The division of the divas in world wrestling entertainment is not the same anymore. There was a time when divas used to feature in some tremendous feuds and storylines and sometimes, in the main events too. Stephanie McMahon and Lita featured in the main event of Raw on August 21, 2000. And Lita also featured in a Monday night Raw main event against Trish Stratus on December 6, 2004. The women’s championship was on the line in both matches. But that was a long ago. You can’t dare to think about a divas match in the main event. Nowadays, divas like Kelly Kelly and the Bella Twins can even snatch the championship gold. The WWE has released most of their good divas like Victoria, Mickie James, of course Serena Deeb, she was one of my personal favorites. Beth Phoenix is also history. The division of the divas has to improve. We have shared an article before about how to improve the division of the divas. We hope it would improve and will regain its lost days. In this series of articles, we will discuss about the best divas of the last decade. In the first part of this series, we will talk about the former seven times women’s champion Trish Stratus.
Patricia Anne Stratigias started her professional career as a fitness model in 1997. She was so good as she did that her modeling work attention of World Wrestling Federation and in November, 1999 she signed a contract with the company. Stratigias made her professional wrestling debut on March 19, 2000 under the ring name Trish Stratus. She was a valet to the T & A (Test and Albert) tag team in her early career. She became the center of the attention as she got involved in the McMahon family in the late 2000’s. After she turned back to Mr. McMahon on WrestleMania 17, she turned face and became a fan favorite.
Trish Stratus won her first women’s championship gold at Survivor Series 2001 in a six pack challenge for the World Wrestling Federation women’s championship. Her second championship reign came in an episode on Monday night Raw on May 13, 2002 as she defeated Jazz and Steven Richards in an inter gender tag team match. She won her third women’s championship by defeating Molly Holly on June 23, 2002. At WrestleMania 19, Trish won her fourth women’s championship by beating Victoria. After more than a year, she won her fifth women’s championship at Badd Blood 2004 by beating Victoria. At New year’s Revolution 2005, she won her sixth women’s championship and reigned it for over a year. And on Unforgiven 2006, Trish won her seventh and last women’s championship by beating Lita and after one day, she retired from WWE.
Trish Stratus is arguably the best female wrestler in the history of professional wrestling. Her seven women’s championship reign is a record and no one can break this record (as the women’s championship was defunct). Some fans say, Trish Stratus is the Shawn Michaels of divas. Maybe that is true, but there is one thing which is definitely true, that is, no one on this planet could take the place of Trish Stratus.
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