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Trish Stratus announced as WWE Hall of Fame 2013 inductee
The WWE Hall of Fame ceremony is about to get a chick kick to it, as Trish Stratus has been announced as the latest inductee to join the esteemed Hall’s 2013 class.
One of the ring’s most beautiful women and among the more iconic Divas of The Attitude Era, Trish paved a trailblazing career throughout WWE’s most cutthroat period, working her way up the ranks from a manager to a seven-time Women’s Champion (and one-time Hardcore Champion to boot). After pre-ring success as a fitness model, Trish debuted in WWE as the manager of Superstars such as Test, Albert and Val Venis. She soon broke through as a singles competitor in 2001, though, when she won her first Women’s Championship in a Six-Pack Challenge at Survivor Series. For the following five years, Trish would continue her streak of in-ring dominance until Unforgiven 2006, when she defeated Lita in her final match to claim the Women’s Title a final time. ( FULL PROFILE | CAREER HIGHLIGHTS)
Since retiring from full-time ring duty, Trish has followed up her WWE career with an equally successful foray into healthy lifestyles, launching her own brand, Statusphereyoga.com, working as a trainer on the renewed WWE Tough Enough in 2011 and starring in the movie “Bounty Hunters.” No matter what ventures she undertakes, Trish Stratus has never been far from the ring (she recently appeared at Raw 1,000) or the hearts of the WWE Universe; her Hall of Fame induction is well-deserved and a long time coming. So please join us in congratulating Trish for her induction into WWE’s hallowed hall. As always, Stratusfaction is guaranteed.
Tickets for the Induction Ceremony are on sale NOW and available at the MSG box office, online at Ticketmaster.com and various Ticketmaster outlets, or charge by phone at 800-745-3000. Ticket prices range from $50 to $150