The company is still jam-packed with fierce female competitors like Paige and the Bella Twins, but they still need more time to stand toe-to-toe with the divas of the 2000s — perhaps the most fondly remembered by WWE fans. Trish Stratus Then: The bodacious Canadian blond bombshell began her career with World Wrestling Entertainment in 2000 and was often at the center of scandalous storylines.
However, Stratus proved to be more than just a pretty face and emerged as a serious competitor, winning the Women's Championship seven times during her WWE career.
The two WWE Hall of Famers have recently wrapped up a U. Victoria, real name Lisa Varon, held the women's title twice in her nine-year WWE career.
Ron too was brought up there and they got to know each other when they both were in high school.She was a tough and fierce competitor, winning the Women's Championship four times during her career. tour where they visited various conventions and expos to meet fans. Victoria Then: After winning various fitness and bodybuilding competitions, Victoria first appeared on-screen in WWE in 2000 as the “head ho” for The Godfather — a pimp character.Now: Lita, real name Amy Dumas, left the ring in 2006 and released an album in 2007 with her band “The Luchagors.” Though the two women feuded throughout their time on WWE, Dumas is now one half of “Team Bestie,” a moniker for her real life friendship with Trish Stratus. She returned to WWE in a full-time wrestling role in 2002 where she feuded often with Trish Stratus.She was named the Internet Babe of the Year for three consecutive years from 2001 to 2003 and also won the Diva of the Decade award for the WWE Raw 10 Early days of Trish’s career struck up rumors related to sexual storylines post her affair with the WWE owner Vince Mc Mahon and her being the manager of the T & A, wrongly abbreviated as Tits and Asses.Her affair with Vince sparked a fight between her and his daughter Stephanie Mc Mahon which lasted until Wrestlemania 17, whereby she slapped Vince.Throughout her career, she won the WWE Women's Championship four times.