Trent Beretta is known for his time with WWE as Trent Barreta and New Japan Pro-Wrestling and Ring of Honor under the ring name Beretta.
15 Facts About Trent Beretta
Trent Beretta is known for his tenures with Pro Wrestling Guerilla and various independent promotions.
Trent Beretta worked in WWE's developmental territory Florida Championship Wrestling before debuting on WWE's main roster in 2009 as Trent Barreta.
Trent Beretta was signed to a WWE contract and began wrestling in Florida Championship Wrestling under the ring name Greg Jackson.
Trent Beretta's name was later changed to Trent Barreta, then tweaked to Trent Beretta.
Trent Beretta competed under a mask as The Girl From Mexico in an attempt to become the first Queen of FCW, but was eliminated in the second round by Angela Fong.
On October 12,2013, Trent Beretta made his debut in Family Wrestling Entertainment with Bandido Jr.
Trent Beretta then made his return to PWG in the 2013 Battle of Los Angeles, losing in the first round to Kyle O'Reilly.
On October 15, NJPW announced that Trent Beretta, now representing the Chaos stable, would return to the promotion on October 25, teaming with Brian Kendrick in the 2013 Super Jr.
On March 16,2015, NJPW announced that Trent Beretta would be returning to the promotion later that month as part of the Roppongi Vice tag team with Rocky Romero.
Later that month, Trent Beretta entered the 2015 Best of the Super Juniors, where he finished with a record of four wins and three losses, failing to advance to the finals of the tournament.
Trent Beretta has since ceased his last name, going by Trent.
On November 9,2020, Trent Beretta became the inaugural BTE World Champion by defeating Matt Jackson and John Silver in a three-way Gator Golf match.
Trent Beretta had previously been absent from the program for a prolonged amount of time due to spinal fusion surgery.
Trent Beretta first made her appearance at Fyter Fest, driving her son and his tag team partner Dustin Howard before their title match in her Honda Odyssey minivan.