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Calgary Sun Article/Interview with Natalya – 9/19/2019
 
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  2019/09/19
 

As WWE heads back to Calgary this week for WWE Live at The Corral, there’s so much to reflect on for why wrestling is still so meaningful to Calgary.  So many of the greatest professional wrestlers in the world became WWE Superstars and were greatly influenced by the Calgary in-ring style. Trust me, there is a “Calgary style!” To celebrate WWE Live coming to The Corral this Friday, September 20, I asked some of Calgary’s very finest for a few words about what wrestling in Calgary means to them

TJ Wilson (aka Tyson Kidd) was born and raised in Calgary and had his first match in Calgary when he was only 15 years old. TJ would go on to have an awesome 20-year in-ring career, including becoming a two-time WWE Tag Team Champion as well as being a current television producer in WWE. TJ said, “I owe everything I have to my wrestling roots in Calgary. Calgary is extremely special to me. I watched so many great matches take place in Calgary as a kid. The Canadian Stampede sticks out as both the 10-man tag team match but also The Great Sasuke v.s. Taka Michinoku. Calgary has always had a rich history of Japanese wrestlers. The ‘Calgary Style’ is a true hybrid from some of the very best from the U.K./Japan and around Canada and the Calgary fans have seen the best of the best and have a real taste of what’s truly good. I’ve always felt if you can impress the fans in Calgary, you can be successful anywhere in the world. Calgary shaped me in and out of the ring and I’ll never forget it.”

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Source – Calgary Sun

 
Calgary Sun Article/Interview with Natalya – 9/13/2019
 
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  2019/09/14
 

September is a special time in WWE, as the company dedicates the entire month to spotlighting pediatric cancer research and the brave children that are fighting the disease. In 2014, WWE Chief Brand Officer Stephanie McMahon and WWE Executive Vice President of Talent, Live Events & Creative Paul “Triple H” Levesque founded Connor’s Cure, which raises funds for critical pediatric cancer research at prominent cancer centres nationwide. Stephanie and Paul started Connor’s Cure after meeting a very special little boy named Connor Michalek. Connor unfortunately lost his battle with cancer, but his incredible spirit and outlook touched their hearts in the most special way. To date, Connor’s Cure has raised more than $3 million to fund research grants and helped more than 500 families. You can learn more about Connor’s Cure and how you can help, by visiting connorthecrusher.com.

On March 11, 2019, I had the opportunity to go to the very hospital that Connor’s Cure started at, The Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh. This hospital holds a lot of sentimental value to WWE, because that’s where Connor was treated. In addition, I met a little boy named Rocco there. Rocco was a little over 2 years old, and when myself, Seth Rollins, Roman Reigns and Finn Balor walked in to meet him, he lit up the whole room with his smile, excitement and energy.

When we visit children’s hospitals, we are always cautious not to disrupt too much. Rocco, with his presence and smile that were so big, made us forget for a moment all that he was going through at his young age. I’ll never forget going to high five Rocco, which turned into him giving us his elbows instead! Everyone in the room, including my fellow WWE Superstars, affectionately touched elbows with him, laughing the entire time about how cute Rocco was. After we left the room, we all said to each-other what a special kid he was and how impressed we were with his bravery and resilience while battling cancer and being so young. Rocco seemed wise beyond his years.

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Source – Calgary Sun

 
Calgary Sun Article/Interview with Natalya – 9/6/2019
 
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  2019/09/06
 

With SmackDown moving to Fridays on October 4, it made me think of all of my favourite SmackDown memories because for most of my career, I was a SmackDown Superstar. It’s a show pretty close to my heart.

I started my WWE career on SmackDown when I made my debut against Michelle McCool in April of 2008. It seems like a lifetime ago, but I remember it all very clearly. It was such a special time for me because being on SmackDown made me feel like I was in the big leagues, and indeed I was! A few months after debuting on SmackDown, I’d go on to compete for the first-ever Divas Championship in a match against Michelle McCool. It took me two more years of working hard on SmackDown to finally win that title and it took me another seven years after that to win the SmackDown Women’s Championship from Naomi. Those personal SmackDown memories for me will remain priceless.

With it being such an exciting time for the SmackDown brand, I started thinking about what’s stood out to me since the show started. There have been so many incredible moments, such as when Edge faced Eddie Guerrero in a “NO DQ” ladder match in 2002.  It was an incredibly exciting match, and when Eddie Guerrero hit a sunset flip off the ladder onto the floor, it’s still a wonder to me how Edge kicked out. Replaying that epic SmackDown match over again in my mind reminds me of how much SmackDown helped build and showcase WWE Superstars and Hall of Famers like Eddie Guerrero, Kurt Angle, Edge, Brock Lesnar and my favourite, Rey Mysterio, just to name a few. Who could forget when Rey Mysterio, arguably the greatest luchador of all time, made his WWE debut on SmackDown.

