Lita vs Trish Stratus
Two women revolutionize sports entertainment and raise the bar for WWE's growing Diva's Division en route to Hall of Fame careers.
This one might have been a little too obvious, but come on, can you blame us? There is literally no other feud that could have possibly claimed the number one spot other than Trish Stratus vs Lita. Two career rivals who were having some of the hottest segments in the Attitude Era, without having to ever tear off each other’s bra and panties.
At a time when women were looked at as nothing more than eye candy, Lita and Trish made names for themselves by taking bumps that were as hard as the guys were taking on a regular basis. At the very start of their feud–not long after Trish’s debut–they kicked things off by climbing a ladder, and Trish pushing Lita through a table. Talk about starting things off with a bang!
From there, the two flip flopped on and off between being beloved friends, and bitter enemies. They traded the Women’s Championship often with each other, and gave Monday Night Raw it’s first women’s main event. To this day, the feud between Lita and Trish is considered to be both the pinnacle of women’s professional wrestling, and an essential precursor to the Women’s Revolution.
Lita: Amy Christine Dumas (/dʊˈmɑː/; born April 14, 1975), better known by her ring nameLita, is an American animal welfare activist, singer, and retired professional wrestler. She performed as a full-time wrestler with WWE from 2000 to 2006, and has since made part-time appearances with the company. She was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2014.
Female of the Year (2006)
Diva of the Year (2006)
WWF/WWE Women's Championship (4 times)
WWE Women's Championship Tournament (2006)
WWE Hall of Fame (Class of 2014)
Trish: Patricia Anne Stratigeas (/ˈstrætɪdʒiəs/; born December 18, 1975) better known by the ring name Trish Stratus, is a Canadian fitness master, fitness model, and professional wrestler. Often regarded as one of the greatest women's performers, she is also one of the most popular female superstars in the World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE).
Best Female Wrestler of the Decade (2010)
Iron Mike Mazurki Award (2016)
Double X Award (2006)
Three Degrees Award (2006)
Lou Thesz Award (2020)
World record: Most WWE Women's Championships (6 times)
Sandy Hawley Community Service Award (2017)
Woman of the Year (2002, 2003, 2005, 2006)
Woman of the Decade (2000–2009)
WWE Hardcore Championship (1 time)
WWE Women's Championship (7 times)
WWE Hall of Fame (Class of 2013)
Babe of the Year (2001–2003)
Diva of the Decade (2003)