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Calgary Sun Article/Interview with Natalya – 4/15/2021
 
Published by:
  2021/04/16
 

Unfortunately i was unable to paste any of the Calgary Sun column as it says i read 4 articles already for the month which makes no sense and not true because the last time nattie wrote an article was march,31 and was the last time i went on. If you are able to read it please go to the source link for the Full article.

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Source – Calgary Sun

 
Calgary Sun Article/Interview with Natalya – 3/31/2021
 
Published by:
  2021/03/31
 

WrestleMania is more than a week away and one of my favourite parts about WrestleMania season is the annual WWE Hall Of Fame Ceremony. I love seeing the excitement around when an inductee gets announced and how pumped everyone gets celebrating their careers. This year, WWE will induct the class of 2020 and 2021 together on April 6.  I have so many wonderful friends who are soon to be Hall Of Famers like Kane, The Great Khali and Molly Holly. Two of my closest friends, The Bella Twins, are also being honoured in the class of 2020 WWE Hall of Fame and their induction is so special to me personally and also important to the WWE Women’s Evolution.

The Bella Twins and I started in WWE the same week. I remember first meeting Brie and Nikki and thinking to myself, “these girls are pretty, smart and have really bright personalities, but let’s see what they can do. Will they be able to get the in-ring part down?” Having grown up around WWE my entire life, I was always a little skeptical of newcomers into the industry. Right out of the gate, they both proved to me and everyone else that they wanted to work hard and never stopped doing so. True to form, they were fearless, as they’d show up early, stay late and threw themselves into learning everything they could possibly learn about competing in the ring and being WWE Superstars. Their drive was inspiring to me and Brie and Nikki both had an incredible business sense about them. Very early on in their WWE careers, they both had a vision to create more visibility for women in the ring.

Before we had the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, we trained at FCW in Tampa, Fla. At the start of our training together, there was no air conditioning, just a few rings in a run-down warehouse with some canned goods stacked on the floors that were used as makeshift chairs to sit on. That said, we loved it! All we needed was each other, the ring and our passion. We leaned on each other to help hone our skills in and out of the ring! The costumes, my presentation, speaking, storylines … the Bella Twins helped me with so much when they didn’t have to. I’ll never forget how much they did for me, as we had so much fun learning the ropes of WWE together.

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Source – Calgary Sun

 
Calgary Sun Article/Interview with Natalya – 3/24/2021
 
Published by:
  2021/03/24
 

The Road to WrestleMania is what dreams are made of. WrestleMania is special for so many reasons. For me, it’s extra special because after a year of competing without fans, we are finally getting to have our WWE Universe back with us. In honour of Women’s History Month and the Road to WrestleMania, I wanted to share what I’m most excited about and that is my partnership with Tamina. Of all the women in our division, there’s no woman who I would rather have my back than her. Both of us have bloodlines in this industry that run deep through many generations. The Samoan and Hart dynasties are so special amongst WWE fans, going back to the prestigious names such as The Wild Samoans,  Hart Foundation, British Bulldogs, Usos, The Rock, Bret Hart, Umaga, Owen Hart, The Headshrinkers, Yokozuna, The Dynamite Kid, Rikishi and Roman Reigns to name a few!

I wanted to highlight Tamina because amongst so many incredible people in her family, she stands tall, caring a torch for her family today. Our bloodlines connect us as we represent our families and women in sports. I asked Tamina why her Fijian/Samoan heritage is so important to her. She said: “My cultural heritage is everything to me. It’s my foundation. Growing up I was taught the importance of honouring our ancestors and carrying their legacy forward. My heritage is rich in ceremonial dance, song, rituals, and an unrivaled warrior culture. I take great pride in my people. It’s not only my pleasure to represent my ancestry at such a high level in WWE, but it’s my duty, a duty I take very seriously. When it’s time I will pass the same symbolic torch to my daughters that my family passed to me and they will carry on and do the same.”

Recently, Tamina unveiled a piece of her heritage with a tribal tattoo honouring her ancestors. Tamina said the tattoo represents so much to her. “When I was eight years old living in Hawaii, I saw the traditional tattooing being done and was amazed at how it was done. The spirit of our people came together singing songs and giving the strength to whoever was being tattooed. You feel the beauty and love of our culture. I wanted to experience the same thing. I wanted to represent both my Fijian and Samoan culture and the love for my kids and family. My dad who was born in Suva, Fiji and my mom who was born in Samoa have always taught me my culture and to be proud of where we came from. My bloodline, my legacy. They taught me to always remember our ancestors and the sacrifices they went through to help get me here today.”

