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Calgary Sun Article/Interview with Natalya – 3/14/2019
 
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  2019/03/14
 

The road to WrestleMania leads us in so many directions, but we have so many amazing things we get to do as WWE Superstars along the way. One of those special days happened this week at the Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh, where we met some pretty incredible kids.

This was my fourth visit to the UPMC Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh. This hospital, in particular, is really special to the WWE family, as it’s where Connor’s Cure originated. Connor’s Cure is a fund started by WWE to raise money and awareness to support children with cancer. It was named after a little boy by the name of Connor Michalek. Connor was inspired to keep fighting by WWE Superstar Daniel Bryan and he inspired the entire WWE Universe around the world with his bravery and courage in his battle with cancer. It broke our hearts to lose Connor in 2014, but his memory and legacy live on today in a powerful way thanks to Connor’s Cure.

It was so cool to be able to bring my friends — fellow WWE Superstars Roman Reigns, Seth Rollins and Finn Balor — to visit the kids at the hospital. Kelsey, one of the patients there, jumped for joy when Seth walked into the room, and she was even wearing his shirt. I could see the light in her eyes when Seth hugged her and told her he wanted her to come to a live Monday Night Raw taping. We all signed a Championship Title for her and gave it to her as a memory of our visit and as a token that WWE always has her back.

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Calgary Sun Article/Interview with Natalya – 3/1/2019
 
Published by:
  2019/03/02
 

This past week on Monday Night Raw we all witnessed something truly remarkable: the return of Roman Reigns. This was not just any return, but an incredible story of hope, faith and the power of the human spirit.

On October 22, 2018, Roman Reigns announced the devastating newsthat he been diagnosed with leukemia for a second time. In the words of Winston Churchill:  “If you’re going through hell, keep going.” Roman did just that.

I remember exactly where I was when I heard the announcement that Roman was diagnosed with leukemia. We were all shocked backstage because very few of us knew that he was sick. When we found out that he had leukemia in his early 20s and that it had returned, this news left us all speechless. Roman always seemed like such an unstoppable force. I wondered to myself if he would be strong enough to come back because I know just how serious his fight was going to be and it is not something that any of us take lightly.  Our hearts broke for Roman, and I thought to myself about how precious and fragile life is.  In the last four months since his announcement, the entire world waited to see when and if Roman Reigns would return to WWE. We all wanted him to come back and be the Superman that he was before; our locker room leader who was so stoic and strong.

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Calgary Sun Article/Interview with Natalya – 2/7/2019
 
Published by:
  2019/02/07
 

With February being Black History Month, I felt it was only fitting to share the experience I had a few weeks ago in Memphis, Tennessee. Before we headed to the arena for that evening’s Monday Night Raw, fellow WWE Superstars Kofi Kingston, Big E, Xavier Woods, Ember Moon, Nia Jax and myself were invited to the National Civil Rights Museum. I was really excited to go because I find it incredibly fascinating to visit places where history was made.

The National Civil Rights Museum was originally a motel, called The Lorraine Motel, east of the Mississippi River at 450 Mulberry Street in the heart of downtown Memphis. The Lorraine Motel opened in the 1920s with just 16 rooms. One of the first signs you see when you walk into the hotel that is now the museum reads: “Be the change you want to see in the world.” When I saw that sign, it really stopped me in my tracks, and I said to myself, “I want to be a part of that change.”

I knew this visit would be moving, powerful and a reminder to never take aspects in my life such as freedom and equality for granted. Right past that sign is a huge piece of artwork that spanned across much of the room. It was a sculpture that looked like a mural in the shape of America where people were helping to pull each other up. The artwork spoke volumes about being there for one another and that we are all in this thing called life together. When I looked at this artwork I thought about one of my favorite quotes from Martin Luther King, which stated: “Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that.”

 

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Calgary Sun Article/Interview with Natalya – 2/1/2019
 
Published by:
  2019/02/02
 

Performing in front of nearly 50,000 people in attendance at the Royal Rumble was incredibly fun. The Road to WrestleMania has officially begun and I couldn’t be more excited. This year, I also happened to make a little history. I competed for 55 minutes and 58 beautiful seconds in the women’s Royal Rumble; lasting longer than any other woman. If that’s not being an IRON woman, I don’t know what is!

I was proud and honoured to have competed in the ring against women like NXT Superstars Kacy Catanzaro, Xia Li, Kairi Sane, Rhea Ripley, Io Shirai, Candice LaRae and new talent to Raw and SmackDown Lacey Evans and Nikki Cross, among others. I wasn’t afraid to let old foes like the Riott Squad know what I was capable of either and I shockingly eliminated Liv Morgan within seconds of her entrance along with fellow Riott Squad member Sarah Logan. Ruby Riott knew better than to cross my path!

