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Calgary Sun Article/Interview with Natalya – 10/17/2019
 
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  2019/10/17
 

October is one of my favourite months of the year. I love fall and everything that’s included, especially a good Pumpkin Spice Latte! I also love Halloween. It is probably my favourite holiday next to Christmas. I make it a point every year to decorate my house with spooky stuff and pick out my favourite Halloween candy to pass out to kids that come to my door. Let’s just say there’s a whole lot of Skittles and Snickers bars around my house, and not all of the candy makes it to the kids on Halloween! I make sure to have costumes for each one of my cats, too. They may growl when they’re being dressed up, but you know there’s going to be some really good Instagram photos! 2Pawz’s favourite costume was when he dressed up as WWE Superstar Shinsuke Nakamura. We’ve got the pictures to prove it!

There’s also a lot going on in WWE during the month of October. Besides the leaves falling and changing colours, there was also an exciting WWE Draft that took place last week. Many WWE Superstars switched brands and our recasted women’s rosters on Raw and Friday Night SmackDown presented some exciting new match-ups and reignited old rivalries. Last week was my first time on Raw, in the main event no less, performing against the incredibly talented Asuka and Kairi Sane. These girls, both from Japan, really pushed me to my limits. I loved the challenge and I crave the energy of exciting new storylines that the WWE Draft brings. On Raw, we also acquired Charlotte Flair, who I’ve had some of my best rivalries with. Maybe down the line we can be tag team partners and chase the WWE Women’s Tag Team Championships since we both come from renowned wrestling families. A Flair and a Hart teaming up could be an unstoppable force! Hey, stranger things have happened!

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Source – Calgary Sun

 
Calgary Sun Article/Interview with Natalya – 10/11/2019
 
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  2019/10/11
 

It’s hard to believe that we are in our ninth season of Total Divas, as more than 100 episodes of WWE’s reality series have flown by.  It feels like just yesterday that I was asked to be a part of the show, but here we are six and a half years later with countless changes in my life.

I remember very clearly when I learned I was being considered for the show, as I was returning from a trip to Rwanda after visiting two different refugee camps with the United Nations Foundation, which was one of the most enlightening and powerful trips of my life. I flew in the next day for a Monday Night Raw and was pulled aside and asked if I would like to be part of a new show that WWE and the E! Network were producing together called “Total Divas,” which I was told was a reality show based on the lives of women in WWE. I jumped at the opportunity to be a part of it as it sounded like so much fun. My instincts were correct as the show has been a blast.

In doing Total Divas, I’ve realized that you don’t have to be a “trainwreck” to be on a reality show, but you do have to be willing to open up and let people in. In opening up, I have been able to create a special connection with the audience that I have never had before.  People everywhere come up to me and tell me that my journey on the show has helped them in their own lives because they had been going through the same thing. I stopped worrying about being perfect and trying to make everyone like me, but even more, I’ve experienced what people can gain from watching me overcome something tough.  I often ask myself: “Can I make the viewer at home feel like they’re not alone? Being relatable is such an important aspect to me as a cast member on the show.”

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Source – Calgary Sun

 
Calgary Sun Article/Interview with Natalya – 9/26/2019
 
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  2019/09/26
 

On my trip back to Calgary last week, I did something I hadn’t done in years: I went to the Hart House. I didn’t go inside as it’s not owned by our family any more, but I drove near it and was able to stand outside of the lawn and see the house as it stood so proud.  It was exactly how I remembered it.

I remember my cousins and I playing endlessly in the yard after our weekly Sunday dinners, staying up and having tea with my grandparents in their kitchen, and listening to my grandpa Stu tell incredible stories about his life growing up. There were tons of dogs and cats around the house, but the cats ran that house and everyone knew it. That’s where I got my love for cats at such a young age.

As soon as I pulled up to the house, a million memories came back to me.  The house was such an integral part of the Hart family because my grandfather Stu was the heartbeat inside of it. All of the love that came through that house started with my grandparents and it trickled down to their 12 children and radiated through every animal, guest or person who entered its doors. Somehow everyone was accepted in the confines of the Hart House.

The 5,600-square-foot brick house was built for businessman Edward Crandall in 1905. The Hart House is considered one of the oldest landmarks in Calgary and was once used as a military hospital for soldiers injured during the First World War and later served as Soldiers’ Children’s Home for Orphans in 1920. It was then sold to Judge Harry Patterson who would later sell the house to Stu Hart in 1951.

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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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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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Source – Calgary Sun

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