It looks like Daniel and Brie Bella aren’t the only ones expecting a new addition to their family.

It was announced on earlier today that Hall of Famer Trish Stratus is pregnant with her second child. She also posted the following tweet yesterday, officially announcing the pregnancy:


Stratus has been married to her high school sweetheart, Ron Fisico, since 2006. They have one child, Max, who was born on September 30, 2013.

A 7-time WWE Women’s Champion, Stratus has been a legendary performer in the company’s history. She has had countless incredible matches with her real-life best friend and fellow Hall of Famer, Lita, and the two of them were featured in the main event of a “Monday Night Raw” in 2004. It was the first time in history that a women’s match was the feature contest of the show.

Stratus last competed in a WWE Ring on the September 24, 2009 episode of “Raw.” She was the guest host of the show, and teamed with MVP and Mark Henry to take on the team of Beth Phoenix, Chris Jericho and The Big Show.

Editor’s Note:

Woohoo! The “Queen of Stratusfaction” was always one of my favorite performers in the ring, and was one of the true pioneers of women’s wrestling. Much congratulations to her and her husband! This is wonderful news!

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