Professional wrestling fans were concerned about Trish Stratus after her name started trending on Twitter. In a time when social media is the most valuable means of communication as well as receive the latest news, people were immediately curious about the greatest women’s wrestler in the history of WWE and her whereabouts. Apparently, those searched new tweets made the Trish Stratus trend on Twitter, bigger.
As observed, Trish Stratus became the top of the Twitter trends and then quickly became the #1 wrestling trend at around Thursday afternoon. A lot of fans showed curiosity about whether something happened to fuel up discussion threads. After all, fans didn’t want to miss a chance to get a dose of Stratusfaction, someway. But the truth is nothing really happened with the WWE Hall Of Famer.
It was observed that fans were only tweeting about Trish Stratus because they miss her. This was quite a relief for her fans who were afraid that something could have happened to her. Such outcry is usual especially at a time when coronavirus pandemic has taken over the world. Trish Stratus herself never tweeted anything to start the Twitter trend. It appeared that fans were recounting their favorite memories from the legendary career of her.
Saw Trish Stratus trending and thought oh no not her too. but luckily it’s just people lusting over her and naming her as one of their WWE faves pic.twitter.com/TxdEBxOpjy
— #defenddaca (@gueranegra) June 4, 2020
7 Time women’s Champion
2 time hardcore champion
Diva of the decade
3 time ‘babe of the year’ award.
Hosted music awards
Appeared in many sitcoms and commercials.
Trish Stratus is the Blueprint. pic.twitter.com/FG09NBOGUR
— Trish (@trishyonce) June 4, 2020
Saw Trish Stratus trending and thought she said some racist shit but it’s just people remembering how sexy she is pic.twitter.com/11WRAMfohL
— Chico Malo 🇲🇽 (@SwagBoiTez) June 4, 2020
SINCE TRISH STRATUS IS TRENDING
I WANNA THANK HER AND LITA FOR GIVING ME LIMITLESS BONERS IN FRONT OF MY FAMILY pic.twitter.com/ZHKRW8348P
— ED GEIN (@IGOTISSUES666) June 4, 2020
Last year, after being contacted by Vince McMahon himself, the idea was pitched of facing Charlotte Flair at WWE SummerSlam in her hometown of Toronto. Trish Stratus knew that this was the perfect time to say goodbye to the WWE Universe as she passed over the torch to her successor.
In an interview with Busted Open Radio, Trish Stratus mentioned that she was happy that everything was put together in a nice way to set up her send-off match,
“It’s a marquee match, right? It’s like a dream match, you have two of the most decorated females in WWE history facing off,” Trish Stratus said. “It’s just so unique, what are the chances you could get this? I feel like, in five years, I could only bring you 80 percent, I can’t give ya 110 percent. I’m bringing 110 percent if I’m able to.
So, I think we’ve caught it at the right time. Ya know, it’s my final match. I feel like this is it and this is a perfect moment to have my final farewell.” (Quotes courtesy wrestlingINC.com)
Trish Stratus originally retired from in-ring competition back in 2006. Since then, she has worked in some selected handful of matches for WWE. Most of those have been tag team matches. So she was concerned about having a singles match against an athlete like Charlotte Flair. But in the end, the match lived up to the hypes.