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YMMV: Trish Stratus
Crowning Moment of Awesome: Winning seven Women's Championship titles, almost twice as many as the previous record (4), held by the Fabulous Moolah.
Managed to make The Diva Search entertaining.
Her farewell match at Unforgiven 2006.
When she slapped on the Sharpshooter, the crowd exploded.
In December 2008, John Cena is put in a match against Santino Marella and Beth Phoenix. He spends part of the night trying to find a partner, and when he comes to the ring, he mentions that Santa left him a little gift. Cue Trish's music, and an explosion from the fans.
Cena wasn't kidding about the gift. As fans remember, Cena had a quite-obvious...erectile issue during the entirety of the match, to the point where even the commentators were audibly stifling their laughter whenever Cena (and his package) was shown close-up on camera. Apparently, Trish is that gorgeous in person.
And now, seven years after her retirement match, she finally becomes an inductee into the WWE Hall of Fame.
Rikishi giving her the Stinkface. He later said on WWE Confidential that he thought it was his best-ever Stinkface because the camera angle behind him made it look like Trish's entire head was up his butt.
Her retirement match deserves special mention. Pro wrestling is notorious for leaving behind a lot of wounded egos, hurt feelings, and grudges held in its wake. This is especially true for female wrestlers (Luna Vachon, Molly Holly). Despite this, Trish has said that her entire final match was pretty much her perfect dream match to go out on (In a later interview she said it felt like she wrote out her perfect dream match, which was then rubber-stamped without a single change made.)
Franchise Original Sin: Shares this distinction with Sable. Trish was the first of the eye candy models to become a respectable wrestler and get over big with the fans. The reason behind that was that Trish was willing to take the hard bumps (something which Sable had specified in her contract that she would never do) and put the effort into training to become a proper wrestler, but the WWE and other companies attempts to recreate her focused more on the eye candy part and less on finding women who were willing to put the effort into becoming wrestlers or had the talent to even try, leading to a lot of terrible wrestlers being pushed as the next Trish Stratus.
Growing the Beard: So to speak; once she stopped being valet arm candy, and dedicated herself solely to her ring work, her popularity grew exponentially.
Rescued from the Scrappy Heap: She was pretty unpopular when she started, mostly because she somehow had no charisma and was so bad in the ring that she could botch a catfight. Then there was the infamous "table promo", where she dressed up in various lingerie and writhed on some tables. Then she took a table bump from The Dudley Boys, got legitimately injured from it, and instead of quitting went through rehab.
The Woobie: While she came off as a total bitch during most of her affair angle with Vince McMahon, when he started to really demean her (forcing her to act like a dog and referring to her as his "toy"), it was hard not to feel for her.
How about when she found out Chris Jericho made a bet to sleep with her? Good lord she was a convincing crier.