Trish Stratus came back on “WWE Monday Night Raw”

altThe fans of the popular WWE Woman’s championship were in shock when found out about the returning of such great star as Trish Stratus that was rather unexpected after her sensational retiring in 2006. Her comeback happened last night during “WWE Monday Night Raw”. All the viewers had a chance to watch Trish in her best shape during the fight between the team of her with John Cena and the team of Santino Marella and his partner Beth Phoenix (present WWE Woman’s champion).

According to John Cena words, he needed Trish as a female part of his team. At the beginning he expected Kelly Kelly will be his partner, but Kelly left the championship after The Miz’s words that her hotel room was destroyed. That’s why Mr. Cena had to find someone else instead of Kelly, he called Trish and she appeared 30 minutes before the fight in the building where the championship was held.

Prior to her appearance on last night\'s WWE Monday Night RAW, rumors have been circulating that Trish Stratus will be visiting the backstage of the show, which is something she has hinted on her blog for the past weeks, along with her on-going feud with Beth Phoenix. However, at the time, her schedule and participation on the program wasn\'t confirmed. 

Stratus was last seen on the May 5 episode of RAW in which she took part in a backstage segment involving Ron Simmons and Trevor Murdoch. 

After beginning her career as a fitness model, Stratus began working for the World Wrestling Federation (WWF), which was later renamed World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE), in March 2000. As her wrestling skills and popularity strengthened, she became a one-time WWE Hardcore Champion, three-time \"WWE Babe of the Year\" and was proclaimed \"Diva of the Decade.\" On September 17, 2006, she retired after nearly seven years in the wrestling business, following her seventh victory in the WWE Women\'s Championship, the most in WWE history. 

Aside from wrestling, Trish Stratus also starred in the competitive reality series Armed and Famous, The Second City\'s Next Comedy Legend and the travel program Stratusphere.