I even managed to lock two women at once in the Sharpshooter. Mandy Rose and Lacey Evans learned that if I broke them down piece by piece, it would be easier for me to toss them over the top rope on my road to winning it all. I also reignited an old rivalry with Charlotte Flair. Let me be the first to tell you, those chops are real and I’ve got the marks across my chest to prove it. I’ve missed you, Charlotte. Woo!

I think my greatest challenge, however, was squatting with the powerful Nia Jax on my shoulders. I had to dig deep and find it within myself to push that much harder when I had nothing left to give. It took everything I had left in the tank to try to throw her over the top rope, but Nia found a way to her feet, and she grabbed me and slammed me over the top. I went spilling to the floor in front of a stadium full of people. After nearly an hour in the ring and two eliminations, I can thoroughly say I did everything in my power to win, as I wanted that WrestleMania match as much as anyone.

 

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Calgary Sun Article/Interview with Natalya – 1/25/2019
 
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  2019/01/25
 

We’ve seen the changes in the last few years. Everything from getting the first-ever women’s Hell in a Cell match, Money in the Bank Ladder Match, women’s Royal Rumble and TLC matches, to being regularly featured in the main event of Raw and SmackDown Live on a weekly basis. Soon we will run out of “firsts.” What makes it even more special has been the reaction of the fans, as they have played an integral part in getting the women of WWE this far!

When WWE announced that the women’s division will be getting Tag Team Championships, I don’t think there was a girl in the locker room who wasn’t totally pumped. If we didn’t have a tag team partner, our heads were swiveling in that locker room looking to make a friend.  You have the potential tag teams of Peyton Royce and Billie Kay, Mandy Rose and Sonya Deville, Sasha Banks and Bayley, Nia Jax and Tamina Snuka, The Riott Squad (Ruby Riott, Liv Morgan and Sarah Logan), Mickie James and Alicia Fox, and the list goes on. Just because Ronda Rousey holds the Raw Women’s Championship doesn’t mean she can’t be my tag team partner and we can’t go for the tag titles together. Hey Ronda! I think we make a pretty fierce team!

If I could bring back a woman from the past, I’d ask Beth Phoenix in a heartbeat to be my tag team partner, as there is no woman who knows her stuff in the ring better than the Glamazon. After all, she is a WWE Hall Of Famer!

I’d like to also add that tag teams are in my blood! After all, my dad Jim “The Anvil” Neidhart was part of one of the greatest tag teams in WWE history – The Hart Foundation. My uncle Davey Boy Smith and The Dynamite Kid were also arguably one of the best teams ever, and in my opinion future Hall of Famers for sure.  If you were to watch any of the British Bulldogs’ matches against the Hart Foundation, it was lightning in a bottle, with incredible tag team competition that was ahead of its time. Bret Hart said that he loved the dynamic with my dad who was the “tank” while the Hitman was the “Porsche.” My dad has said his favorite tag teams to compete against in his prime were The British Bulldogs, Demolition and The Rockers.

 

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Calgary Sun Article/Interview with Natalya – 1/18/2019
 
Published by:
  2019/01/18
 

One thing I’ve learned from years of working in WWE is that the road to WrestleMania always starts at the Royal Rumble. That’s why it’s so important to win the Rumble because it’s your chance to secure a championship match at WWE’s biggest event of the year: WrestleMania.

This will be the second Royal Rumble to feature an all-female match with 30 women competing to toss each other out over the top rope and onto the floor. The woman who is the last standing in the ring wins and automatically gets a championship match of her choice at WrestleMania. I am one of many women who has already entered herself into this year’s Rumble match.

I think back to last year to the first all-women’s Rumble match and remember it being such a cool experience to be a part of. We saw women from the past, including WWE Hall of Famers, plus women from Raw, SmackDown Live and NXT compete to win. I never thought I’d look across the ring and see Sasha Banks facing off against Jacqueline. It was pretty cool to witness!

Not only did the women of WWE make history, but I got to share a ring with iconic women from the past whom I never thought I’d get to compete against — women like Trish Stratus, Torrie Wilson, Vickie Guerrero and Molly Holly. I remember thinking it was the coolest thing in the world to put Trish Stratus in the Sharpshooter in front of a sold-out crowd, as I figured I’d break her down a bit before tossing her over the top rope. But as destiny would have it, it was only fitting that if the Queen of Harts was to be eliminated, it would be from a “Stratusfying” Chick Kick delivered to me by Trish herself! The fangirl inside of me was willing to accept that, as I fell off the apron and onto the floor in defeat. But in the words of Legion of Doom: “What a rush!”

 

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