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Calgary Sun Article/Interview with Natalya from 8/15/21
 
Published by:
  2021/08/31
 

SummerSlam will be WWE’s biggest event of 2021 and one of the biggest events in WWE history as we head to the Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas on Saturday, August 21. Some of my favorite matches of my career have been at SummerSlam, along with some of the most iconic matches in WWE history. I look back at 2017, when I faced off against Naomi at a sold-out Barclays Center in Brooklyn and won the SmackDown Women’s Championship. Naomi was my opponent but also a close personal friend of mine, and someone whom I have the utmost respect for. We poured our hearts into that match. When I won the Smackdown Women’s Championship that night, our match truly embodied all of our hard work we had been putting in for years. I still watch it back to this day with so much gratitude for what we accomplished together that night as strong, powerful women in WWE.

Another match that was very special to me was my showdown with Becky Lynch in 2019 at SummerSlam in Toronto. We had the opening match that night with the intent to steal the show, and that we did. I remember deciding I was going to carry the Canadian flag to the ring because I’ve always been so proud of my Canadian roots much like my family, who have proudly carried the Canadian flag to the ring in the past. I was so pumped for the chance to wrestle Becky Lynch in my home country, with Bret Hart in attendance cheering me on.

My inspiration for the match at SummerSlam with Becky was from the rivalry that my uncle Bret Hart had against Steve Austin at WrestleMania 13. Getting advice before our match from Bret backstage at SummerSlam was truly a full circle moment. Speaking of the Hitman, an epic SummerSlam match from the past that stands the test of time is none other than Bret Hart vs The British Bulldog from SummerSlam 1992 with over 80,000 people in attendance at Wembley Stadium. I still go back and watch it to find inspiration as a competitor.

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Source – Calgary Sun

 
Calgary Sun Article/Interview with Natalya – 7/22/2021
 
Published by:
  2021/07/22
 

I can’t express how much fun it was to perform once again in front of live crowds this past week at Smackdown, Money In the Bank and Monday Night Raw in Texas. It was our first time back in front of a live audience since WrestleMania and for SmackDown and Raw, nearly 70 weeks of waiting for this moment. Everyone’s excitement levels were through the roof and everything felt different being reunited with our WWE Universe in a way that made it all worth it. Walking out through the curtain and seeing sold-out crowds reminded me that there for sure was a light at the end of the tunnel.

This past week was a whirlwind but in the best way possible. Not only do Tamina Snuka and I have some fresh competition on Smackdown with the debut of a new women’s tag team, Shotzi and Tegan Nox, but this year’s Money in the Bank Ladder match was one for the ages. In front of a sold-out crowd in Houston, Texas, I competed against seven other women including Zelina Vega, Liv Morgan, Nikki A.S.H., Tamina Snuka, Asuka, Alexa Bliss and Naomi for the chance to capture the Money in the Bank briefcase. After being a part of one of the most gruelling ladder matches I’ve ever been in (I’ve got a few bruises to prove it!), it was Nikki A.S.H. who won the ladder match. Less than a day later, Nikki cashed in on Charlotte Flair on Raw to become the new Raw Women’s Champion. What a difference a day can make and Nikki is proof of that.

Of course, all of the women of WWE want to be Women’s Champion, but watching Nikki win it this past Monday made me so happy for her. I know I wasn’t the only one feeling that way. I’ve known her for years and I know how hard she has worked to prove that she belongs in WWE, from training in the ring on her days off to keeping a positive attitude even when times are tough. This past WrestleMania, I remember Nikki sitting backstage, watching all of the other women go out and get ready for their performances. She hugged and congratulated us all when we got back from our matches and showed so much support. I knew she wanted to be a part of the excitement of WrestleMania, too, but she never stopped smiling while working towards her goals. Nikki kept her eye on the prize and it paid off, as hard work always does. And in the words of Bret Hart: “the biggest dreams do come true.”

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Source – Calgary Sun

 
Calgary Sun Article/Interview with Natalya – 7/15/2021
 
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  2021/07/15
 

I love being able to shine a light on women who embody female strength, as there are so many incredibly talented women that I work with in WWE who inspire me every single day. This year at WrestleMania, the women of WWE set a record for the most women’s matches at a Wrestlemania with four in total across two nights. It was also incredibly special to witness something else that was historical for the women of WWE, as Jessika Carr become the first woman to referee a match at WrestleMania.

I was able to catch up with Jessika recently to help document her incredible journey as a WWE official. I asked Jessika what it meant to her being the first woman official to referee a match at WrestleMania. She answered, “I had no idea that I would be making history. The WrestleMania match itself was an opportunity to be trusted. To have this job is a blessing and a miracle for me, as you are looking at someone who fell in love with this industry at 10 years old. WrestleMania was also so special for me because on the independent scene, I had worked with Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn before, but not as a referee.

“Instead I was wrangling camera cables during their matches and paying my dues. Now, years later, I was able to be part of their performance on the grandest stage of them all at WrestleMania, with our fans returning for that incredible two night event. I will never forget those moments, especially watching both of their entrances from my spot at the ring. It was one of those moments of nervousness that I had to remind myself of how far I had come, and I was meant to be there. I felt like I finally belonged.”

I asked Jess if she saw herself as a role model for other female officials.

