Trish Stratus Picks Up First Singles Win Since 2006 At WWE Night Of Champions

After a hard-fought battle against Becky Lynch at WWE Night of Champions in Saudi Arabia, Trish Stratus scored her first singles victory in a WWE ring since 2006. However, the multi-time champion didn't do it alone. In the closing moments of the highly anticipated match, recent "WWE Raw" draftee Zoey Stark emerged from under the ring and delivered her signature Z360 to "The Man." Once Lynch was back in the ring, the WWE Hall of Famer executed Stratusfaction and pinned her opponent for the win, surely extending their heated feud.

Prior to this afternoon's match, the last one-on-one contest that Stratus won was against Lita for the WWE Women's Championship at Unforgiven 2006. This would mark the end of the history-making performer's full-time run with the company, as she would vacate her newly won title and enter semi-retirement afterward. Following that win against the high-flying extreme queen, Stratus would suffer losses at the hands of Charlotte Flair at Summerslam 2019, and Vickie Guerrero in a No Disqualification match in 2011. 

Although, the legend would have much better luck during her semi-retirement with multi-person matches, as she has competed in and won a number of mixed tags, conventional tags, and six-person tags since 2006, including a huge victory alongside Lita and Lynch at Wrestlemania 39 against Damage CTRL. But we're a long way from this past Wrestlemania season now. With Stratus now seemingly aligned with Stark, it appears like life has just gotten much harder for "Big Time Becks" on the red brand.