Pro Wrestling Illustrated has some highlights up from an interview Trish Stratus recently did with their sister magazine The Wrestler. Some of those highlights are below…
On Taking Bumps: "I guess everyone realized I was a team player when I would take a chokeslame from Kane, I was cool with getting the stinkface, and I didn't mind getting tossed over the top rope by The Big Show."
On The Rock As An Inspiration: "I had to have surgery. It was the worst thing that could happen. But that allowed me to sit back and study matches. I watched a lot of The Rock's stuff, and thought, There are no girls doing what he's doing—why not, maybe I could be the female version of The Rock."
On Today's Divas: "Today, I see the girls doing each other's moves. They should go to the videogame and play the character! Everyone has their own signature moves!"
On Her Legacy: "When WWE aired a package talking about how WrestleMania was the place where legends were made, and it mentioned Hulk Hogan, The Rock, Steve Austin, and Trish Stratus, it was shocking to me. Whether that's accurate or just WWE marketing, it's pretty awesome."
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