While appearing on the Wilde On podcast, Trish Stratus talked about his retirement from WWE in 2006.
“There were a few things that happened at the time. First, my contract was approaching. Especially in wrestling, I don’t really think about the following until I have to think about: You go, go, go, and it’s almost like this enthusiastic pace. So signing a deal makes me think about it for the first time and be conscious for two to five years. It meant that I had to think about what I wanted and what I needed. I was able to analyze everything I had done so far. These fulfillment checks were actually done. It was a bit cool because I didn’t go … what else did I want to achieve? What else can I achieve? I literally worked with all the women on the roster And I was very fortunate to have these wonderful and stubborn feuds with all these women. I love and connect. “
“And my mother got sick and was diagnosed with Hodgkin lymphoma.” Now is the time to talk and refocus on my family, “said only Space. If you are on the road, you can’t be there. I didn’t get her treatment or stay there for her. I couldn’t imagine … she’s recovering now and there’s only a sign that it’s about time. At the time, I knew Ric Flair and others would be coming back, so I didn’t think “I’m coming back lately.” It was my time, a small bunch of my career, and I was happy with it. I was proud. “
– WWE Sports
Trish Stratus explains why she retired from WWE in 2006
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