Trish Stratus Net Worth 2021: Wiki Biography, Married, Family, Measurements, Height, Salary, Relationships

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Patricia Anne Stratigias was born on 18 December 1975, in the town of Richmond Hill in Ontario, Canada,and comes from a Canadian family of Greek and Polish descent. She will be more familiar to most by her former ring name – she is Trish Stratus, a retired WWF/WWE wrestler, fitness model and fitness guru. Though no longer a professional wrestler, Trish Stratus enjoyed a successful career that lasted almost seven years, winning seven WWE Women’s Championships and claiming numerous other titles, such as Diva of the Decade, WWE Hardcore Champion and thrice being named WWE Babe of the Year. Stratus’s net worth has skyrocketed owing to these successes, as well as her later work in television and in the fitness industry

So just how rich is Trish Stratus? Sources estimate that Trish has a net worth of $2.5 million, accumulated since she began work as a model in the late ’90s, and gleaned from several activities since.

Trish Stratus Net Worth $2.5 Million

Even as a child, Stratus had been a fan of wrestling and actively participated in various sports, playing field hockey and soccer during her time in York University. It was during her university years that she would first be noticed – while working as a receptionist at a local gym, Stratus was approached by “MuscleMag International” and offered the chance to do a test shoot. Soon after, she appeared on the cover of the May 1998 issue of the magazine, and a successful career in fitness modelling followed.

Trish Stratus’ net worth would take a real boost two years later, however, when she began her career as a professional wrestler in the World Wrestling Federation (soon renamed World Wrestling Entertainment). She first appeared as a “heel” in 2000, featuring in a fictitious story-line involving an affair between Stratus and Vince McMahon, Chairman of the WWF. This was not enough for Stratus, however – she debuted as a part-time wrestler in 2001, soon moving on to regular appearances and winning her first WWF/WWE Women’s Championship. As her popularity grew, so did her net worth. Over the next five years, Trish Stratus would win the WWE Women’s Championship six more times, to a record-breaking total of seven titles – more than any other WWE wrestler to date. She also gained numerous other honours, including Diva of the Decade, WWE Hardcore Champion and three-time WWE Babe of the Year. Stratus retired from professional wrestling on September 17, 2006.

However, Stratus has also found success as an actress and television personality, hosting her own show called “Stratusphere” on the TV channel “Travel + Escape”, and guest starring in several other productions. Furthermore, since retiring from professional wrestling, Stratus has begun a career in fitness, opening her own yoga studio – the “Stratusphere” – in suburban Toronto, Ontario. The studio was named Top Choice Awards’ Best New Business in 2009, and Trish Stratus herself would receive the Business Woman of the Year award in 2010.

In her personal life, Trish Stratus has been married to childhood sweetheart Ron Fisico since 2006; they have a son and live in the city of Toronto in Ontario, Canada.

