Patricia Anne Stratigeas, better known by her ring name Trish Stratus, is a retired professional wrestler, former fitness model, fitness master, actress, and television personality from Canada. She is widely considered the greatest female sports entertainer of all time and a trailblazer for women in sports in general. Stratigeas began her career as a fitness model, appearing on the covers of numerous magazines. Having been a wrestling enthusiast since childhood, she eagerly accepted when World Wrestling Federation (WWF, now WWE) came calling. Signing a multi-year contract with the promotion, she debuted in 2000 at the height of the Attitude Era. Over the course of her career, she proved herself to be equally gifted inside the ring and with a microphone, playing both heel and face with the same amount of charisma and finesse. She won the WWF/E Women's Championship seven times, Pro Wrestling Illustrated magazine’s Woman of the Year recognition four times as well as the Woman of the Decade accolade. Since her retirement in 2006, she has made sporadic appearances in WWE events and runs a Yoga studio in the suburbs of Toronto, Canada. In 2013, Stratus was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame.