Hard work, determination and willingness to improve made Trish Stratus a fan favorite in the WWE Universe and #47 of the Top 50 Good Guys in Wrestling History. Her connection with the fans began the moment they set eyes on the athletic, ambitious diva for the first time in 2000. For the next 7 years Trish grew up in front of fans' eyes. They were a part of her journey that took her from fitness model valet and saw her evolve into a full-time in-ring competitor. She endured many encounters with rivals and raised the bar in women's wrestling alongside Lita, Jazz, Victoria, Molly Holly and Mickie James. Trish's mass appeal meant young girls and boys were inspired and men and women couldn't help but get behind the genuine passion that drove her to seven title victories. She was a hero to many and will go down as one of the greatest females in sports-entertainment history.
"With stunning beauty matched only by her incredible athleticism, Trish Stratus set the standard for all Divas that would come after her. Debuting in 2000 as the sultry manager of Test & Albert, the curvaceous Canadian eventually set her sights on in-ring competition, determined to connect with the WWE Universe not merely as eye candy, but as a true ring warrior," notes WWE.com as they rank our girl amongst the top good guys in wrestling history.