|Birth name||Patricia Leslie Newborne|
|Born|| September 12, 1982 (age 32)|
San Diego, California
|Resides||San Diego, California|
|Spouse(s)||Claire Smith (m. 2014)|
|Professional wrestling career|
|Ring name(s)||Trish Newborn|
|Billed height||5 ft 3 in (1.60 m)|
|Billed weight||125 lb (57 kg)|
|Billed from||San Diego, California|
|Trained by||Johnny Holliday|
Patricia Newborne (born September 12. 1982), better known by her ring name Trish Newborn, is an Italian American professional wrestler, currently signed with World Elite Wrestling under their Friday Night Adrenaline brand, where Patricia has captured both the Titan Championship (twice) and Television Championship titles. She is a veteran in professional wrestling spanning almost a decade on and off inside the ring with some of the top talent from all over the global. On March 16, 2014, Patricia also became the first competitior to successfully win to back-to-back WEW Battlefield matches solo. Her wrestling career started in the summer of 2001 off the coast of Costa Rica before being signed to World Fighting Wrestling Association (WFWA), managing to win her first womens championship in a over-the-top battle royal.
Patricia's life in California was often a lot better than most children her age. She had been privileged of having a very worthy upbringing, and was often times spoiled into getting her way. Newborne was an only child until the death of her father due to a drunk driver, and led to her mother remarrying after two years to a police officer from Santa Monica named David Mercer, and bringing in his young daughter Alexis.
During the late nineties, Patricia would graduate from San Diego High and attend UCLA where she would later pick up her degree in psychology, and it is where she met for the first time a little punk drafter named simply as Diamond, and that point on, Patricia would change her lifestyle to someone that isn't afraid to be outspoken, and dangerous.
Newborn attended modelling school while growing up in the fame and glamour of southern California, an experience she says led her to become successful and comfortable in front of cameras and performances in the ring. Training hard, Newborn has always been known for her intense work-out sessions before any match, something that her father left behind was something she kept with her since his untimely death due to drunk driving. Diamond, a long time friend was one of those that brought her to the dance. WFWA was holding auditions for the next diva of it's newly founded Women's division that had been token off just four mouths par to the event.