Trish Stratus (born Patricia Anne Stratigias), is a former Canadian fitness model and retired professional wrestler. Formerly working for World Wrestling Entertainment, Stratus retired from WWE on September 17th, 2006 after winning her seventh WWE Women's Wrestling Championship.
Stratus is the first in WWF/E history to have held the WWE Women's Championship seven times, three more than the four reigns of Lita and the four recognized title reigns of The Fabulous Moolah. She is also one of only four women to have held the WWE Hardcore Championship.
As a fitness model, Stratus has been featured on the cover of many major health and fitness magazines such as Musclemag, Flare, and Total Women's Fitness. She also released a calendar series called "Dream Team" with fellow model, Stacey Lynn. As a sports entertainer, she was proclaimed the "Diva of the Decade" on the WWE RAW X Anniversary Show. She was voted "WWE Babe of the Year" three times between 2001 and 2003.
Starting in late November 2006 through mid-January 2007, Trish temporarily moved to Muncie, Indiana for the CBS unscripted show Armed and Famous. The concept was that Trish was one of five celebrities who trained as volunteer officers with the Muncie Police Department. After finishing their training, the celebrity officers were followed around by camera crews on legitimate police calls. Although the show was scheduled for seven episodes starting on January 10, 2007, CBS canceled the series after just four of the episodes were aired.
After the cancelation of Armed and Famous, Trish was announced as the host of Second City's Next Comedy Legend. This contest, endorsed by the Second City comedy troupe and scheduled to be aired on CBC starting in Summer 2007, is a comedy version of the the worldwide Idol singing competition phenomenon.