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Calgary Sun Article/Interview with Natalya – 7/30/2020
 
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  2020/07/30
 

I’m never good at saying goodbye as I always just say “I’ll see you later!” I remember the first time I moved away from home and I had to say goodbye to my family and life in Calgary, to embark on my journey in WWE in 2007. I didn’t have much money except what I had saved up from waitressing and I knew I was leaving a lot behind, especially because I’m so close to my family, but I was ready to grow personally and professionally. I brought one suitcase of clothes with me to Florida and started a whole new life to try and see a dream come to fruition. It was hard to leave home not knowing when I’d be back, but what made it all so special was knowing that I was getting the opportunity to live my dreams of being a WWE Superstar.

This week WWE said goodbye to Kairi Sane, as she is moving on to exciting new adventures in her life. I couldn’t be more proud of Kairi and all that she’s accomplished in just a few short years after leaving Japan to chase her dreams in WWE. She is a former WWE Women’s Tag Team Champion, a former NXT Women’s Champion and also the winner of the inaugural Mae Young Classic in 2017 where she defeated Shayna Baszler.

I remember meeting Kairi for the very first time with Beth Phoenix at the Mae Young Classic, as she stood out in such a special way to me. After watching her compete, I said to Beth, “Kairi is so talented in the ring. She also has a way of connecting with the audience that is so genuine and so authentic.” Beth responded by saying, “The audience loves Kairi because they can feel how much heart she has and how much she loves what she does in the ring.”

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Source – Calgary Sun

 
Calgary Sun Article/Interview with Natalya – 7/24/2020
 
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  2020/07/25
 

I’ll be the first to admit, during the last six months there have been some days where I’ve felt really down, isolated and just not myself. We’re halfway into what may indeed be the hardest year of our lives and these are unprecedented times. That said, with all that is going on I’m so incredibly proud of my coworkers and WWE for being vigilant about continuing to produce weekly television shows and make people around the world smile during challenging times.

I have spent 12 years travelling the world full time, working nearly 300 days a year. I loved that lifestyle, hence why I’ve competed in more matches than any other woman in WWE history. I love being inside the ring, seeing lots of people and doing my job.  In addition, I love flying into towns, hopping into a rental car and packing suitcases that would get me through weeks on the road. I love the fans and the rush of the crowd, as they will always let you know if you’re doing something right or if you’re doing something wrong. I’ve learned so much more than I can ever explain just listening to our WWE Universe. I miss them very much and look forward to their return.

When I was writing this column this week, I started thinking about the people who inspire me and why it’s so important we continue to motivate each other every single day. It’s important we continue to ask each other how we are doing and making sure we take care of our mental health. It’s important that we are not only kind to each other but kind to ourselves. None of us have ever been through a global pandemic before, unless you were alive for the Spanish flu in 1918. We’re all doing the best we can to get through this.

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Source – Calgary Sun

 
Natalya On The R-Truth Game Show – 7/21/2020
 
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  2020/07/21
 

Natalya along with Drew McIntyre was contestants on R-Truth’s new game show on the WWE Network. You can watch anytime now streaming on the WWE Network.

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Calgary Sun Article/Interview with Natalya – 7/17/2020
 
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  2020/07/17
 

It’s exciting to look back on the past five years of the Women’s Evolution in WWE and see all that has been accomplished. I feel like we’ve come such a long way in WWE’s women’s division and broken so many barriers that we never thought were possible.

When I got hired by WWE in 2007, I came into the company at a challenging time for the women’s division. It wasn’t the edgy “Attitude Era” anymore and at that time we certainly weren’t where we are today in terms of women getting a lot of time on TV with strong storylines and being a part of historical, groundbreaking matches. The women in WWE were fighting to show what we could do in the ring, on the microphone and with merchandise sales if we were given a chance.

Not soon after, the stars aligned for the women in WWE and by the summer of 2015, the Women’s Evolution was in full swing in WWE. After #GiveDivasAChance trended for three days on social media, the WWE Universe got their wish to see the women get equal opportunities to show what we could do. In just five years, the women of WWE have accomplished so many “first ever moments” and many of those historical moments I’ve been privileged to be a part of, such as the first women’s Royal Rumble, the first women’s Money In the Bank Ladder match, the first women’s Hell in a Cell match, the first all-women’s PPV event named Evolution, the first Iron Woman match, the first women’s main event of WrestleMania and the first women’s match in Saudi Arabia.

