Top 50 good guys in wrestling history

#47 Trish Stratus

With stunning beauty matched only by her incredible athleticism, Trish Stratus set the standard for all Divas that would come after her. Debuting in 2000 as the sultry manager of Test & Albert, the curvaceous Canadian eventually set her sights on in-ring competition, determined to connect with the WWE Universe not merely as eye candy, but as a true ring warrior.

That dedication paid off, with Trish earning a record-shattering seven Women’s Championships, the last of which was won against Lita at Unforgiven 2006 in Toronto. In front of her hometown fans packed inside the Air Canada Centre, Trish made Lita tap out to fellow Canadian Bret “Hit Man” Hart’s Sharpshooter in her final bout as a full-time Diva. (WATCH)

Thankfully, Trish hasn’t strayed too far from the WWE Universe’s orbit since her emotional farewell as Women’s Champion. The iconic Diva has returned to clown around with D-Generation X and battle Team Lay-Cool alongside Snooki at WrestleMania XXVII. — JAMES WORTMAN