Trish Stratus on Cardi B’s Excitement for Her WWE Return
Cardi B’s Tweet Sparks Stratus’ Enthusiasm
WWE Hall of Famer Trish Stratus recently opened up about her excitement when hip-hop icon Cardi B tweeted about her WWE return. Stratus spoke with Robbie Fox to promote this year’s WrestleMania 39 premium live event. The event will see the former world champion team up with Lita and Becky Lynch to face Damage CTRL in a thrilling six-woman tag team match.
In the interview, Stratus discussed Cardi B’s tweet, expressing the rapper’s excitement to see Stratus and Lita in the ring together. Stratus shared her reaction and insights into the connection between them.
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“It’s obviously because of our derrière, our back ends. We both have asses that have been talked about for decades now [laughs]. No, there’s much more. I don’t know, I think it’s cool. She was looking at it like a strong female badass. That’s who Cardi B is. She grew up on that. Did I influence Cardi B? Maybe, I don’t know. But I think it’s cool. To me, it’s a successful woman in another industry uplifting another woman and giving that awareness. It’s all about that. It’s about supporting and uplifting other women because the stronger as a group, with us all supporting each other and recognizing there’s a space for everyone is super important and what really makes us continue to grow.”
Stratus Admits to Fangirling Over Cardi B’s Tweet
Trish Stratus also confessed that she had a fan girl moment when she saw Cardi B’s tweet. She revealed that her friend reminded her of the significance of her role in the industry and the impact she may have had on women like Cardi B, who also succeeded in a male-dominated world.
“That’s the thing, right. It’s nostalgic. It’s funny because I actually said that to a friend. I was like, ‘Oh my….’ I mean, did I fangirl about her tweet? Yes, I did. I thought that was cool. I showed a friend, and she goes, ‘Yeah, of course. Remember what you represent. That’s the nostalgic thing, like she grew up watching what you did, a woman making it in a male-dominated world, and she dod that too. How cool. Did you influence it? I don’t know.’ But that’s what she saw, and she had that representation, she had that visibility. So yeah, it’s really neat to be in that position. Did I fangirl? Yeah, a little bit.”