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WWE Hall Of Famer Accuses Trish Stratus Of Setting Back The Women’s Division

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WWF Attitude Era Diva Trish Stratus officially retired from professional wrestling in 2019, but she came out of retirement in 2023 and even had a heel run.

Another former WWF Women’s Champion, Alundra Blayze (aka Madusa), took to Twitter and accused Trish of setting back the women’s division back in the day, after performers like herself and Bull Nakano – among many others before them – got the female WWF Wrestlers the respect they deserve.

Here’s what the 2015 WWE Hall of Famer tweeted:

“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 her career, Madusa aka Alundra Blayze wrestled for several major promotions, including Verne Gagne’s American Wrestling Association (1986-1989), the World Wrestling Federation (1993-1995) and Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling (1991-1993 & 1995–2001).

Unfortunately, she is mostly remembered for an infamous 1995 incident on WCW Monday NITRO, where she threw the WWF Women’s Championship in a garbage can.

CHECK OUT: Revealing Photos Of Alundra Blayze aka Madusa:

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