Now, this is something I'm very excited about. First off, if you haven't already ladies, please pick up yoga. Why? Well, looking at Trish Stratus last night at EC, it seems the exercise helps pretty well. Trish is very well known in the yoga world, she even has her own yoga business up in Canada.
Moving past how stunning the Diva of the Decade looked, she along with Booker T are going to be coaching on the Tough Enough reality show revamp. I was wondering who they would bring in for the ladies seeing as the divas in the WWE nowadays aren't exactly the most wonderful ring workers out there.
To me, Trish is perfect for the show. Why may you ask?
Trish is a former fitness model turned WWE Diva. WWE has been known to take in models for eye candy purposes, yet when we see them on TV wrestling, our eyes bleed from pure suckitude! Now Trish wasn't wonderful coming out of the gate, she was barely even signed before she made an appearance on TV with WWE.
She became a manager for Albert and Test, "T&A". We first got our taste of sweet Trish as a manager, but then she started wrestling off and on, and we obviously didn't see huge progress. But, WWE saw something in her and gave her the then vacant WWE Women's Championship at Survivor Series 2001.
She won it over established veteran divas such as Ivory, Jazz, Lita and Molly Holly. It was a move that was controversial to say the least.
However, the move paid off and Trish kept getting better. She was also in some memorable storylines of which we all were happy to see, well, the men anyway. This all in just a few years span of her arrival.
One of the most talked about segments in WWE history, one of which political figures have pointed to blasting WWE is when Vince McMahon made Trish getting on all fours, while in her underwear, and bark like a dog.
This segment is what many point to, yet they seem to forget the storyline end of it. Trish was crossing the boss, and Vinny Mac was trying to get his heel boss that everyone hated character over. This was a way to do it. Trish was going to do this segment, and later down the line, get even with Vince's Mr. McMahon character.
Yet, political morons seem to never acknowledge the moments where Trish got even, putting the woman back on top in a man's world.
Obviously, Trish has the history behind her to tell the do's and do not's of the WWE. She can also wrestle, work on the mic and she knows how to do a good storyline. She will help the aspiring divas exponentially in my opinion. Great move on WWE's part by bringing her in