Trish Stratus Heaps Praise On Liv Morgan Following WWE Return

Trish Stratus

If there is one person who knows about having what it takes to make on WWE it is Trish Stratus.

The WWE Hall of Famer began her wreslting career as a valet before becoming one of the company’s most successful performers.

Stratus debuted in 2000 and quickly became the face of the women’s division. She won the Women’s Championship in 2001 and would go on to hold it another record-setting seven times. Throughout her career, she had many significant moments and achievements and is therefore regarded as the greatest women’s performer of all time.

Appearing on WWE’s The Bump alongside Liv Morgan, Stratus had nothing but great things to say about the former SmackDown Women’s Champion.

“I think Liv – I mean, gosh, you embody everything that we worked to do.

You went out there with the hard work, the dedication, the passion, following your dreams, and really just doing it. I loved watching your journey. I’m still sitting here so pleasantly surprised, not that it finally happened, but it was something like you stated, and you said that when you were a kid, that’s what you wanted to do.”

Trish Stratus Comes Out Of Retirement To Compete At WrestleMania 39

After helping Lita and Becky Lynch to win the Women’s Tag Team Championship off Dakota Kai and IYO SKY of Damage CTRL, Stratus found herself with a target on her back.

The following week the heel trio confronted the new champions and Stratus. In a heated back-and-forth conversation, Stratus declared she was coming out of retirement to team with Lita and Lynch to face Damage CRTL in a six-woman tag team match last WrestleMania 39.

Stratus retired from WWE in 2006. However, she has returned to the ring since. In 2008 she teamed with John Cena against Beth Phoenix and Santino Marella. At WrestleMania XXVII, Stratus teamed with Snooki, and John Morrison to defeat the team of Dolph Ziggler and LayCool.

In 2018 she returned to compete in the first-ever women’s Royal Rumble match. That same year she teamed with Lita against Alisha Fox and Mickie James at Evolution. Then a year later at SummerSlam, she lost to Charlotte Flair and announced her retirement shortly after.

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