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Calgary Sun Article/Interview with Natalya – 7/18/2019
 
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  2019/07/19
 

The road to SummerSlam has begun and I almost can’t believe that just a few months after WrestleMania we’re getting ready to kick off the biggest event of the summer.

With next week’s Raw Reunion featuring WWE Hall of Famers such as Ric Flair, Hulk Hogan, Shawn Michaels and Stone Cold Steve Austin, the road to SummerSlam will heat up even more. In the words of Steve Austin: “Gimme a hell yeah!”

This past week on Raw, I competed in a “Fatal 4-Way” elimination match against some of the top female Superstars in WWE. Alexa Bliss, Carmella, and Naomi, all former women’s champions, pushed me to my limits. I knew inside I couldn’t lose that match and had to fight with everything I had because if I won, I was going to get the opportunity to face the Raw Women’s Champion Becky Lynch at SummerSlam in my home country of Canada.

When I put Alexa Bliss in the Sharpshooter and she tapped out, I secured what I’ve been fighting so hard for in our WWE Women’s Division, a chance to put the Women’s Championship back around my waist.

SummerSlam is really special to me. I look back and think about some of my favourite moments in WWE, and they were at SummerSlam. I remember the match my uncles Bret Hart and the British Bulldog Davey Boy Smith had in 1992 at Wembley Stadium in England in front of 82,000 people. To this day, the WWE Universe and our WWE Superstars still speak of that match as one of the greatest matches of all time. To have a whole stadium of people on their feet with epic storytelling and athleticism is something every single Superstar in WWE dreams of doing.

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Calgary Sun Article/Interview with Natalya – 7/11/2019
 
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  2019/07/12
 

I had such an incredible experience a few weeks ago doing something that made my heart happy, as I had the chance to rescue two kittens from a shelter. It reminded of the importance of helping animals in need and it feels great to be able to make a difference where I can.

Growing up in a family of animal lovers, we have rescued many cats and dogs over the years. At one point, my grandfather Stu Hart had over a dozen rescue animals living at the Hart House.  Once the cats and dogs were saved by my grandfather, they were loved like they were part of the family because, in my opinion, pets are family.

We also rescued animals.  I remember Lambert, a small black and white cat who was left on the side of the highway. My dad found her and brought her home to us after he had won the WWE Tag Team Championship. Then there was Cheeko, our beautiful black and tan short hair Chihuahua who was roaming our neighbourhood lost, starving and overheated. We put up signs on every corner of the block to see if anyone lost their dog and no one ever claimed him, so we got to keep him! We gave Cheeko a beautiful home where he was pampered to the nines. Cheeko and Lambert became best of pals; almost as if they knew they were “saved” and that was their bond.

My mom currently has two feral cats named Jeebers and Mitsy that she rescued from an alley outside of downtown Tampa. My dad loved Jeebers so much, and Jeebers offered a lot of companionship to my dad during the last years of his life, proving that the love animals give can be very therapeutic. My cat Charlotte is a rescue cat. She was left in a dumpster.  We saved her and now she is such a special part of our home. She’s also the most spoiled cat in our house. Sorry, 2pawz.

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Calgary Sun Article/Interview with Natalya – 6/27/2019
 
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  2019/06/28
 

I was on a flight this week headed to Raw and as I started working on my column, I turned my attention to the airplane movies. I thought, maybe they have some new releases I’ll check out. I always have to be doing five things at once!

Scanning through the movies, I came across one I’ve been wanting to do watch. The movie was “Fighting With My Family” and it was film based on the life of my good friend Paige.

As I started watching the movie, I was thinking to myself, “Wow! This is so cool that Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson made a movie about a girl I know and that I have stepped into the ring against many times before!” In fact, some of my favorite matches in my career have been against Paige and now I’m viewing a movie on her life. What a small (and awesome) world it is.

I watched “Fighting With My Family” with an open heart and an open mind. I told myself I wouldn’t be biased toward liking it just because it was about my friend.

The truth is, I enjoyed the movie from the beginning to end because I felt it was relatable. Even if you had never watched WWE or wrestling before, you’d “get it.”

