Trish Stratus is back in WWE on the road to WrestleMania 39. Her return came as bit of a surprise to even the odds in a crucial moment during the main event of WWE RAW this week. It turns out that WWE tried their best to keep her return under wraps.

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Trish Stratus was backstage on WWE RAW last week in Canada, but as Ringside News exclusively reported, she left after a meeting with Triple H. Then she appeared this week out of the blue, interjecting herself into Lita and Becky Lynch’s WWE Women’s Tag Team Title match against Damage CTRL. That was a bit surprising, and WWE tried hard to keep her return a secret.

Sean Sapp reported behind Fightful’s paywall that Trish Stratus was not listed backstage for WWE RAW this week. He also doubled-down on the previous reports that she was at last week’s show.


– Unlike previous weeks, Trish Stratus was not listed anywhere internally.

– It was again confirmed to us that Trish Stratus was at last week’s WWE Raw before the show.

It’s unclear how Trish Stratus will work into the situation on the road to WrestleMania. There are new WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions, and we also have Ronda Rousey and Shayna Baszler in play as well, looking for a title match at Mania. Anything’s possible in WWE, but they certainly have our attention as many fans speculate that a six-woman tag team match with Damage CTRL vs Becky Lynch, Lita, and Trish Stratus is on the way.

We’ll have to see when Trish Stratus wrestles again, and how many times, but WWE certainly tried to keep her appearance a secret this week.

What’s your take on this situation? Sound off in the comments!

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