WWE’s ‘hottest ever diva’ Trish Stratus quits retirement for WrestleMania

A wrestler dubbed the “hottest WWE diva ever” is coming back out of retirement.

Trish Strauswill be present for WrestleMania this year, she says, announcing that she will be coming out of retirement for the event.

In the announcement she laid down a challenge, saying she wants to fight Bayley.

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Her challenge was accepted and many expected a Bayley vs. Stratus matchup to be announced.

However, a scrap quickly broke out between LIta, Becky Lynch and Stratus, and Damage CTRL and now a six-woman tag battle is understood to be on the cards.

Announced as a 6-woman tag match the Women's Tag Team Titles will not be defended.

It is thought this is all still up in the air however, because Ronda Rousey and Shayna Baszlerhave been scheduled to fight for the Women's Tag Titles.

Trish, 47, debuted in WWE in the year 2000 having been picked up by the promotion because of her fledgling modelling career.

In 1999 she secured a multi-year deal, first taking to the ring with Test and Prince Albert.

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Real name Patricia Anne Stratigeas, she would go on to secure a whopping seven world championships.

The former fitness model became known for her iconic look which often included a cowboy hat. She once explained the thinking behind her getup.

She recalled: “When I debuted I wanted to make sure my outfit was a distinguishable 'look'.

“The day I got word I was debuting, I was in Long Island, and they sent me out to the mall to find clothes.

“Luckily I had my boots with me, and I came across the long coats.

“The cowboy hats came along really just because they were 'in' at the time, so they were all over the mall, so I grabbed a couple hats to match my outfits and voila – the classic Trish Stratus look was born!”

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