Paige grew up in a quirky British wrestling family from a small town in England. She competed doing local shows for her family’s wrestling promotion and had wrestled alongside her brother and parents since she was 10 years old.

Paige attended a WWE tryout with her brother and Paige was picked to join WWE’s developmental program. Her brother Zack was not chosen. Paige felt guilty that she was selected and this was her brothers dream more than it was hers.

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Calgary Sun Article/Interview with Natalya – 6/20/2019
 
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  2019/06/21
 

With the 25th NXT TakeOver having taken place a few weeks ago, it got me thinking about why we need to believe in ourselves and each other.

I was a part of the first NXT TakeOver that took place on May 29, 2014. When I was asked to be on that show, I remember being excited about working towards something great and wanting to create a masterpiece. NXT at the time was WWE’s developmental system, but since that time it has grown incredibly into a successful third brand for the company. I was asked to be in a match with an up and coming female superstar from NXT by the name of Charlotte Flair. Like myself, Charlotte is carrying on her family’s legacy as she the daughter of the legendary Ric Flair.

In 2014, Charlotte never had a match or a moment where the NXT fans could see what she was truly capable of. I remember my first encounter with her was backstage in the NXT locker room. We were talking about following in our families footsteps, how hard it is and how we both felt more pressure than others to be our best.

Charlotte said to me: “Sometimes I don’t know if I’m good enough or athletic enough. Everyone expects me to be as good as my dad and I’m just getting started.” I told her how funny it is that she mentioned this to me because it was exactly how I felt for many years of my early career. I also felt that I wasn’t “enough.” It’s so easy to feel that way in a world where everything is moving so fast.

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Calgary Sun Article/Interview with Natalya – 6/14/2019
 
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  2019/06/14
 

It was a whirlwind seven days to say the least! It was an awesome experience with WWE going to the Middle East. The most rewarding and special part was being able to visit a children’s hospital and brightening the spirits of some very tough kids.

One of the little girls I met, Jude, who was being treated at the hospital, smiled when myself and several other WWE superstars greeted her. She beamed from ear to ear when we gave her a shirt, an action figure and we all took a photo with her. It was a great feeling to know that as representatives of WWE, we could use our global reach and make a difference in the lives of others who are going through hard times. A little love goes a long way.

After our trip overseas, we landed in San Francisco prior to Monday Night Raw, which was in San Jose. San Francisco happens to be where my dad’s sister Debbie and her husband Paul live. On a whim, I decided to surprise them with an impromptu visit.

When Debbie answered the door, it was such a great feeling to see her face because I was instantly reminded of my dad’s smile. I felt like even though I was thousands of miles away from my house, I was suddenly “home.” We don’t get to see each other as much as we would like, but it feels like every time I see my aunt Debbie and uncle Paul, we always pick up where we left off.

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Calgary Sun Article/Interview with Natalya – 5/30/2019
 
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  2019/05/30
 

With my birthday having just passed this week, my sister @harttotable asked me to reflect on my big day and share if I’m feeling wiser or just older! Let me just start by saying I had such a nice birthday. I had the weekend off and enjoyed every single moment at home with my family. I usually don’t get a lot of time off, but when I do get time at home it’s the best. I never want to leave my house!

Being on the road so much for work makes me really cherish sleeping in my own bed, drinking coffee I’ve brewed in my kitchen, scrambling eggs on my stove, spending time in my garden, petting my cats and driving in my own car. Those little luxuries are big luxuries for me since I’m often living in hotels, rental cars and the nearest Starbucks!

My younger sister, Muffy, came down to visit last week with her sons Lachlan and Maddox. Muffy celebrates her birthday one day before mine and we are one year apart. So for one day a year, we are the same age. We’ve always thought that was pretty cool being twins for a day. My mom baked us the most delicious birthday cake that was half chocolate and vanilla. Every year she makes us a cake and it’s been our tradition since we were kids. There’s nothing like my mom’s baking and don’t even get me started about her banana bread. As I get older, I appreciate my mom’s homemade gifts, because they come straight from her heart and that’s something that money can’t buy.

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