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Calgary Sun/Edmonton Sun Article/Interview with Natalya – 4/18...
 
Published by:
  2019/04/18
 

This week on Twitter, @fadhitman asked me how I’m feeling after WrestleMania. With the recent Superstar Shake-Up having come and gone this past Monday, it’s got me thinking a lot about change and why I like new starts.

I ask myself, how do I go about handling so much change, week to week? How do I handle change when everything is moving so fast? Every day on the road with WWE is different. It’s not always easy when you’re in a new city, state, country, and continent daily. With all this change, I’m constantly thinking about where to get healthy food; what the best gym to train at is; will the arena be easy to get to; is the airport a big one; how hard is it going to be to get my rental car; will I find a nice hotel; who will my opponent be when I get to Raw; what if there’s traffic on my way to the airport home; what if my flight home is delayed; and will I make it home in time for my four appointments? I don’t always have the answers to all these questions but I feel like by now, I am an expert at rolling with the punches.

Sometimes the best thing we can ask for is change, and a fresh start forces us to confront change head-on. Let me tell you a story and one you may or may not be familiar with. Last November, Becky Lynch was supposed to face Ronda Rousey at Survivor Series. The matchup between the “Lass Kicker” and “The Baddest Woman on the Planet” was a highly anticipated showdown that our WWE Universe was excited for. Armbar versus Armbar with Becky being the ultimate underdog, but also the crowd favorite. There was a series of events that changed the face of this match. Ronda Rousey ended up facing off against Charlotte Flair instead and Becky Lynch was benched with an injury. I remember seeing Becky backstage at Survivor Series and she was obviously down because she wasn’t wrestling in what at the time would have been one of her biggest matches to date. I told her that the best opportunities often result from things that weren’t supposed to happen and to “hang tight because everything happens for a reason.” Who would have thought that this “change in plans” would change the course of WWE history and our WWE women’s division forever.

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Source – Edmonton Sun

 
Calgary Sun Article/Interview with Natalya – 4/11/2019
 
Published by:
  2019/04/12
 

What an amazing, incredible WrestleMania week we had! So much has happened that it’s all been a whirlwind, but it’s been the best kind of excitement! I’m beyond grateful for every little thing. From the women of WWE making history as the main event in WrestleMania for the first time in 35 years to Kofi Kingston winning the WWE Championship and having his children celebrate with him in the ring after. It was surreal having my uncle Bret Hart walk me out on stage with my best friend Beth Phoenix in front of 82,265 people. One word, wow.

We also saw the return of old school “Doctor of Thugonomics” John Cena as he interrupted Elias’s musical performance. I missed ya, John. Welcome back! I was also on the edge of my seat watching Shane McMahon take on The Miz in a “Falls Count Anywhere” match that had them flying from the rafters. When Shane McMahon competes, you know he’s going to jump off something high!

When I rewind to the Women’s Tag Team Championship match I was in with Beth vs. Sasha Banks and Bayley vs. Nia Jax and Tamina vs. The IIconics, I am overwhelmed with emotion. Minutes before going out through the curtain in front of a sold-out MetLife Stadium, I was joined by two-time WWE Hall of Famer Bret Hart. Bret was a part of my entrance with Beth Phoenix and gave Beth and I a pep talk. Beth and I walked out with Bret standing behind us, as the camera zoomed up on us and fireworks lit up the sky. We really wanted to re-enact the entrance that Bret Hart had during his WrestleMania X match against Owen Hart. After all, this year was the 25th anniversary of their iconic match that hailed from Madison Square Garden.

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Source – Calgary Sun

 
Calgary Sun Article/Interview with Natalya – 4/4/2019
 
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  2019/04/04
 

WrestleMania is just days away and as I write this, I’m in New York where WWE has literally taken over! From WWE Axxess, NXT Takeover, Hall of Fame, Raw, Smackdown Live and of course WrestleMania, New York and New Jersey are getting the ultimate WWE experience.

Excitement is in the air as we approach WrestleMania! More than 80,000 people will be on hand to celebrate and witness history in the making, while 180 countries from around the world will be able to tune into WWE Network on April 7 live from MetLife Stadium!

I think this will be the best WrestleMania in history. For example, my close friend Kofi Kingston is getting a title shot for the WWE Championship against Daniel Bryan. This match is important to me because I started my career in WWE the same time as Kofi started his. To see Kofi rise to the top in WWE and get a once in a lifetime WrestleMania moment is so rewarding because it shows us all that dreams really do come true! I feel that this is Kofi’s year. I keep tweeting (along with everyone else) ‘KOFIMANIA!’ You’ve got this, Kof.

