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Today in History: Trish Stratus & Christian vs. Chris Jericho at Backlash 2004

On this day in history:

April 18th, 2004 | After Trish Stratus turned on Chris Jericho at WrestleMania 20, the stage was set for a feud that was as much about him against her as it was about him against Christian. At 2004’s Backlash, karma finally arrived when Trish and Christian teamed up to face Jericho in a Handicap match. Trish found herself the victim of collateral damage, being squashed against the turnbuckle by a catapulted Christian and thus was unable to stop Jericho from pinning Christian for the victory.

What are your memories of this moment?

Also occurring today in history:
* 4/18/04 – Victoria defeated Lita to retain the Women’s Title at Backlash 2004.
* 4/18/10 – Madison Rayne & Velvet Sky defeated Angelina Love & Tara at Lockdown 2010. Madison won the Knockouts Title and retained the Knockouts Tag Team Titles.

Note: This was originally posted on 4/18/13.

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