Trish Stratus recently appeared in a podcast and revealed who she wants to play if a biopic is ever made.
Appearing on My Mom’s Basement podcast, Stratus said that she was hopeful her extraordinary career would one day be made into a biopic. When Fox suggested the idea of Margot Robbie playing her, Stratus seemed to be in favor of the casting. She said, “Okay I accept that. I like that.”
Fox also suggested the idea of Cara Delevigne playing her best friend Lita. Stratus seemed to like that idea as well, saying that Cara could play her maybe not looks wise, but personality wise.
Trish Stratus’s accolades
Trish Stratus is a seven-time WWE Women’s Champion, one-time WWE Hardcore Champion and WWE Hall Of Famer. She began her career in WWE in 2002. She was really popular with her fans and because of this, she was made “WWE Babe Of The Year” and “Diva of the Decade”. After nearly seven years in WWE, she retired from wrestling on a full-time basis at WWE Unforgiven on September 17, 2006, after winning her record setting WWE Women’s Championship for the seventh time. She was inducted into WWE Hall Of Fame(Class of 2013).
Stratus would later return to WWE, participating in the 2018 WWE Women’s Royal Rumble Match. She would also compete in an all women’s event, Evolution, in October of the same year. She also had a match against Charlotte Flair in SummerSlam 2019.
The following year, she became the first woman to receive the Lou Thesz Award fro George Tragos/Lou Thesz Professional Wrestling Hall Of Fame. In 2021, WWE named Trish Stratus as the greatest female superstar of all time.
In 2023, she came out of retirement once again and is set to participate in a six-woman tag team match alongside Becky Lynch and Lita to face Damage CTRL at WrestleMania 39 next month.
Here’s how fans reacted to Trish Stratus wanting Margot Robbie to play her: