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Trish Stratus shows off NASTY wounds from WWE Payback match

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WWE Hall of Famer, Trish Stratus, recently showcased her unparalleled commitment and passion for the sport. In what was the first Steel Cage match of her illustrious career, Stratus went toe-to-toe with Becky Lynch.

The two wrestling powerhouses opened the show in Pittsburgh, setting the tone for what was to be an unforgettable night.

The match between Stratus and Lynch wasn’t just another bout; it was a testament to the sheer resilience and determination of both wrestlers. While Becky emerged victorious, the aftermath of the match revealed the extent of the physical toll it took on Stratus.

The wrestling legend took to Twitter to share a photograph of her severe bruises, a stark reminder of the brutality she endured inside the steel cage. The image was accompanied by a simple yet powerful hashtag: #ThankYouBecky.

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Trish Stratus: Unexpected Twists and Turns

However, Becky wasn’t the sole participant to confront Stratus during the Payback event. In a surprising turn of events, Zoey Stark, Stratus’s protégé, delivered her signature Z360 finishing move on her mentor.

This shocking act marked the end of their alliance, adding another layer of drama to the already intense evening.

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A Standing Ovation for Stratus

Despite the physical and emotional challenges of the night, Stratus’s indomitable spirit shone through.

After the match, the fans in Pittsburgh gave her a standing ovation, a heartfelt gesture acknowledging her dedication and contribution to the sport.

This poignant moment wasn’t broadcast during the event but was later shared on WWE’s official YouTube channel for fans worldwide to witness.

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