WWE Hall of Famer Trish Stratus has accomplished a lot in the business and paved the way for future generations of women’s wrestlers. She has been back in the fold for a while now and it appears Stratus felt after about the profane fan chants she got during RAW last week.

Becky Lynch and Trish Stratus’ rivalry further intensified every week, as both women had a lot of hate for each other. Their feud is also a highlight of WWE television whenever they appear together.

During last week’s episode of Monday Night RAW in Quebec, Trish Stratus cut a promo cut a promo on Becky Lynch. The fans resent in Videotron Center began chanting, “On s’en calisse.” Translated from French, it means ”We don’t f****** care.” This was certainly not what Trish Stratus expected, as she was in Canada.

While speaking with New York Post, Trish Stratus said that she loves her run as a heel. Stratus added that getting the Canadian fans to use profane chants on her felt good.


“I’m like, I’m having the best time. When they delivered exactly what we were going for it’s perfect when you can get that out of a crowd and when you can turn a crowd that’s my people, that’s my Canadian people who wanted to pop for me To get them to do that felt good.”

Trish Stratus and Becky Lynch are set to square off against each other in a steel cage match at the Payback Premium Live Event. We’ll have to see how they will book their feud after next week.

What’s your view on what Trish Stratus said? Were you shocked the Canadian fans turned on Trish Stratus like that? Let us know in the comments!

Subhojeet Mukherjee

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