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Trish debuted as a wild character in the year 2000 in the Sunday Night Heat. At the beginning, she failed to prove herself but eventually got a victory in series and got worldwide recognition.
Here is an interview of Trish Stratus talking about her career in WWE:
Early in the year 2001, she got an ankle injury and later did a strong entry in autumn. She appeared in the Survival series and got a victory in the WWF Women's Championship for the first time.
Trish retired from the wrestling on 17 September 2006 after making a history of winning the WWE Woman Championship for seven times.
She is now serving the world of wrestling as a trainer for WWE Tough Enough since 2011. She was enlisted in the WWE Hall of Fame in the year 2013; she is the youngest person till date to be inducted into it.
Quick Facts of Trish Stratus
Born on 18 December 1975 in Flemingdon Park, Ontario, Canada.
She enrolled at Bayview Secondary School at the initial and later at the York University.
She was interested in playing soccer and field hockey.
She appeared on the front page of MuscleMag International for the first time and then she worked on her body furthermore.
She was fond of wrestling since childhood; she got a break WWF when it marked her modeling task.
Signed a multi-year contract with WWF and trained by Ron Hutchison in 1999.
Trish has a net worth of $2.5 million as of 2017.
She was the third host of Live Audio Wrestling on Toronto Sports Radio, The FAN 590.
She is an active user of social sites like Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.
Well, all in all, Trish has a very smooth married life, and we wish the couple all the very for their perpetual relationship.
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