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Calgary Sun Article/Interview with Natalya – 1/21/2021
 
Published by:
  2021/01/22
 

This past week WWE announced the locations for the next three years of WrestleMania: 2021 in Tampa, Fla., 2022 in Dallas, Texas, and 2023 in Los Angeles, Calif. We are less than two weeks from the Royal Rumble, where the road to WrestleMania will officially kicks off.

WrestleMania is so much fun. It’s comparable to Christmas for me and so many others who anticipate this event all year long. This year will be the 13th WrestleMania I’ve attended and every one of them have been special to me for different reasons. From my very first WrestleMania appearance in a 25-woman Battle Royal at WrestleMania 25, to my favourite WrestleMania I’ve ever been a part of at WrestleMania 35. WrestleMania 35 was at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey, and over that weekend, we celebrated my dad’s induction into the WWE Hall Of Fame along with his tag team partner Bret Hart. It was also the year I got to tag team with my best friend, The Glamazon, Beth Phoenix. Before the match, we both wanted to emulate the entrance Bret had when he faced Owen Hart in WrestleMania 10 at Madison Square Garden. We both had an extra good luck charm with the help of the “Hitman,” who got to be a part of our WrestleMania entrance to the delight of the fans, and we felt like all of the stars aligned! Beth and I took on three other teams for the WWE Women’s Tag Team Championship.  Those teams were huge challenges for us in the ring, and while we may not have won the Tag Team Championships that night, we created memories that will last a lifetime.

I love the way WrestleMania brings people together. For a normal WrestleMania week, more than 75,000 people from around the world come to celebrate with us at WWE. It’s an event that has brought people together for nearly four decades. This year may look a little different, but I’m still excited about the possibilities.  Last year, without any fans at all due to COVID-19, WrestleMania was the most watched the event’s history. This year, I’m sure WWE will break its own record yet again.

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Source – Calgary Sun

 
Calgary Sun Article/Interview with Natalya – 1/14/2021
 
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  2021/01/14
 

We are getting closer to the Royal Rumble, which takes place Sunday, January 31 live on WWE Network.  Royal Rumble is one of the most coveted of all WWE events, as it’s a chance to secure a championship match at WWE’s biggest event of the year, WrestleMania.

This will be the fourth Royal Rumble to feature an all-female match with women competing in the over-the-top-rope elimination match. The WWE Superstar who is the last standing gets a championship match of her choice at WrestleMania. I haven’t officially entered this year’s Royal Rumble, but I have my eyes set on being a part of it. If I do compete in it, it’ll be my fourth time, which I’m very proud of, as each Royal Rumble I have been a part of has been special to me.

I remember first receiving the news a few years ago that WWE would be having its first-ever women’s Royal Rumble match. All of the women in WWE were so excited! Historically, the event had only held a men’s Royal Rumble match, so this was a huge step in the WWE Women’s Evolution and we knew we had to make the most of this moment.

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Source – Calgary Sun

 
Calgary Sun Article/Interview with Natalya – 1/1/2021
 
Published by:
  2021/01/01
 

I wanted to dedicate my column to my friend Jon Huber (also known as Luke Harper/Brodie Lee).

It’s hard to put into words how the news of Huber’s passing has affected myself and the entire wrestling community. When I first heard the news that Jon had passed away, I couldn’t believe it, as he was such a good friend to so many of us. We all loved him and I had a hard time wrapping my head around the fact that our friend is gone.

As an in-ring performer, Huber was someone that was a master at his craft. He loved competing in the ring and worked for years to make it to WWE. I think what made him so relatable to myself and so many of us backstage was because of how much he persevered in his life to chase his dreams.

I’ve been watching Jon’s matches back, some of my favourites against The Usos, New Day and The Shield. They remind me of how talented Jon was in the ring. He was so good! He was such an agile performer especially for someone as big as he was physically. He could do it all.

As much as Huber was a master at his craft in the ring, he was also a master of balancing life outside the ring. Jon loved his family so much, and that was always very evident to anyone who spent time with him. That’s what I loved the most about him, the way he would talk so lovingly about his wife and kids. He always was so excited to get back home to them. He loved being a dad.

I remember there was a show he wasn’t booked to wrestle on, in Rochester, N.Y., his hometown. Jon asked WWE management if he could be added to the show so his son could watch him wrestle. When Jon walked into the Blue Cross arena in Rochester with his family in tow, it made me smile from ear to ear. We all could see what was the most important to Jon in his life, his family. Jon really wanted to make them proud and that he did!

