The greatest WWE Women's Champion of all time is none other than Trish Stratus. She captivated WWE fans for her entire tenure with the company.
Stratus began her career managing the team of Test and Albert. About a year later, she finally broke into singles competition.
Stratus won her first WWE Women's Championship at the 2001 Survivor Series. At the time Stratus was still a bit green in regards to her in-ring work, so her win was surprising. Over the years, Stratus developed into the greatest in-ring women's wrestler that the company has ever had.
She has had memorable feuds with Lita, Mickie James, Jazz and Victoria. Stratus wrestled her last match in front of her hometown crowd in 2006, where she beat Lita for the WWE Women's Championship.
Her win on that night made her a record-setting seven-time Women's Champion.
Stratus has since returned to WWE on a part-time basis. She wrestled in a tag-team match with John Cena on Raw in 2008. Stratus also appeared at WrestleMania 27 where she teamed with Snooki and John Morrison to defeat Dolph Ziggler and Lay-Cool.
Aside from her accomplishments with the Divas, Stratus is also a former WWE Hardcore Champion.
Stratus was named Pro Wrestling Illustrated Woman of the Year in 2002, 2003, 2005 and 2006. She also received their Woman of the Decade accolade (2000-2009). Stratus was named WWE Babe of the Year (2001-2003), as well as WWE Diva of the Decade (2000-2009).
This year on the night before WrestleMania, Stratus will be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame. Upon her induction, she will become the youngest person ever to be inducted.