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Calgary Sun Article/Interview with Natalya – 10/22/2020
 
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  2020/10/22
 

So many eventful things are happening this October, including Halloween, which is one of my favorite holidays of the year next to Christmas. Every year, I decorate my entire house with a Halloween theme and pick out my favourite candy for the trick-or-treaters. I love being the cool neighbour with the best Halloween candy.  Although Halloween this year will be a little bit different with the pandemic, I’m not going to stop myself from enjoying the festivities and dressing up, even if it’s just myself, TJ and the cats. My sister Jenni said, “We should dress up as The Hart Foundation! I’ll go as Bret and you can dress up as The Anvil!” I’m already on the hunt looking for a ZZ Top-style goatee like the one my dad had. Now we just need TJ to dress up as Jimmy Hart with a megaphone and we are all set!

The 2020 WWE draft also took place earlier this month. With many WWE Superstars now moving to different brands, it’s really exciting to see new match ups and old rivalries reignited. I was drafted to Friday Night Smackdown along with Ruby Riott, Liv Morgan, Bianca Belair and Billie Kay. I love the challenge and crave the energy of new storylines that the draft brings with the fresh start on Smackdown

The draft can also be nerve-racking because many of us don’t want to be drafted away from our friends. I will miss Lana for sure, but it brought me so much happiness to see just how well she performed this past Monday on the season premiere of Raw when she faced Asuka for the Raw Women’s Championship. Even though we’re not a tag team anymore, I was so happy to see Lana shine and show the world that she can hold her own against someone as talented in the ring as Asuka.

So while Halloween and the WWE Draft have been highlights for me this month, October is also sentimental for me because it is breast cancer awareness month. I’ve been lucky to be able to work with Susan G. Komen for the last eight years, and I’m so proud of the work that we’ve done to raise funds and awareness about this disease that affects so many people.

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Calgary Sun Article/Interview with Natalya – 10/8/2020
 
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  2020/10/08
 

I had a chance this week to watch an awesome documentary on WWE Network about Drew McIntyre, titled “The Chosen One.” After watching it, I thought about how powerful Drew McIntyre’s story is, especially during this climate where we are all facing extraordinary challenges. Our WWE Champion doesn’t have a story out of a fairytale. Drew has a story that’s really focused on having everything and then losing it. He had to climb his way back to the top and learn through experience that every lesson is a blessing. I really wanted to help share Drew’s story because it inspired me so much.

I was able to catch up with Drew. I asked him about his debut in WWE in 2007 and his release in 2014 and how this affected him personally. Drew said, “I wouldn’t be the performer or man I am today without falling down. As difficult as things were at times, the fall forced me to learn some important life lessons and be introspective along the way. The rise aspect is important because it speaks to the classic redemption story that, if you work hard enough, nothing is impossible. I was always in prominent positions during my early wrestling years leading into ‘the chosen one’ storyline. I like to think of my fall as going from a cool, James Bond character to the embarrassing comedy sidekick. Not very many people believed it was possible for me to ever reach the top, but wrestling was my one real passion in life. I genuinely believed, and still do, that if you have passion, an unmatched work ethic, and a strong support system you are unstoppable.”

I also wanted to know what helped Drew gain perspective during his darkest moments in WWE. According to Drew: “Being released triggered me to look inward and helped me gain perspective both inside and outside of the ring. I had to really look at myself and identify areas that needed improvement. I also had to allow myself to let go, instead of numbing the pain and trying to forget about everything I had suffered in my personal life. In trying to distract myself outside of the ring, I had lost a lot of my passion for the business, and I wasn’t putting in the work needed to be successful. Recognizing my own weaknesses was one of the hardest things I had to do but it was necessary for me to turn things around. The one constant light in my life is my wife, Kaitlyn. She always believed I could be a better wrestler and a better man. She helped me build and improve myself. Even though she didn’t know anything about wrestling, she believed in me and thought I was capable of so much more. Today, I am proud to say we are a team, and without her support, I am not WWE Champion.”

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Calgary Sun Article/Interview with Natalya – 10/1/2020
 
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  2020/10/01
 

This week I have the pleasure of highlighting Rob Schamberger, who is one of the most talented artists I know. Rob is a Kansas City-based artist and I first met him and his beautiful wife Katie backstage at a Monday Night Raw television taping.  Since that time, I have loved seeing new pieces of Rob’s art and marvel at his talent to capture the magic of WWE Superstars both in and out of the ring.

Rob might not be able to throw a drop kick, but he is a permanent fixture of the WWE family. He is the host of “Canvas to Canvas,” a show about his paintings, which can be seen on WWE’s YouTube channel. I asked Rob if he was fan of WWE growing up, and he said, “I didn’t actually get into it until I was 18. I grew up with a single mom and one TV in the house and she didn’t watch it.  Then she remarried and my stepfather had been a fan since the `60s.  One day he was watching WCW with Ric Flair in the ring and I was instantly hooked.”

Rob told me that his passion for art started when he was young. “When I was 8 and I got my first comic book. I immediately loved everything about it and I knew in that moment that I wanted to be an artist.” As the years went by, Rob continued to hone his talent of painting not just through his love of comic books but through his love of wrestling. Making WWE art has been a dream come true. Within a month of focusing on it I was able to go full-time and support myself financially just from art. A year later WWE brought me under their umbrella, which gave me a massive platform to showcase my work. Since then I’ve been on Raw, had my art used in several of WWE’s product lines and exhibited my art across the U.S. and in Canada with collectors around the world. It’s both amazing and humbling at the same time.”

