In recent days we brought you the news of the return of Trish Stratus to WWE. Originally slated for just two House Shows over the weekend, the Hall of Famer was then advertised for this week's edition of the Monday Night Raw episode, which will be broadcast live from Toronto.
The multiple women's champion did not take part in an actual match, but she was equally active on last night's House Show in Kingston, Ontario. She first "humiliated" Theory by taking a selfie with Kevin Owens, then she had an altercation with Bayley's stable (whose official name we finally know).
New details on Trish Stratus
Trish Stratus, Alexa Bliss and Asuka went to Bianca Belair's rescue after the Raw Women's Champion was attacked by Bayley and Dakota Kai during her match with Iyo Sky. The Canadian then commented on the incident on Twitter: "It seems that we have taken control of the situation, doesn't it?"
Clear dig at the name of Bayley's stable. Usually in WWE live events, which do not count for the purposes of television storylines, segments are tested and then proposed in the episodes. It cannot be ruled out, therefore, that Trish Stratus may be physically involved in some way again tomorrow evening.
Following her retirement from WWE in 2006, Trish Stratus continued to train nonetheless before returning to action at the first all-female Royal Rumble, held in 2018. But that's not all, because he also fought at PPV Evolution (paired with Lita) and faced Charlotte Flair at SummerSlam 2019.
The induction into the WWE Hall of Fame, which took place in 2013 at Madison Square Garden in New York, solidified the her status as a legend of the women's division. Trish will not be at Clash at the Castle where Alexa Bliss, Asuka and Bianca Belair will challenge Iyo Sky, Dakota Kai and Bayley in a 3-on-3 match that will mark the final showdown.
Dakota Kai has even made fans dream on social media, suggesting the return of an important stipulation used at NXT, namely the War Games. When asked if she'd be willing to return to WWE as the General Manager of RAW or SmackDown, Stratus confirmed that she would be interested in more than just that: "Do I want to be GM? I would gladly accept that role," Trish Stratus said.
"I always think — like I said, to go back, it has to be something challenging, something different, something different for you guys. You know, you just don’t wanna see me being a babyface, kicking butt, winning championships, boring, right guys? (...) What do you guys want?"