Trish Stratus is a WWE Hall of Famer that is arguably the most successful female performer in the history of the company. Her full time career in WWE lasted from early 2000 when she was brought in without any experience and it ended in September of 2006 when she won her last match against Lita to retire as the Women's Champion. Some fans might consider her career to be too short, but what else could she do? It would have been more of the same except against different opponents. She left when she felt it was the right time. Not a lot of people get to do that. She made it happen. Since leaving WWE as a full time performer she got married, opened her own yoga studio, did some acting and gave birth to a son last year. She's appeared in WWE from time to time because she's still in great shape and is one of the most popular female stars they've ever had. Basically whenever they need her for something she'll be there although she does have the power to say no too. Like with any successful performer in WWE, there are the things that we celebrate about Stratus and there are things that WWE would like us to forget as well. It's not a case of us ripping on Stratus or anything like that. She's one of my favorite performers in WWE history. I was sad when she retired, but I'm happy she was able to accomplish so much too. Here are ten things that WWE wants you to forget about 2013 WWE Hall of Fame inductee Trish Stratus.
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