Famous WWF Attitude Era Diva Trish Stratus officially retired from professional wrestling after her SummerSlam 2019 loss to Charlotte Flair, but eventually came out of retirement at this year’s WrestleMania 39 premium live event, and is currently scheduled to face Becky Lynch at the upcoming Night of Champions event in Saudi Arabia.
2015 WWE Hall of Famer Alundra Blayze recently teased a potential return to the ring of her own, when she revealed that she’d be open to having ‘one more match’.
Could there be a Legends dream match of Trish Stratus vs. Alundra Blayze on the horizon?
A few weeks ago, the former Madusa tweeted the following about the famous Diva:
“Trish has set the women back and turned them into a sideshow after all the work I did to get the women respected and legitimize them as the superstars that they are.
Do you really think I literally threw that Title in the trash without a plan of longevity and meaning?
Trish brought in the blueprint that WWE used for decades that had to be UNDONE by the women who were inspired by men and the women that came before her.
Trish made room for The Bella Twins and others, but I built a foundation for the 4 Horsewomen.”
During a recent edition of ‘Trash Talk’ the former WWF Women’s Champion said that she tried to talk things out with Trish, but was basically ghosted by the former T&A valet.
Here’s what Alundra had to say:
“On the whole Trish thing, I even sent her a DM and I said ‘Hey, do you want to settle this? Do you? I think you and I need to have an adult conversation. And say maybe let the people know the truth’.
After I was kind of looking before I sent her her DM. I was looking at some of her matches back then. I mean, she took some good bumps for people and stuff, but I think she was… I mean, thank god she was trained by Fit Finlay, but I think she was only shown a few moves and, because of the time, not on Fit’s, you know, not by any Fit’s fault.
But Trish only had a few moves then I think she actually had to look at some women’s wrestling before her, which was me, and she copied a few of my moves.
And one of them moves is when she has the opponent in the corner turnbuckle and they’re sitting on the turnbuckle, and then she runs up and she does a handstand with her feet, her legs come up to their head and then she springs them out.
I’m like ‘I was doing that years ahead of time’. But again, she never asked if she, you know ‘Hey, it’d be an honor to do your move. Or, you know, maybe I can do this as a finish’.
And no, nothing like that like most women do, or I’ve been asked or on the DM and ‘can I have your blessing? Can I do this as a finish, or can I do this move?’. Absolutely. Kind of cool.
Not saying that they have to, but I just think it’s cool. I don’t know, send her a DM. And I finally heard back. She says ‘Hell yeah’.
I haven’t heard from her since, you know, and that’s it. I heard from other girls. That’s a typical Trish. She likes to ghost people, and what’s ever benefited her.
And so I said, you know what, I’ll take this in my own matter. And I just reached out to WWE and gave them a little pitch, and they love it.
So, you never know. Why did they always try to steal my sh*t? I don’t know.”
A potential Alundra Blayze vs. Trish Stratus dream match would be big enough to take place at next year’s 40th anniversary edition of WrestleMania on April 6th & 7th at the Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
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