Former Women’s champ Jazz reveals her training Trish Stratus since the HOFer “never went to wrestling school”

Trish Stratus is one of the most decorated female superstars in the history of WWE. The former Women’s Champion has returned to WWE and since then she has been engaged in a heated rivalry with Becky Lynch. The involvement of Trish on the main roster is surely pushing the current women’s division in a good direction.

There are several times Trish has been complimented for her contribution to the female wrestling community. Recently, she has been honored with respectful words from her once-upon-a-time rival, Jazz.

Jazz provides unfiltered Trish Stratus feeling

In a recent interview with Steve Fall former WWE and NWA Women’s Champion Jazz talked about one of her best in-ring rivals Trish Stratus. The interviewer asked Jazz about her true feelings about the 5 wrestlers. The first name that popped up was Trish Stratus. Jezz gave a thorough explanation of her feelings about Trish.

“Trish Stratus, what can I say about Trish? She was fun to work with. It was always a little bit different for Trish because she never went to a wrestling school to learn how to train as a wrestler. So, Mondays you know were pretty much wrestling school for us, We spent a lot of time together, and I have a lot of love and respect for Trish, but on Mondays, we would get there and we would be in the ring for you know three to four hours. It was a lot of work going in there with Trish,” said Jazz.

Trish faced Jazz and Lita at WrestleMania 18

In WrestleMania X8, the Trish vs. Lita vs. Jazz match took place.  Trish Stratus had entered the ring with a little delay before the match started, but Jazz and Lita were already fighting before she got to the ring. Jazz was physically dominant. Lawler was sleazy. In other words, it was a classic women’s fight of the era. Lita & Jazz worked well together with Stratus down early on. Given the relative experience levels of the three everyone looked pretty good.

After the bell rang, Lita went for a double moonsault on both opponents but got hit with Trish’s knees. There were some depressingly misogynistic chants from the crowd. A fisherman’s suplex from the top rope by Jazz on Lita and Jazz pins to retain the title while Trish was laid outside the ring.

It’s a shame that these three worked primarily in an era with no respect for women’s wrestling, as they could have probably put something good together with more time, a better placing on the card, and fans who treated them as real wrestlers.

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