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Calgary Sun Article/Interview with Natalya – 9/24/2020
 
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  2020/09/24
 

I’m so excited and proud of my friend, Jann Arden, on the success of her show, “Jann,” which is currently in its second season right now on CTV. As many of you know, Jann is a Juno Award winning singer, songwriter, national best selling author and now a star of television. This past year she was inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame and was a proud recipient of The Order of Canada. Jann is truly a Canadian national treasure and someone I am proud to call a friend.

I can relate to Jann on so many levels because we are both entertainers — she’s a musician and of course I’m a WWE Superstar. Whether it’s a ring or a stage, we both love performing for people.Jann and I first connected over our parents struggling with Alzheimer’s. I was always inspired by how she handled her mom’s diagnosis with Alzheimer’s and how she was able to use her mother’s health battle as a way to help others going through the same thing. What I love about Jann is that she is very unselfish, in that she wants others to shine. The way Jann forever puts her mother on a pedestal reminds me of how I feel about my dad, long after each have passed on.

Jann said: “My mom was the absolute best person on the planet. She was so funny, warm, helpful and cheery. My gosh, the woman was so positive all the time no matter what was going on. One of my fondest memories of her has to be the way she was with all animals. I can’t count how many hundreds of little birds mom saved over the years, wrapping them in towels and giving them a drink and making sure they were warm. I was lucky to be her daughter.”

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Calgary Sun Article/Interview with Natalya – 9/17/2020
 
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  2020/09/17
 

There have been some days that have me digging deep to figure out how to handle setbacks. I know from experience that we all will face challenging times in our lives.  Even WWE Superstars, as just because we appear larger than life on TV doesn’t mean life is easy.  Whether it’s overcoming an injury, a misstep that we made in the ring, forgetting a line in a promo, or losing a match, it’s safe to say we’re used to jumping over hurdles a lot and doing so under a microscope. We are human just like everyone else.

When I was first trying out for WWE, it took many years of me getting rejected before I was signed. At the time I thought I was ready for the big leagues, but the reality is I wasn’t. It was so frustrating to go through those experiences, but it took me time to see that being denied and struggling in my life would drive me to be better, fight harder and not give up. I remember when I tore my ACL wrestling in Japan in 2005 during practice for a match I was set to have that evening.  The injury happened while doing something so small and in my frustration, I asked myself, “How could this happen?”  I refused to even believe I was hurt, but my knee definitely wasn’t right. I had no stability to walk or run and I knew I was in trouble. I flew home a few days later and cried my eyes out the entire time because, in my mind, I was so close to landing my dream job with WWE. Once I finally got the MRI back and had a doctor say to me, “hey you tore your ACL completely, you need surgery and you’ll be out for nine months.” I stopped crying, got really serious and said to myself, “I’ve got this.” I couldn’t deny I was hurt and had to get through it to end up stronger.

As hard as it was getting hurt and knowing that I was going to sit out for the next nine months healing, this was an opportunity for me to stop and completely focus on rebuilding myself. I called my trainer that night and asked how early I could get in the gym with him the next day. We met the following morning at 7 a.m. with a mission to accomplish: getting in the best shape of my life, mentally and physically.

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Calgary Sun Article/Interview with Natalya – 9/10/2020
 
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  2020/09/10
 

Going through this pandemic, one of the things I’m missing the most is the work WWE does with children’s hospitals around the world. When we meet kids who are battling cancer and spend time talking to them and their families, it’s one of the most fulfilling aspects of our jobs. I have such special memories of spending time with children and their parents to try and bring a little warmth and comfort to them during the most difficult times. I know it has made all the difference in my life, too. We walk into a hospital room with kids thanking us for coming to see them, but we leave thanking them for touching our lives in the way that they do.

September is a special month in WWE as WWE dedicates the whole month to supporting pediatric cancer research through Connor’s Cure, a foundation created by Stephanie McMahon and Paul “Triple H” Levesque.  Stephanie and Paul started Connor’s Cure after meeting a very special little boy named Connor Michalek, who had medulloblastoma, which is a form of brain cancer. Connor was only eight years old when he lost his battle to cancer, but he left a mark on our hearts in the most special way. His message of light and love lives on today through the Connor’s Cure Foundation and millions of dollars have been raised in his name to help other children fighting for their lives.

One of my favourite memories from our hospital visits was last year when I first met a little boy named Rocco at The Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh. Rocco was a little over two years old when myself, Seth Rollins, Roman Reigns and Finn Balor walked in to meet him.  His energy and excitement lit up the whole room when he saw us and he reminded me of the innocence only children can possess. Rocco, with his presence and smile that was so big, made us forget for a moment all that he was going through at only two years old. I’ll never forget going to high five him, which turned into him giving us his elbows instead. Everyone in the room, myself, Roman, Seth and Finn, affectionately touched elbows with him. After we left the room, we all said to each other what a special kid Rocco was and how we were all impressed with his bravery and resilience while battling cancer and being so young. Rocco definitely seemed wise beyond his years.

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