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Calgary Sun Article/Interview with Natalya – 5/23/2019
 
Published by:
  2019/05/23
 

This past week was a monumental one for myself and the entire WWE women’s division, as I competed in my fourth Money In The Bank ladder match.  Although I didn’t win, I felt so proud of every single woman I was up against. Every single girl brought it! It was definitely the most challenging ladder match I’ve ever been involved in.

The whole point of the Money In The Bank ladder match is to climb to the top of the ladder, unhook the briefcase and win a contract that will guarantee one woman an opportunity to have a championship match anytime over the next year. The stakes are high, but winning the match is one of the coolest things a WWE Superstar can achieve.

Every woman fought hard, but this year’s winner ended up being Bayley, and I couldn’t be happier for her. Yes, I wanted to be the champion again, but I also know how much Bayley has been fighting for another moment to shine. Not only did Bayley win the contract in the ladder match, but on the very same night she also cashed in on Charlotte Flair to become the first women’s grand slam champion in WWE history, which means she is the only woman in WWE history to win the Raw, Smackdown, NXT and WWE Tag Team Women’s championships. Now that is a heck of a resume!

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Source – Calgary Sun

 
Calgary Sun Article/Interview with Natalya – 5/16/2019
 
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  2019/05/17
 

Twice a year WWE goes to Europe and we travel to multiple countries over the course of two weeks. The tours are hectic but so much fun and I’ve been blessed to see so many amazing countries in the last decade. Places like Germany, Ireland, Poland, Greece, Italy and Britain are among a few of the places we’ve traveled to. I’ve probably done 20 of these tours, and each one has brought me incredible life experiences.

This trip was different from all those other tours as I was lucky enough to have Beth Phoenix join me in tag team action. Beth is not only my best friend, but also one of the best female in-ring competitors in the world. Did I also mention she’s a WWE Hall Of Famer? I’m biased about Beth but it’s true! Beth retired seven years ago, when she decided she wanted to start a family. Watching her in the ring this week shows Beth still has it. I consider her to be like the Serena Williams of WWE, a woman who can do it all and more. Before Beth retired, we were a legitimate tag team in the WWE women’s division. We called ourselves “The Divas of Doom” and we meant business. Beth and I did CrossFit before it was cool, had matching costumes and we loved wrestling more than anything.

In the time Beth was in WWE with me, we never got to team together on a European tour; which is hard to believe. Now we were finally getting to “tag” on this unexpected reunion. From the second that we landed in Ireland to start our tour, we had so much fun and every day has felt like an adventure. There wasn’t a day we missed a workout and I got to learn Beth’s new gym routine. We chatted through every exercise and would finish our workouts discussing where we’d have breakfast in Ireland, Belgium and England. We never denied ourselves the French pastries, as when in France, you have to live it up!

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Source – Calgary Sun

 
Calgary Sun Article/Interview with Natalya – 5/9/2019
 
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  2019/05/09
 

With Mother’s Day just a few days away, it got me thinking about my appreciation for mothers worldwide. So many of the women I work with like The Bella Twins, Carmella, Renee Young and Naomi rely on their moms daily for love, support and friendship, as they can change our whole day with just one conversation or a hug. We talk about our mothers a lot in the locker room and how we are slowly turning into them over time. I’ve inherited my mom’s nurturing side but I’ve also gotten her “chronically five minutes late for everything” side, too! The other day when I was having dinner with Brie and Nikki, I told Brie that she sounds just like her mom Kathy when she laughs, and Nikki agreed.

I’ve written a lot about my mom in my column over the years. She is the anchor in my life and a person I talk to multiple times a day about anything, everything and sometimes absolutely nothing.  When I need a ride to the airport at 4 a.m., she’s up early making coffee and acting like she wouldn’t have it any other way. I could call an Uber but I really love our car rides together where we listen to Willie Nelson and tell funny stories about my dad. My mom’s amazing “mom skills” have set the tone for my sister Muffy to be an amazing mother herself.

Muffy has two boys ages eight and 10. I am in awe of my little sister and everything that she does to be such a fantastic parent. She is also an elementary school teacher, and a proud role model to young kids every day. Just watching Muffy interact with her children and seeing how polite and respectful they are to her and others made me realize more than ever that her boys, Lachlan and Maddox, are a direct reflection of her! From their manners to their drive and discipline, it’s all because they have strong parents backing them up.

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Source – Calgary Sun

 
Calgary Sun/Edmonton Sun Article/Interview with Natalya – 4/25...
 
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  2019/04/25
 

It’s been just a few weeks since WrestleMania. History was made that night and one of my absolute favorite WrestleMania moments happened when my good friend Kofi Kingston became the new WWE Champion.

I started out in WWE the same year as Kofi and we were in WWE developmental together. It took him 11 years to win the WWE Championship. I asked Kofi after he won, if there were moments he doubted if he could achieve this dream or not? Kofi said, “though I have been extremely fortunate to have appeared on television very consistently over the last 11 years, I would still say that my career has definitely had its ups and downs.”

I asked Kofi what changed for him. He said: “I began to take the mentality of ‘control what you can control’ and what I could control was my in-ring performances. Regardless of the time, I was given for the match, regardless of the way the storyline was booked, the one thing I could control was the way I delivered. I believed that fate would handle the rest.”

One of my favorite moments at WrestleMania this year was watching Kofi’s two sons celebrate his huge victory with him in the ring, and Kofi agreed, “having my family in the ring with me after becoming WWE Champion was just awesome. I always strive to set an example for my kids to work hard and develop a strong sense of work ethic. I have worked incredibly hard and sacrificed so much; birthdays, holidays, weddings, weekends away from home, all just to get to this point. Having my kids in there celebrating the moment, the culmination of all the work and sacrifice, while people cheered, clapped, laughed, and cried was essentially delivering the message of ‘See? These are the kinds of moments you can achieve if you are willing to work hard.”

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Source – Edmonton Sun

 
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

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