Naomi and Cameron tease Funkadactyls reunion, want to become first ever black WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions

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Naomi and Cameron have been reminiscing about their time together as The Funkadactyls and have even teased a reunion.

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Naomi and Cameron tease Funkadactyls reunion.

Naomi and Cameron, real names Trinity Fatu and Ariane Andrew, were a key figures in the WWE Women’s Division as The Funkadactyls from 2011 to 2014. The duo debuted as dancers for Brodus Clay, before becoming reality TV stars on hit E Network show Total Divas as well as mixing it up in the ring.

On Sunday, Naomi took to her Twitter page to share a clip of the pair along with the caption “Ariane Andrew, they weren’t ready for us“.

Cameron would respond, expressing her desire to make history with her former partner by becoming the first ever black WWE women’s tag team champions.

Awww I love this! Putting this out to the universe to make history and be the 1st black tag team champs! Always so much love from my forever sister from another mister!” she wrote.

Cameron left the WWE in 2016 but has remained on good terms with the organization. Naomi is still with the WWE and currently performs on their Smackdown brand. The pair are still very close and in an interview with Kontrol Magazine last year, Naomi spoke about how much she misses Cameron and would love the opportunity to team with her again.

I was a singles competitor for a few years before [Cameron] and I became a team, so transitioning back to that wasn’t difficult at all. The hard part was not being with [Cameron] because we became and still are really close, she’s like a sister to me. I loved being a Funkadactyl and was looking forward to us evolving together. But I have hope we’ll be in the ring together again one day. I know fans would live for that. [Laughs]”

Take a look at the original tweets below.

Wrestling fans, would you like to see The Funkadactyls reunite? Do you think they have what it takes to become WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions? Let us know in the comments section below.

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