WWE Hall of Famer Trish Stratus has announced that she will be hosting a WWE live event in her hometown of Toronto in December.
As part of WWE’s live schedule through the festive season the company is heading to Canada in late December. On December 29th, WWE will be at the Coca-Cola Coliseum in Toronto, which just so happens to be the hometown of WWE legend Trish Stratus.
In a post on her official website, Trish Stratus has revealed that she will be the host for the event.
Trish Stratus is ready to serve some holiday Stratusfaction to the WWE Universe in Toronto.
The Hall of Famer returns for one night only to host WWE’s live event on Wednesday, December 29th at the Coca-Cola Coliseum.
“Excited to step through that curtain and feel the energy of the WWE Universe one more time. Let’s do this Toronto!”
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Trish Stratus hasn’t been a full-time WWE Superstar since defeating Lita for the Women’s Championship at Unforgiven in September 2006. The bout marked Stratus’ seventh championship win and the final match of her illustrious career, bowing out with victory in her hometown after forcing her long-time rival to submit in the Sharpshooter.
Since then Stratus has occasionally returned to the ring, most notably facing Charlotte Flair at SummerSlam 2019, and competing in the first-ever Women’s Royal Rumble the year before.
At the Royal Rumble, Stratus enjoyed a memorable confrontation with Sasha Banks. Speaking in a recent interview, the Hall of Famer teased a showdown with The Boss, hinting that she might have to lay some Stratusfaction on the former SmackDown Women’s Champion.
“I think fans would love to see that. I would love to whoop her butt and prove that I’m the best, and, you know, stuff like that,” she continued. “So yeah, let’s leave it with that little button and say, ‘Perhaps, one day, if I decide to go back in the ring, I mean, I may have to deliver a little Stratusfaction to The Boss.”
Trish Stratus was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2013, and currently sits 2nd behind only Charlotte Flair, on the WWE Women’s Championship all-time list.