Trish Stratus: I Would Put Charlotte Flair As Number One On Top WWE Female List

To coincide with WWE content moving to Peacock, WWE and Peacock put out a list naming the top 50 greatest female superstars in modern WWE.

Trish Stratus was at the top of the list, leading to plenty of controversy and discussion, as any subjective list is going to do.

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Speaking to Busted Open Radio, Trish commented on her place on the list.

"It's a bold thing for them to put out. Lists are subjective. I don't know who was behind the list. Did my mom vote? Internally, with me and my team, I knew there was the top five and I was grateful to be in the top five. I for sure thought Charlotte was going to be number one. That's where I put her. It was crazy when they put that video package together and you get emotional looking back on that ride and they position you the way they did. I was lucky. I say all the time that I only got any accolades that I got because of the people that surrounded me. I was green and a lot of things we did was a team effort and we got to conquer these things together. In a way, we were lucky that we had a crappy landscape at the time and had these obstacles we had to overcome. By doing that, we were able to tackle barriers. It was the timing of my career. I didn't get a prize yet. I don't know what they're going to send me. I'm still waiting," she said.

Charlotte was ranked number two on the list.

Trish and Charlotte are no strangers to each other as they shared the ring at SummerSlam 2019, which is Trish's last match.

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