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Full Name Trish Stratus
Net Worth $2.5 million
Date Of Birth December 18, 1975
Height 1.63 m
Weight 56.7 kg
Profession TV Personality, Fitness professional, Actor, Model, Professional Wrestler
Education York University, Bayview Secondary School
Nationality Canadian
Spouse Ron Fisico, Trish Stratus
Children Madison Patricia Stratus, Maximus Stratus Fisico
Parents John Stratigias, Alice Stratigias
Siblings Christie Stratigias, Melissa Stratigias
Awards WWE Hall of Fame
Nominations Geminis’ Hottest Star
Movies Gridlocked, Bail Enforcers, Taboo Tuesday (2005), New Year’s Revolution (2006), WWE: Insurrextion 2003, WWE: Unforgiven 2006, WWE: New Year’s Revolution, WWE: Armageddon 2002
TV Shows WWE Tough Enough, The Second City’s Next Comedy Legend, Armed & Famous, Saturday Night’s Main Event, VGX Award Show
# Trademark
1 Trademark move: Victory Roll
2 Trademark move: Backhand Chop where she sometimes licks her hand before delivering one
3 Trademark move: Double Leg Spinebuster
4 Trademark move: Whirlybird Headscissors (Handstand Cross-Legged Swinging Headscissors)
5 Trademark move: StratusFear (Handstand Frankensteiner)
6 Trademark move: Air Canada (Lou Thesz Press with punches)
7 Finishing move: Bulldog (2000)
8 Trademark move: The MaTrish (bridging evasion, just like in the movie Matrix)
9 Finishing move: Chick Kick (Roundhouse Kick)
10 Finishing move: Stratusfaction (Springboard bulldog)
# Quote
1 Stratusfaction Guaranteed!
2 I deliver Stratusfaction 100% guaranteed.
# Fact
1 Shares the same birthday as fellow WWE Superstar Steve Austin: December 18. Only 11 years apart.
2 Amy Dumas (Lita) is the godmother of her son, Maximus.
3 Was chosen by Amy Dumas also known as Lita, to induct her in the WWE Hall of Fame (2014) on April 5, 2014.
4 Lost the Women’s Championship to Mickie James at WrestleMania 22 after a 15 month reign as champion. [April 2006]
5 Won her fourth WWE Women’s Title at Wrestlemania 19 by defeating Victoria & Jazz [March 2003]
6 Returned to Raw, helping Ashley out against Torrie Wilson, Candice Michelle, and Victoria. [September 2005]
7 ## Lost the Women’s Title to Lita on the 12-06-2004 episode of Raw. [December 2004]
8 Has been sworn in as a police officer for the CBS reality show, Armed & Famous (2007). [December 2006]
9 Betrayed by Mickie James after they won against Victoria and Candice Michelle in a tag match at Saturday Night’s Main Event. [March 2006]
10 Turned on Chris Jericho during his match with Jason Reso (aka Christian) at Wrestlemania XX. [March 2004]
11 Defended the Women’s Title by winning the 6-Women Fulfill Your Fantasy Diva Battle Royal at Taboo Tuesday 2005. [November 2005]
12 Lost her Woman’s Championship belt to Lita in Sanford, North Carolina [December 2004]
13 Was set to face Mickie James in New Year’s Revolution 2006 for the Womens Title [December 2005]
14 ## Won her 6th WWE Women’s Title when she defeated Lita at New Year’s Revolution when she hit Lita with the Chick Kick. [January 2005]
15 Captured her fifth WWE Women’s Champsionship at Bad Blood 2004 when she beat Lita, Victoria and Gail Kim in a Fatal Four Way match. [June 2004]
16 Successfully defended her Women’s Title against Raw Diva Search Winner & Playboy Covergirl Christy Hemme at WrestleMania 21 when Trish hit Christy with the Chick Kick. [April 2005]
17 Her son Maximus Stratus Fisico was born on his parents 7th wedding anniversary.
18 Gave birth to her 1st child at age 37, a son Maximus Stratus Fisico on September 30, 2013. Child’s father is her husband, Ron Fisico.
19 Was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame on April 6, 2013 at Madison Square Garden in New York City. Other inductees were Bruno Sammartino, Bob Backlund, Mick Foley and Donald Trump.
20 On April 26th 2008 she opened a 5,200 square foot yoga studio, Stratusphere Yoga, at Vaughan Mills shopping complex in North Toronto, Canada with business partner and high school friend Janette Lynn.
21 Her husband, Ron, is a builder and constructed her yoga studio.
22 Is a certified Ashtanga yoga instructor and plans one day to teach classes at her yoga studio.
23 From years of wrestling, took yoga to heal an injured disc in her back.
24 Although she won the now-defunct World Wrestling Entertainment/Federation (WWE/F) Hardcore Championship, she is not recognized as a Hardcore Champion.
25 Married her high school sweetheart, Ron on September 30th 2006 in Toronto after 14 years together.
26 Won the Women’s Title in her final match against Lita on September 17th, 2006 at WWE Unforgiven (2006) in Toronto, Canada by using Bret Hart‘s finishing move, The Sharpshooter. Due to her retirement, the title was vacated and later won by Lita at WWE Cyber Sunday (2006) following a 7 week tournament.
27 Officially announced her retirement on August 28th, 2006 during WWE Raw (1993).
28 Is a Toronto Maple Leafs fan.
29 She’s been featured in a number of fitness and modeling publications including Muscle Mag International, the Fit Health Journal, Oxygen magazine and the UK’s Optimum Health and Fitness among others.
30 Trained by Ron Hutchinson, the same man responsible for training the likes of Edge, Christian, Johnny Swinger and Tiger Ali Singh.
31 In 1999, Trish got her foot in the door with wrestling as a co-host of the radio show Live Audio Wrestling.
32 Won Fox Sports ‘Girl Next Door’ Hottest Female Athlete (2004) in which she competed against 32 other mainstream female athletes in sports entertainment.
33 Was named “Diva of the Decade” during the RAW 10th Anniversary Special.
34 Named WWF/E Babe of the Year three times (2001, 2002, 2003), as chosen by Internet fans. Made the Cover of the WWE Divas Magazine (2002 & 2003) and won the title of Best WWE Diva (2003).
35 Attended York University, Toronto and was pre-med in Biology. She was aspiring to become a doctor before a teachers strike interrupted school.
36 Her mother Alice is a teacher of Polish descent, and her father John is a real estate agent of Greek descent
37 Owns a silver Cadillac STS & a 1967 Camaro SS.
38 Collects a shot glass for every city/town she visits.
39 Has 2 sisters; Christie and Melissa.
40 Former co-host of WWF Excess (2001), with Jonathan Coachman.
41 Diva who has managed Test and Albert (as the tag team T&A) Val Venis, Kurt Angle, Vince McMahon, Bubba Ray Dudley, Jeff Hardy, Chris Jericho, Christian, Tyson Tomko, Viscera, Ashley Massaro, Mickie James, Beth Phoenix, and Carlito.
42 An accomplished fitness model.
43 Spokesperson & representative for WNSA (World Natural Sports Association).

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