On this day in history:

October 11th, 2004 | While in Manchester, England, Trish Stratus defended her Women’s Title against Stacy Keibler, who had gotten some lucky victories over the past few weeks. This challenge proved to be too much for the underdog, though, and she lost to Trish after being hit with the Chick Kick. A multi-women brawl soon followed, leading to Victoria, Nidia and Stacy chasing off Trish, Gail Kim and Molly Holly.

What are your memories of this moment?

  • perceval

    The most rare of stipulations, the fog match.

  • DayOneISH!

    Stacy will always be in my top 10 favorites I generally enjoyed her every time she came on.If only Total divas was around during this time Stacy and torrie would’ve been all over that.

    • jcott3

      Trish once joked that they couldn’t have done Total Divas back then because “we were all BFF’s”, but if they had, Stacy and Torrie probably would been the equivalent of the Bellas, the focal points of the show.

      • DayOneISH!

        What if Sable was on Total Divas good lord that would be must see tv lol

        • TorrieTrishStacyLita

          Oh Lord Sable would SLAYYYY. That is all the drama for the season lol.

      • perceval

        Not to mention how the women were about keeping their private lives private. We didn’t know Victoria was married or about Trish’s boyfriend until she announced her retirement.

  • Star_Lee

    Queens

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      • Star_Lee

        No

  • jcott3

    These two were so similar in many ways. Both had the look, the charisma, that “it” factor that grabbed everyone’s attention, … There was only one difference: passion for the business. Trish’s goal was to improve, be respected for her ring work and not just be a pretty face. Stacy, on the other hand, didn’t care about wrestling: her goal was to get noticed by Hollywood.

    • Moan of ‘Licia

      Stacy stuck in the business for longer than most indy bred girls. Sure she wanted fame and praise in other circles, but she didn’t come into the game using it as a stepping stone. She was actually willing to learn her craft. Which is why even with her limited ring skills, she didn’t have any embarrassing miscalculations or such. She was the perfect underdog, and knew ring psychology like the best.

      • jcott3

        Stacy herself has said the wrestling business was nothing but “a steppingstone” to her. The Dudleys have said said she “had no love whatsoever for the business” (they did say she was a nice girl, though). Ivory has talked about how “uncooperative” and “unwilling to learn” she and Torrie were when they first came in. So pardon me if I call BS on you.

        • Kat Love

          Who cares if they used it as a stepping stone. Why do you care so much?

      • TorrieTrishStacyLita

        Yes!!

  • TorrieTrishStacyLita

    I wanted Stacy to win this match so badly. It was hard to know who to root for because I loved them both

  • Corey Anderson

    This will always be my favorite stacy moment however I always wonder what could’ve been if it was torrie wilson vs heel trish