• Trish Stratus Comments On Being Named The #1 Female Wrestler In WWE History
The WWE recently revealed a list of the greatest female WWF/WWE Superstars in the company’s history, which turned out to be a list that – for marketing purposes – was extremely biased towards the current era’s athletes.
Despite them putting pretty much all of today’s women on the list, while at the same time only featuring a few Old School athletes on there, the winner at #1 was still Trish Stratus (tap here for the complete list), who talked about the (kayfabe) honor on WWE’s The Bump.
Here’s what the WWF Attitude Era Diva had to say:
“I was completely content with being anywhere in the top five and I for sure didn’t think I was number one, because I wasn’t at the forefront at the present moment.
To be honest I was really shocked. They put that amazing video together and it takes you back to just reliving moments.
It was very special, very emotional. I don’t know, it was a weird thing because it’s a list. Lists are so subjective.
I don’t know who to thank, I don’t know if there’s an academy or something.
Like where did we get this list from?”
WATCH: Mickie James Grabs Trish Stratus’ Knockers:
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• ON THIS DAY IN WWF HISTORY (April 14, 1979) – WWF All-Star Wrestling
On this day in 1979, the World Wrestling Federation aired another episode of their weekly TV show ‘WWF All-Star Wrestling’.
This episode included pre-taped matches & interviews featuring the 1979 WWF Superstars
You can find the card below:
– Dominic DeNucci vs. Mike Hall
– Ted DiBiase vs. Mr. X
– Hussein Arab vs. Steve King
– Bulldog Brower vs. John Schmidt
– Ivan Putski & Steve Travis vs. Allen Coage & Baron Mikel Scicluna