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Source – Calgary Sun

 
Calgary Sun Article/Interview with Natalya – 3/28/2019
 
Published by:
  2019/03/28
 

It feels great to say that my dad, Jim “The Anvil” Neidhart is going to be in the WWE Hall of Fame! He is joining my uncle, Bret Hart, as The Hart Foundation is getting inducted into the class of 2019 WWE Hall of Fame, and I couldn’t be more excited!

WWE broke the news this past Monday ahead of Monday Night Raw. I was so happy thinking about what this honour would mean to my dad if he were here today. The first person I reached out to was my uncle Bret. He’s always been somebody that I’ve been close to and who I’ve looked up to. If you’re an aspiring wrestler, Bret Hart is usually at the top of the list for inspiration. To see “The Hitman” get this honour with my dad makes it even better because they both were part of one of the greatest WWE tag teams of all time. They created this team together and they proved to the world that not only were they unstoppable in the ring but that “real men wore pink!”

Bret and I talked about how we both wished that my dad could be here to accept this Hall of Fame induction but we know he would have been so thrilled at this honour.  My dad excelled at so many sports in his life. Everything from professional football to being a world-class shot putter, but nothing meant as much to my dad as what he accomplished in the ring as a WWE Superstar. My dad really wanted to be in the Hall Of Fame and it was something we talked about a lot. I kept telling him not to worry and that it was all about timing and it would eventually happen. It was my promise to my dad to see his career honored as I wanted to help keep his legacy alive.

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Calgary Sun Article/Interview with Natalya – 3/22/2019
 
Published by:
  2019/03/23
 

I absolutely loved being back in Edmonton for the Road To WrestleMania tour and the crowd was electric! I know that Edmonton and Calgary have had their “rivalries” in the past, but I felt that solid Alberta love through and through. In the past I have been accused by Dolph Ziggler of “claiming all of Canada as my home,” but my love runs deep for my native country.

The WWE live event in Edmonton brought back so many amazing memories of when I was first starting out in my career. I used to perform in Calgary, Edmonton, Red Deer, Cold Lake, Lethbridge, Medicine Hat, Camrose, Kamloops, Kelowna, Surrey and all over Western Canada for Stampede Wrestling. Stampede Wrestling was a promotion started by my grandfather, Stu Hart. When I was competing for them, I would come out “through the curtain” slapping everyone’s hands to my ring song, Cyndi Lauper’s “Girls Just Want to Have fun.” I wore a (hideous) pink and black singlet that didn’t quite fit properly and I sported light pink boots with the letters “N” on the sides of each boot.

Sometimes there were a couple hundred people in the crowd, sometimes less than 50 people. We would drive to each town and set up our own ring to perform in at places like The Bowness Sportsplex and The Ogden Legion Hall. Those places became like a second home to myself and so many aspiring young wrestlers. We didn’t care that we weren’t making much money and weren’t famous. We only cared that we were doing something that we loved together. When you have a passion for something, it makes you excited to jump out of bed each day and go for it.

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Source – Calgary Sun

 
Calgary Sun Article/Interview with Natalya – 3/14/2019
 
Published by:
  2019/03/14
 

The road to WrestleMania leads us in so many directions, but we have so many amazing things we get to do as WWE Superstars along the way. One of those special days happened this week at the Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh, where we met some pretty incredible kids.

This was my fourth visit to the UPMC Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh. This hospital, in particular, is really special to the WWE family, as it’s where Connor’s Cure originated. Connor’s Cure is a fund started by WWE to raise money and awareness to support children with cancer. It was named after a little boy by the name of Connor Michalek. Connor was inspired to keep fighting by WWE Superstar Daniel Bryan and he inspired the entire WWE Universe around the world with his bravery and courage in his battle with cancer. It broke our hearts to lose Connor in 2014, but his memory and legacy live on today in a powerful way thanks to Connor’s Cure.

It was so cool to be able to bring my friends — fellow WWE Superstars Roman Reigns, Seth Rollins and Finn Balor — to visit the kids at the hospital. Kelsey, one of the patients there, jumped for joy when Seth walked into the room, and she was even wearing his shirt. I could see the light in her eyes when Seth hugged her and told her he wanted her to come to a live Monday Night Raw taping. We all signed a Championship Title for her and gave it to her as a memory of our visit and as a token that WWE always has her back.

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Source – Calgary Sun

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