• Trish Stratus is one of the most iconic divas in the WWE
  • She is a multiple-time women's champion and is considered as a crowd favorite
  • She teased a return to the company, tweeting a short clip for Stratusfaction's 20th anniversary

The WWE women's division is the premiere spectacle of beauty and brawns inside the parameters of the ring. Only a select number of superstars have etched their names into history as one of the best to ever perform. One of these is Hall of Famer is Trish Stratus.

The master of the Stratusfaction is celebrating her 20th anniversary since debuting in the company. She made her first appearance in the WWE as a manager in the March 19, 2000 episode of Sunday Night Heat.

Since then her career has skyrocketed into success. She is a multiple-time WWE Women’s Champion and had some historic bouts against fellow big names in the industry. One match that continues to stand out is her Raw Main Event women’s championship match held on December 6, 2004.

She was inducted to the Hall of Fame in the 2013 class and since then has made sporadic appearances to the company. In her brief 2018 stint, she’s made feuds with Alexa Bliss and Charlotte Flair. She also teamed up with big names such as Rona Rousey during her select performances.

Her return has sparked much speculation online as she tweeted a teaser of her Stratusfaction anniversary. The audio comes from her debut 20 years ago and transitions to her entrance theme song. In the 16-second clip, a split moment is teased with an image of her and Sasha Banks facing each other inside the ring.

Banks has yet to interact with the tweet or respond via social media. Dave Meltzer reported by way of Wrestling Inc that Banks is booked for Wrestlemania 36. While it’s rumored that the two can face off for the grandest stage of them all, other possibilities include a WWE Network special.

No final word has been formalized yet but it’ll be an interesting predicament to have Stratus and Banks feud inside the ring. The two have faced off briefly in the 2018 women’s Royal Rumble as there was chemistry between the two competitors. While Banks got the upper hand in that situation, the WWE Universe will have to wait with what’s in store for the two stars.

#13. Trish Stratus
Stratus made her WWE debut as a villainous character in 2000 and was made a one-time WWE Hardcore Champion, three-time "WWE Babe of the Year" and was proclaimed "Diva of the Decade." She retired from professional wrestling in 2006 after winning her record-setting seventh WWE Women's Championship. Evan Agostini/Getty Images