"There are so many Divas who have come and gone who have left their mark in WWE: Ivory, Jazz, Lita, etc. … Ric Flair says, "To be the man, you gotta beat the man," so if I had to choose one, it'd be the Diva who most people would consider the greatest Diva of all time, Trish Stratus. The only reason I'd choose her is because I know in my heart that I can put her down."
"I'm just grateful for the moments I got to spend with her. Both Moolah and Mae were an important part of my life in WWE, especially in my first couple years in the company as they were my biggest cheerleaders. They were always encouraging me and telling me they liked how I didn't 'wrestle like a girl'. She was an inspiration to me and so many of the girls in the locker room. I used to tell her 'Mae, I want to be just like you when I grow up'. I'm going to miss her a lot."
When Cody Rhodes and Goldust had a lot of momentum going for them, there were talks of bringing Brandi Rhodes up to the main roster, but those discussions have died down as of late, as WWE is focusing all of their attention on the new network, Royal Rumble and Wrestlemania.
Trish Stratus has signed a new deal with the Treadmill Factory, where the former WWE diva will see many of her fitness and yoga products being placed in a couple of their stores across Canada and on their official website.
Trish Stratus has enlisted the help of former WWE riva, Lita, to help promote her online store during Black Friday.
While she is currently training at the performance center, WWE is expected to call Brandi Rhodes up as an on screen character first.
Brandi Rhodes has announced that she will be returning to WWE and will start training at the performance center on Monday.