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Calgary Sun Article/Interview with Natalya – 8/29/2019
 
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  2019/08/29
 

I am counting down the days until WWE comes back to Calgary on September 20.  I am so excited about returning home and paying homage to the city I love that helped make my dreams come true, as I have so many fond memories of wrestling in Calgary and what it means to the Hart family.

I started my wrestling career in Calgary in 2002, learning my craft under my uncles, Bruce and Ross Hart, in Stampede Wrestling; which was originally my grandfather Stu Hart’s promotion in Western Canada. I couldn’t have asked for better coaches. They taught me so many important fundamentals in the beginning years that I carry with me to this day. I learned how to wrestle in The Dungeon, at the Hart House, which resides in Calgary. Most kids had a sandbox in their backyard, but we had the “Dungeon,” where some of the greatest wrestlers in the world started their careers.

The first venue I ever performed in was the Ogden Legion Hall in Calgary, which we lovingly renamed “The Ogden Legion of Doom.” We set up our own ring at the Legion and performed every Friday night as if we were performing at WrestleMania. Sometimes there would only be 50 people in the audience, but It didn’t matter to us how many people showed up because as performers we knew we were doing what we loved. It was at the Ogden Legion where I discovered my passion for performing in front of a crowd, which was the icing on the cake.  Sometimes the smallest crowds made me the most nervous, but I learned how to overcome stage fright in those early days by finding my focus in the ring. It really helped prepare me for my career in WWE. I miss those times, but knowing that they helped shape my work ethic and wrestling style today, I’ll be forever grateful.

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Source – Calgary Sun

 
Calgary Sun Article/Interview with Natalya – 8/22/2019
 
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  2019/08/22
 

I’ve felt a deep love for WWE’s NXT brand since it’s very humble beginnings. In fact, it was NXT that gave me some of the coolest, most memorable moments of my career, including participating in NXT TakeOver in May 2014. Now, everything has changed for NXT in a huge way, as beginning September 18, NXT will go live every Wednesday from 8 to 10 p.m. on USA Network.

It isn’t just me that has roots in NXT. So many of today’s WWE Superstars have gotten their start running NXT’s “yellow ropes.” There is so much pride in how hard the NXT originals worked to make the brand what it is today. Big E of The New Day said: “I still remember us shooting the pilot episode from Full Sail (University). We were really unsure of what NXT would become, and It’s been incredible to see absurdly talented men and women make this one of the strongest brands in our industry.”

I am also so excited for up and coming talent to experience huge growth performing on a larger stage each week. I can’t wait to watch the storylines unfold and see the men and women of NXT evolve and grow like Johnny Gargano. Gargano and his wife Candice LeRae are two of the most popular NXT Superstars today. Both of them have worked years to see their in-ring dreams become a reality. Gargano tweeted, “I’ve said since the beginning that I was going to do everything in my power to help get NXT the recognition it deserved, but I couldn’t do it by myself. We built this thing, we made the world take notice and now we are gonna make history.”

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Calgary Sun Article/Interview with Natalya – 8/16/2019
 
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  2019/08/16
 

Although I didn’t win the Raw Women’s Championship, SummerSlam was an incredible week for me in Toronto.  I can’t believe what an amazing time I had celebrating WWE’s biggest party of the summer as I got to spend a whole week in this beautiful, diverse city. Although I was born in Calgary, when I landed in Toronto, I felt like I was home because I really feel like what makes Toronto so special is the people. My first stop was at Tim Hortons for some coffee and my second stop was to find ketchup chips. It doesn’t get more Canadian than that!

I had a chance to catch up with some of my favourite Canadian people as well.  It was great seeing Adam Copeland, formerly known as Edge in WWE. He helped me with different creative aspects of the match against Becky Lynch. It was awesome to be able to run ideas by him and have him give suggestions on how I could make my performance impeccable heading into SummerSlam. After all, Adam has won 31 championships in WWE so he knows what he’s talking about.  It was especially cool talking to him about how we both started out in wrestling and how meaningful our journeys were climbing to the top. Adam found some old journals of pictures he had drawn back when he was a teenager, complete with wrestling gear inspiration and ideas for matches. It reminded me so much that we all have to start somewhere, even if you are Edge, one of the greatest Superstars in WWE history.

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