Trish Stratus Believes The Change From Vince McMahon To Triple H In WWE Has Been “Seamless”

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Trish Stratus has shed light on her thoughts of Triple H’s creative versus that of Vince McMahon.

Stratus would make her return to WWE programming to host Money in the Bank on July 6th, and according to the woman herself, Stratus didn’t feel too much friction or notice much of a difference from her time spent in WWE in 2023.

Trish recently spoke to Inside the Ropes, where she would analyze the Venn diagram of differences and similarities from the old guard and the new, noting that it was largely the same as it always had been.

“I don’t know, I think as a mature talent, one that’s been around for a long time like me, the creative process was quite the same. It was sort of about pitching the ideas, speaking about what we thought and I was able to execute sort of the timeline that I thought would be great and that I knew that I wanted to deliver and we were all on the same page with things. I was on the same page with Vince storyline wise except for that he didn’t want me to come back, he just thinks baby face, they’re never going to boo you. I’m like, ‘Yeah, they are.’ I think the process sort of seemed the same. There was a little bit changing of the guard that happened like wait, who do we talk to? That was a bit of a confusing time but besides that, it’s about how you handle your business I guess in a way. You talk to your writers, you figure out the storyline, you find the best way to execute it, and I found that it was pretty seamless for me.”

-Trish Stratus

During Money in the Bank, Stratus would have a run-in with the eventual winner of the Women’s Money in the Bank ladder match, Tiffany Stratton, who at the press conference following the closing of the event stated she was more than ready to go one on one with Stratus, and so it’s possible that we haven’t seen the last of her inside the ring.

Stratus would also introduce John Cena to the surprise of the Toronto crowd. Cena would go on to announce that he’ll be officially retiring in 2025. You can find more details on that announcement here.

H/T to Fightful for the transcription.

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