Trish Stratus : "Here are the women who deserve to get the WWE Hall of Fame"



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Trish Stratus : "Here are the women who deserve to get the WWE Hall of Fame"

Trish Stratus would like to see one of the biggest former WWE champions among the legends of the company, she said in an interview with Casual Conversations with The Classic. After a brilliant career topped off with seven women's titles won, Trish joined the Hall of Fame in 2013 and now The Queen of Queens herself wanted to name some names of women who could deserve a place like hers.

On which women she wants to be inducted into the Hall of Fame, Trish explained: "The aforementioned Mickie James certainly deserves a place among the legends. But I would also like to see Victoria there. That would be great because I think she's underrated.

I do so many interviews, so many people ask me about different feuds and different rivalries. I had a lot with her and I think she was an important part of the women's division." Although she has been one of the leading women of recent years for WWE, Victoria is not yet part of the Hall of Fame like athletes like Lita, Molly Holly and Ivory.

The Psycho Diva last appeared in WWE as a surprise entrant in the 2021 Women's Royal Rumble. She also recently returned to Impact Wrestling, where she wrestled under the ring name Tara. During her tenure on Impact, she captured the Knockouts Championship five times and the Knockouts Tag Team Championship.

As for Trish Stratus' future, according to a report Becky Lynch could team up with Lita and Trish to take on Damage CTRL. Lita returned to WWE on the latest episode of Raw, where she came to Becky Lynch's aid during her Steel Cage match against Bayley.

On the next episode of Raw, however, Trish Stratus is expected to return, after her last appearance last August in her Canadian hometown, Toronto. During her promo at the time she was interrupted by Bayley and Damage CTRL.

The seven-time women's champion would have threatened the leader of the stable to come out of retirement to face. A plausible hypothesis according to the latest rumors, albeit not in a single match.