I have so many fond memories of the past five years. I remember when it was announced that there would be a women’s Royal Rumble. Royal Rumble is my favourite WWE events of the year because it’s the start of WrestleMania season. I remember finding out about all of the amazing female talent who would be in that match like Torrie Wilson, Michelle McCool, Trish Stratus, Lita and Molly Holly to name a few. I was so excited to be in the ring making history with them, and when I learned that my best friend Beth Phoenix was also in the match, I felt like I was making my dreams come true with my best friend. It has been many years since Beth had retired from WWE but in one magical night, it was like she had never left and we were right in our element once again.

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Source – Calgary Sun

 
Calgary Sun Article/Interview with Natalya – 7/10/2020
 
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  2020/07/10
 

In the years I’ve written my column, I haven’t had the chance to interview one of the most important people in my life: my husband and former WWE Superstar, TJ Wilson.

In just a short conversation with TJ, he brings up so many important perspectives that aren’t only related to what we do in the ring, but more so what’s really important in life.

TJ had his first professional wrestling match when he was 15 years old in Rockyford, Alta., at the Rockyford Rodeo in front of 200 people. “That day is etched in my mind forever,” TJ said. “I felt extreme nervousness going into the match, it was surreal. It was only a three-and-a-half minute match with Harry Smith as my partner against my best friends Matt and Ted. We were in this thing together and I was hooked. I knew I was a lifer, but also knew I had a lot more work ahead of me, but it made me so happy to know I was doing something that I loved. Now I had something to work for.”

TJ has to be the biggest wrestling aficionado I know. It’s safe to call him a modern day in-ring historian because he has such a vast knowledge of WWE history. I wanted to know what his favourite match was from a fan’s point of view, and he answered without hesitation, “SummerSlam 1992. Bret Hart vs Davey Boy Smith. I didn’t know wrestling matches could look like that or make me feel like that match made me feel watching it. Prior to that, there were a lot of larger than life characters, but they weren’t having those kinds of wrestling matches. That match was like nothing I’d ever seen before. At the time, I was a really casual fan because I was just a kid. It was a crazy dynamic to watch that many people, nearly 83,000 people, reacting to every single thing that they did in the ring and not being able to pick a side. They loved Davey and they loved Bret. It was the first time I watched a match and could really feel the story in the ring and understand it. After I watched that match, I knew that I wanted to wrestle and I knew that would be my career.”

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Source – Calgary Sun

 
Calgary Sun Article/Interview with Natalya – 7/2/2020
 
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  2020/07/02
 

I want to wish all of my Canadian friends and family a happy belated Canada Day! I also want to dedicate my column this week to one of my favourite people, Bret Hart, and wish him a very happy birthday.

I was thinking what I could give Bret for his birthday that would make him smile and remind him of how loved he is by myself and so many others. So I called upon some of my coworkers and close friends in WWE to help me spread the “Hitman” love! One of the most decorated WWE superstars of all time, Edge, said: “Bret is the architect of the wrestling matches I use as building blocks for my matches. Bret’s matches always felt real. They say not to meet your heroes, which may be true. Unless your hero is Bret Hart. Bret has meant fathoms more than he realizes to my life and career. Happy birthday Bret!”

WWE Hall of Famer Beth Phoenix responded, “To some kids, Batman, Spider-Man or Superman were superheroes, but to me, no Caped Crusader could hold a candle to Bret ‘Hitman’ Hart. As much as I admired and was motivated by Bret’s in ring career, it was getting to know him as a friend that gave me new insight into what truly makes a hero. Bret demonstrates that it’s not about the boots or tights (although pink and black will always be the coolest). It’s having steadfastness. Empathy Loyalty. Integrity. Demonstrating leadership by supporting others. Thank you Bret for being a person that continues to inspire me. And … you would totally tap out Batman with the Sharpshooter!”

WWE producer and former WWE Superstar TJ Wilson shared a special memory with me about Bret that I hadn’t heard before. He said, “After the Iron Man Match (WrestleMania 12), I remember that night so clearly. Bret never went to the usual WrestleMania after party. So after WrestleMania was over, Bret’s kids (Blade and Dallas) and myself went back to the rooms we were all staying in at the hotel. Bret had a room, that was attached to his kids’ rooms. So we went back to Blade and Dallas’ room and we pulled the mattresses off the bed and started wrestling around for hours. I remember how hot and sweaty we were from wrestling on the mattresses like we were in WrestleMania, too. Looking back, we were having the time of our lives doing something that we love. Suddenly Bret walked in, and us kids thought we were going to get in big trouble for being too rowdy and pulling the mattresses of the beds. Bret wasn’t mad at all. Bret said he loved that we were wrestling. I will never forget that memory. It was those early years of my life where I was watching Bret Hart wrestle in some of the greatest wrestling matches of all time, and to have his approval that he wanted us to wrestle because it made us feel good, really shaped me.”

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Source – Calgary Sun

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