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Source – Calgary Sun

 
Calgary Sun Article/Interview with Natalya – 3/19/2021
 
Published by:
  2021/03/20
 

I wrote this particular column a year ago, March 15, 2020.  At the time I was looking forward to sharing the good news about my uncle, the British Bulldog, being inducted into WWE’s Hall of Fame as part of the 2020 WrestleMania week. As everything shut down, amongst so many other changes the world was going through in 2020, the WWE Hall of Fame Ceremony was temporarily put on hold. The great news is, as we approach this year’s WrestleMania, we will finally get to celebrate the much deserved class of 2020 and 2021 Hall of Fame inductees.

I asked my aunt, Diana Hart Smith, what her thoughts were on her late husband being given this incredible honor by WWE. Diana answered: “From the first time I saw Davey wrestle, back in spring of 1981, when he was only 18, I knew he was incredible. He just got better and stronger in the ring with every match. Davey was really something to behold. Fast forward from 1981 to 2021, I’m absolutely thrilled Davey finally is going to be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame. He loved his fans, he loved being a part of the WWE Family and he loved his family. He would be so honoured. I am so proud of what Davey accomplished in his career. He will continue to be immortal in this huge but truly hard-earned privilege. Davey’s daughter Georgia said about her father’s induction: “My family and I have been waiting years for this. This is like a missing puzzle piece for my dad’s wrestling legacy. I’m so proud, excited, and the happiest person in the world that my dad, the British Bulldog Davey Boy Smith is a WWE Hall of Famer.

Davey Boy Smith is one of the most legendary British Superstars of all time. He started wrestling at 13 years old, still in school when he started with “Big Daddy” for the wrestling promotion, “World Of Sport.” Ted Betley was Davey’s first coach, who taught him how to wrestle in England. Davey went on to become one of England’s most decorated WWE Superstars of all time, winning the Intercontinental Championship, European Championship, Hardcore Championship, and WWE Tag Team Championship (alongside his tag team partner, The Dynamite Kid).

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Source – Calgary Sun

 
Calgary Sun Article/Interview with Natalya – 3/12/2021
 
Published by:
  2021/03/13
 

In honour of Women’s History Month, there are so many incredible women with whom I work with in WWE.  I love being able to highlight the different journeys to reach their dreams and I especially love a good comeback story.

That’s why I have chosen WWE Superstar Sasha Banks for this column as she heads to WrestleMania this April to face Bianca Belair for the Smackdown womens champioship.

One of the coolest things about Sasha — which I think is very relatable to WWE fans worldwide — is that she herself grew up a fan of the sport, not unlike so many little girls who look up to her today.

I asked Sasha what it was like for her to transition from a lifelong fan to a superstar in WWE? Sasha answered: “It was and is a dream come true every day. I have crushed about every goal I’ve ever had, except to main event WrestleMania, which I plan to do this year. I’ve been with the most amazing people that will forever be my family thanks to this industry. I’ve grown into the women I always dreamt to be.” As someone who’s been embedded in this industry my entire life, I’ve seen so many different women come into WWE from all walks of life. I love the diversity that we as women share in WWE. It’s a testament that women like Sasha, Tamina, Carmella, Bayley, Ruby, Liv, Bianca, Sonya, Billie Kay and so many others can be anything they want to be. We can all be so different and make our own very special impact on the world through sports.

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Source – Calgary Sun

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Calgary Sun Article/Interview with Natalya – 3/3/2021
 
Published by:
  2021/03/03
 

March is an exciting time in WWE for many reasons. The road to WrestleMania is in full swing and so is the Women’s Evolution. WrestleMania is the grandest stage of them all, and it’s an event that every single woman in WWE wants to be a part of. There is no better way to celebrate Women’s History Month in March than by putting a spotlight on the women of WWE and around the world striving to reach their dreams through sport.

Whether it’s Serena Williams, Simone Biles, Lindsey Vaughn, or the women of WWE, there are no boundaries to what women today can accomplish. This Sunday, WWE will premiere a new documentary entitled Heaven. It is a powerful story of an incredible high school athlete named Heaven Fitch.  She grew up with three older brothers, who all were very involved in sports.  Heaven wanted to be like her brothers and play sports, too. She played everything from baseball, soccer and then wrestling.  Heaven had to overcome many obstacles on her journey in wrestling, but she defied the odds by joining the male wrestling team.

In 2020, Heaven was the best 106-pound wrestler in her state and was the first girl to win a boy’s state wrestling championship in North Carolina. What Heaven accomplished had never been done before.

The documentary on Heaven Fitch is narrated by WWE Hall of Famer and former WWE Women’s Champion Beth Phoenix. Beth is one of my closest friends in and out of WWE, and it is only fitting that she is the narrator because her story is very similar to Heaven’s story.

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