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Real Name:
Patricia Anne Stratigias
Wrestling Name(s):
Trish Stratus
Height:
5'4" (1.63 m)
Weight:
122 lbs
Date Of Birth:
December 18, 1975
Hometown:
Richmond Hill, Ontario
Debut:
March 19, 2000
Trained by:
Ron Hutchison & Fit Finlay
Signature Moves:
Air Canada (Thesz press), MaTrish (Matrix evasion), Whirlybird Headscissors, StratusFear (Turnbuckle handstand headscissors takedown), Spinebuster, Backhand chop,
Finisher(s):
Stratusfaction (Springboard Bulldog), Chick Kick (Roundhouse kick)


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Trish Stratus (Patricia Stratigias) - Biography:

Championships & Accomplishments:
    Wrestler Trish Stratus
    -WWE Women's Championship (7-Time)
    -WWE Hardcore Championship (1-Time)
    -WWE Hall of Fame

    Rankings, Awards & Tournaments
    -WWE Diva of the Decade
    -WWE Babe of the Year (2001–2003)
    -PWI Woman of the Year (2002, 2003, 2005, 2006)
    -PWI Woman of the Decade (2000-2009)

Born Patricia Anne Stratigias, Trish Stratus was raised in Richmond Hill, Ontario, Canada and grew up with aspirations to become a doctor. These aspirations led to her being pre-med student at York University in Toronto, Ontario. Her focus was biology and kinesiology (the study of the anatomy and mechanics in human movement), which came to an abrupt end when the school went on strike in 1997. During her time off of school, she worked in a gym and was approached to do fitness modeling. She quickly got noticed for her risqué photo shoots, predominately in MuscleMag International...

Trish Stratus, Fitness Modelling for Muscle Mag

During her time as a Fitness Model, she also hosted Live Audio Wrestling on Toronto Sports Radio, The FAN 590. In late 1999, Patricia was signed to a WWF contract, and began to train at Sully's Gym, where she was trained by Ron Hutchinson.

She made her WWF debut on March 19, 2000, on WWF Sunday Night Heat. She "scouted" wrestlers Test and Albert during their matches. The next night--on WWF RAW, she declared them her new Tag-Team, named "T & A." As their manager, Test--real name Andrew Martin and Prince Albert picked up a victory at WrestleMania XVI (April 2, 2000), where they defeated Al Snow and Steve Blackman. A feud between T&A and Dudley Boyz the followed. The feud escalated at Backlash 2000... T & A (Test and Albert) were able to defeat The Dudley Boyz; however, she payed the price, when Bubba Ray Dudley power bombed her through a wooden table.

Test and Albert feuded with the Hardy Boyz next, who had Lita as their valet. This led to her competing in her first match in the WWF, where she, Test and Prince Albert defeated Lita and the Hardy Boyz. She pinned Lita after Albert hit the Baldo Bomb on Lita so she could get the win. A few weeks later, on the July 2, 2000 airing of Sunday Night Heat, Test, Albert and Trish Stratus defeated The Hardy Boyz and Lita in an elimination match. She and Lita faced each other in numerous matches in the months that followed, including the July 31, 2000 airing of WWF RAW, where Lita and The Rock defeated Triple H and Trish in the Main Event. She would also mix it up with other WWE Divas throughout the year, including Jacqueline, Molly Holly, and Ivory.

Trish Stratus vs Stephanie McMahon.jpgBy the beginning of 2001, "T&A" disbanded, and she began an onscreen romance with WWF Chairman Vince McMahon. The relationship angered Vince's daughter Stephanie McMahon, which led to a feud between her and Trish. The feud escalated on February 25, 2001, at the WWF's No Way Out Pay-Per-View, where Stephanie McMahon-Helmsley defeated her due to a run-in by William Regal. The next night on Raw, Stephanie McMahon and William Regal took on Trish Stratus and Vince McMahon in a Intergender Tag Team Match, which ended in a no contest. The match was a set-up, with Vince McMahon turning on Trish and siding with his daughter. The segment saw Stephanie McMahon poor sewage over her in the middle of the ring. The following week on Raw, Vince McMahon embarrassed her further, by having her crawl around the ring on her knees and bark like a dog. She was later able to get revenge on Vince at WrestleMania X-Seven, by slapping him in the face. She was now a full fledged babyface.

After the WWF purchased World Championship Wrestling (WCW), an "Invasion" storyline began. Numerous WCW employees were now in the WWF, with both rosters feuding. On July 22, 2001, at the WWF Invasion Pay-Per-View, she teamed up with her once rival Lita, to defeat Torrie Wilson and Stacy Keibler in a Bra and Panties match.

