appeared in the critically acclaimed documentary Children of 9/11 and on the first anniversary of September 11 Memorial Ceremony participated in the reading of victim names. In the film Fighting with My Family, she portrayed AJ Lee.
She appears as a manager in WWE 2K19.

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  • Pro Wrestling Illustrated
    -Inspirational Wrestler of the Year in 2011
    -Ranked No. 31 of the top 50 female wrestlers in the PWI Female 50 in 2011
  • Total Nonstop Action Wrestling
    -TNA Knockouts Tag Team Championship (1 time) – with Sarita

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