That night in Rochester, Brodie Jr. got to watch his dad compete in the ring and his dad was his superhero. I remember little Brodie beaming when his dad came backstage from his match, in awe of is his dad. Huber was so proud of his sons and his wife.

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Source – Calgary Sun

 
Calgary Sun Article/Interview with Natalya – 12/25/2020
 
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  2020/12/25
 

Christmas has always been one of my favourite times of year. This year, I decorated my Christmas tree the first week of November because I love how happy the holidays make me. Even though it was challenging with the pandemic, we were able to pick out a real Christmas tree and I love the way it makes my whole house smell good. My sister, Jenni, makes dozens of homemade Christmas cookies from recipes my aunt Georgia passed down. Everything from lemon bars, gingerbread cookies, chocolate bit squares and my favourite, her sugar cookie snowmen. I love homemade anything! My mom sews many of our Christmas ornaments by hand and every year we add her artwork to our tree. I have ornaments that my mom made for me when I was a little girl and love seeing them every year to reminisce about Christmas’s that have passed. We listen to Christmas music, light candles and watch our favourite Christmas movies like Home Alone, Elf and Prancer.

I’m not the only WWE Superstar that loves Christmas. There’s also Mick Foley, who dresses up as Santa year-round, which gives us more reasons to love him. Mick said: “I do have a full-time, year-round Christmas room where I like to spend my time, and I’ve been known to play many a Christmas Carol in the heat of the summer. I love the idea that people seem kinder, gentler and more patient leading up to Christmas. I think now, more than ever, kindness matters! And when I think of Christmas, I think of kindness.”

Mick is right. Now more than ever, kindness matters. So does compassion, gratitude and giving back.  This year has been a year full of incredible highs and lows. I’m proud of all of us because we’ve found a way to keep moving forward during these difficult times. We’ve found ways to adapt, change and continue to grow. For some of us, doors have closed and new doors have opened. Even if you’re terrible with technology like me, we’ve all become more resourceful about how we communicate with each other and how we stay connected. Whatever it takes to keep moving forward.

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Source – Calgary Sun

 
Natalya On WWE The Bump – 12/20/2020
 
Published by:
  2020/12/20
 

Don’t forget Nattie fans, Nattie will be a guest on WWE The Bump along with Beth Phoenix. You can watch WWE the Bump on the WWE Network and all other WWE digitals platforms like Facebook watch, WWE Youtube and Twitter @4pm Est.

 
Calgary Sun Article/Interview with Natalya – 12/18/2020
 
Published by:
  2020/12/18
 

With the holidays in full swing and 2020 coming to a close, there is so much to be said about staying positive during such a challenging year. One thing that’s helped me stay positive is focusing on WWE, which is holding its annual TLC event this Sunday on WWE Network. This is one of my favourite events of the year because I consider myself a “tables” specialist, having competed in a few pretty memorable tables matches myself.

TLC is also one of my favourite shows of the year because I’ve had so much incredible history competing at previous events.  We call it “Tables, Ladders and Chairs” for a reason, and two of my hardest fought battles in WWE involved Tables Matches. I was in the first-ever women’s tables match at TLC 2010 with Beth Phoenix as my tag team partner. We took on the team of Michelle McCool and Layla. Beth and I dodged going through tables so many times in the match and there were some close calls for sure! For those of you who may not know, if you get put through a table, you lose. I remember fighting tooth and nail to push Michelle and Layla off the top rope and through the table together at the same time. They both tried their best to give me a suplex through the table, but one shove sent them crashing instead, but low and behold, the table didn’t break when they both landed on it.  In front of over 14,000 people in the arena and millions watching at home, I had to make a decision on my feet. How was I going to break this table with two girls laying on top of it? I stood up on the top turnbuckle and jumped with all of my might on top of Michelle and Layla and the table smashed in half! I was so relieved because I did not have a game plan after that. My splash off the top rope, onto LayCool (and a table that had their images on it) needed to work and it did! It was one of my favourite moments in WWE.

Then there was the Tables Match I had with Ruby Riott in 2018. Ruby had been antagonizing me all year with her teammates, The Riott Squad, and I ended up getting to do another Tables Match at TLC in an attempt to put Ruby in her place. Prior to this match, Ruby put me through a table on Monday Night Raw. If you’ve never been slammed through a table, let me be the first to tell you, it hurts a lot.  I definitely needed some revenge on Ruby and was excited to step in the ring against her.  The match led to me powerbombing Ruby off of the top rope and through a table for the win and victory never felt sweeter!

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Source – Calgary Sun

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