She said, “I’d like to think of myself as someone that little girls, boys, and anyone really can look up to and say: ‘If she did it, then I can do it too.’ I love this industry so much that I decided in my heart it was what I needed to pursue and went after it with every fiber of my being. I persisted, made the sacrifices, took the time to learn, kept working on it and still am. That’s part of why I love it so much, as I never want to stop growing.

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Source – Calgary Sun

 
Calgary Sun Article/Interview with Natalya – 6/1/2021
 
Published by:
  2021/06/01
 

I’ve been following the documentaries WWE has done with A&E and I feel like with each Biography, I’ve learned something new. I love learning about the history of our business, especially when it comes to mega Superstars who have paved the way for people like myself to live my dreams in WWE. The one I’m the most excited about is the upcoming Bret Hart Biography. Not just because he’s my uncle, but because Bret has lived such a complex and inspiring life. When you grow up in a huge wrestling family like the Hitman did, and the entire family business is surrounded by a wrestling ring, there’s never going to be a dull moment.

My mom Ellie is one of Bret’s siblings, and I grew up hearing every crazy story about all of the Harts’ childhood. From Andre the Giant coming over to the Hart House for my grandfather Stu’s roast beef to the stories of the “Hart Dungeon” and everything in between. The Hart family, one of the most iconic and well-known families in Canada, prided themselves on being unconventional, eccentric and colouring outside of every line. The family dynamic helped shape the person Bret would grow up to be.

In this biography, Bret speaks about his entire life. From the early years at the Hart House, where it was often feast or famine, depending on how my grandfather Stu’s wrestling promotion (Stampede Wrestling) was doing at the time. Even in the hardest times of Bret’s childhood, where my grandfather didn’t know how he was going to feed his kids, there was never a shortage of love, faith, excitement and camaraderie amongst the Harts. These elements of Bret’s early years transcended into his later life in the ring, where he would use the skills he learned to thrive as a kid to help him rise to the top in WWE.

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Source – Calgary Sun

 
Calgary Sun Article/Interview with Natalya – 5/19/2021
 
Published by:
  2021/05/19
 

It’s been a whirlwind of a week, but I couldn’t be happier because I finally got to see a dream become reality for me and my tag team partner, Tamina Snuka. This past Friday on Smackdown, Tamina and I became the new WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions. This was my third championship in WWE, but winning this title was incredibly special to me, and possibly the most special of all the titles I’ve ever held in WWE. Winning the Tag Team Championship reminded me of how I was able to honour my dad and my uncle Bret Hart, who were one of the greatest tag teams in WWE history. I got to win it with someone who I respect greatly, exactly like the same mutual respect my dad and the Hitman had for each other.

What was most special to me was watching Tamina win her first championship in WWE in over 11 years. It may have taken 4,008 days, but Tamina did it and she proved everyone wrong. She reminded people around the world that it’s never too late to reach your dreams. She dedicated her win to the WWE Universe, her children and her Samoan family, who are one of the most prestigious families in all of sports entertainment. Tamina started her career in WWE against me, as I was her very first match when she made her debut. From the very first day she started with WWE, she’s always been quiet, kind and humble but ferocious in the ring. Through the years, she’s become such a solid competitor in the ring and a steadfast force in the locker room, someone we can all turn to for anything and we know she’ll be there.

Tamina was interviewed after winning the Tag Team Championship, and said, “I think a lot of people take it for granted on what it’s like to hold a championship title. Or to say that you are a champion. Now I can actually say I’m a champion and I’m so incredibly grateful. Dreams do come true. 11 years in the making. This is my passion and I’ll forever bleed this industry. So from the bottom of my heart, I just want to take this time to say thank you.”

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Source – Calgary Sun

 
Calgary Sun Article/Interview with Natalya – 5/6/2021
 
Published by:
  2021/05/06
 

I love Mother’s Day because it’s just another reason to celebrate my mom, who I adore. Growing up, my dad was gone a lot, sometimes upwards of 300 days a year, travelling the world as a WWE Superstar. My mom had the huge task of taking care of me and my two sisters often by herself. When I think of my mother, I think of love, passion, kindness, creativity, drive, work ethic, dedication, loyalty and ferocity to protect the ones she loves.

No matter what, my mom can always make something out of nothing and can fix anything. There’s never been anything in my life she hasn’t been able to fix.  Whether it’s a broken toilet, a broken heart or helping me with a homework assignment, she’s always been there to take care of it. One morning she made a batch of peanut butter brownies in minutes because I forgot our school was having a potluck day. My mom made it happen right before our school bus came and I didn’t go to school empty and handed.  It’s safe to say my mom’s been there through thick and thin.

I’m scared of lizards, spiders and insects. When I see one, I scream and run! The other night, around 2:30 in the morning, my cat had cornered a lizard in my bedroom that he brought into the house earlier in the day. I called my mom up, she picked up on two rings and I said “I’m so sorry to call you in the middle of the night but 2pawz is stalking a lizard in my room and I’m scared of the lizard! Can you come over?” My mom said, “You didn’t wake me up. I was watching an old episode of Perry Mason and I was up anyway. I’ll be right over.” Bright-eyed and bushy-tailed, my mom came over in her pyjamas, scooped the lizard up and brought him outside. The lizard and I were quite relieved, to say the least! It is in moments like that where I am reminded of how my mom is unconditionally there for me.

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