Unfortunately for Stratus, she was taken off of television due to an ankle injury. During her absence, she co-hosted WWF Excess on TNN.

Upon her return, the WWF Women's Title was vacated. The new Champion was decided on November 18, 2001, at Survivor Series in a 6-WAY match involving her, Lita, Molly Holly, Ivory, Jacqueline and Jazz. She was able to pick up the win. An intense feud against Jazz followed. The feud saw her pick up a narrow win against Jazz on January 20, 2002 at the Royal Rumble. Soon, Lita was in the mix, which led to March 17, 2002--at Wrestlemania X-8, where Jazz defeated her and Lita in a 3-way match. She got her rematch one month later on April 21, 2002--at Backlash, where she was defeated yet again by Jazz. After months of going at it, on the May 13, 2002 airing RAW, she was able to defeat Jazz, to regain the title... The match happened in an intergender match pitting her and Bubba Ray Dudley against Jazz and Steven Richards. Both the WWE Women's Championship and hardcore Championship was on the line. Jazz was sidelined due to injury, and a feud against Molly Holly began.

Stratus lost the WWE Women's Championship on June 23, 2002 to Molly Holly at King of the Ring 2002, and later regained it on September 22, 2002 at WWE Unforgiven. Next, She feuded with Victoria, and lost the belt on November 17, 2002 at Survivor Series. Stratus was able to regain the belt on March 30, 2003 at WrestleMania XIX, in a 3-Way match against Victoria and Jazz. The reign was short lived, and she lost the belt on April 27, 2003 at Backlash to Jazz. All the title exchanges, made her a 4-Time WWE Women's Champ.

Her next Championship reign did not come until over a year later... on June 13, 2004, she picked up the win a 4-Way match at Bad Blood, to become a 5-Time WWE Women's Champion. At the time, Stratus was a heel, and was aligned with Christian and Tyson Tomko. The months that followed, saw her and Lita once again at odds. Lita would end Trish's 176 dayChampionship reign on the December 6, 2004 airing of Raw. Trish was able to recapture the title a month later, on January 9, 2005, at New Year's Revolution. Trish Stratus went on to successfully defend the WWE Women's Championship at WrestleMania 21, against Christy Hemme, who was aligned with Lita. The feud against Christy Hemme and Lita continued, until Trish was sidelined due to injury. During Trish's absence from television, she remained WWE Women's Champ.

Mickie James vs Trish StratusShe returned on the September 12, 2005 edition RAW, once again a babyface, aligning herself with Ashley Massaro. The two then feuded with Torrie Wilson, Candice Michelle and Victoria in the months that followed. On the October 10, 2005 airing of RAW, after successfully defeating the Championship against Victoria, Trish was attacked. Ashley tried to make the save; however, it was the debuting Mickie James who saved the day. She introduced herself as Trish's biggest fans. This was followed by weeks of obsession into 2006. The crazy antics of Mickie James led to a fed, which escalated on April 2, 2006, at WrestleMania 22, where Mickie James defeated her for the belt. The feud continued beween the ladies in the weeks that followed.

On the June 26, 2006 edition of WWE RAW,Mickie James defeated Stratus to retain the WWE Women's Championship. This ended the feud, and a catfight between Stratus and Melina Perez happened, due to Melina making fun of Trish's loss. During this time, she also formed a relationship with Carlito--real name Carly Colón. The two feuded against Melina and Johnny Nitro. In the weeks that followed, the two also feuded with Edge and Lita. This led to her retirement from full-time wrestling, when she defeated Lita on September 17, 2006, at WWE Unforgiven. Trish Stratus beat Lita for the WWE Women's title, making her a 7-Time Champion.

Between 2007 and 2010, she made special appearances in the WWE. A few highlights included the December 22, 2008 airing of RAW (in her hometown Toronto), where her and John Cena defeated Santino Marella and Beth Phoenix in the Main Event. The following year, on September 14, 2009 episode of RAW from Toronto, Trish Stratus was the guest host for the show.

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                        Morrison, Trish Stratus and Jersey Shore's SnookiOn February 20, 2011 at the Oracle Arena in Oakland, California, for WWE Elimination Chamber, Booker T introduced Trish Stratus in a segment, announcing her as one of the trainers in the revival of WWE Tough Enough on the USA network. During her stint on the show, Trish Stratus had numerous matches and appearances on WWE programming. Her biggest match happened on April 3, 2011, at WrestleMania, where John Morrison, Trish Stratus and Jersey Shore's Snooki defeated Dolph Ziggler and LayCool with Vickie Guerrero. The next night one Raw, she and John Morrison defeated Vickie Guerrero and Dolph Ziggler.


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