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Calgary Sun Article/Interview with Natalya – 12/15/2017
 
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  2017/12/15
 

The No. 1 question I get asked each week is how do I stay motivated?

Sometimes I feel like I can be on such a rollercoaster as I travel around the world. Other days, the answer is crystal clear.

Last week, I was in San Diego with WWE for our 15th annual Tribute to the Troops event.
WWE began Tribute to the Troops in 2003 at Camp Victory in Baghdad, Iraq, as a way to honour our servicemen and women and their families.

Today, it is considered TV’s most patriotic and heartwarming show of the year. Over the past 15 years, Tribute to the Troops has visited bases such as Baghram Airfield in Afghanistan, Joint Base Balad in Iraq, Marine Corps Base Quantico in Virginia, Fort Hood in Texas, and this year at Naval Base San Diego.

Prior to the event, I was averaging three hours of sleep every night for a week, performing against Charlotte Flair in SmackDown Women’s Championship matches in Mexico and Peru. Each day we would hop a flight and then head straight to an appearance and then to the venue. If we could squeeze in a workout and a chance to grab a healthy meal, that was a bonus.

To say the schedule was busy would be an understatement. I was flat-out tired, but I was still hungry to do it all over again the next day.

Is that crazy? I don’t think it is, because I truly love what I do, and my experience the next day solidified my feelings.

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Source – Calgary Sun

 
Calgary Sun Article/Interview with Natalya – 12/8/2017
 
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  2017/12/08
 

Christmas is my absolute favourite time of year. I love everything about the build-up to the “big day.”

It’s like waiting for the excitement of WrestleMania to come, minus the headlocks and bear hugs!

There are so many things I love about the holidays and so many moments etched in my memory that take me right back to when I was eight years old. From hanging Christmas lights on our house to decorating the biggest tree my dad could possibly find, Christmas was always a very special time.

You’ve seen my dad right? He was huge! Imagine how big our trees were!

When I was growing up, my dad — WWE Superstar Jim (The Anvil) Neidhart — was gone for most of the year, performing around the world. When my dad came home from being on the road, sometimes as long as a month at a time, he would make sure to really make special moments at home count.

Those moments were amplified at Christmas. It was always the best having my dad home for the holidays! We felt so blessed. My dad and my mom really made sure us Neidharts had holiday traditions.

I realize now that my parents really created moments from our childhood that would stay with us forever.

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Source – Calgary Sun 

 
Calgary Sun Article/Interview with Natalya – 12/1/2017
 
Published by:
  2017/12/01
 

Whoa, it’s Dec. 1 already! I have a question for you! Have you done your holiday gift shopping?! I haven’t. Nope. No sir-eeee BOB! I am the proverbial last-minute shopper. I always have been because I’ve realized one thing in my life is certain … I like to do everything under pressure. So I always wait until the last minute and I always go ALL out on my gifts.

As much as I love to give, of course I love to receive. I’ve gotten some amazing gifts in the past. I remember growing up, my favourite gift was a dollhouse my mom built for me and my sisters and it was filled with miniatures. A mini-bed and a mini-lamp and mini-groceries to go on mini-plates. It was the most adorable gift and my mom built the dollhouse by hand. When I was seven years old, I couldn’t appreciate that it was even more special because it came from my mom’s heart. My sisters and I wore that dollhouse out and I still love miniatures to this day because of that gift.

One of the worst gifts I’ve ever been given for Christmas was a shirt from my dad. It was a “Nightmare Before Christmas” shirt. It would have been fine if liked the movie “A Nightmare Before Christmas.” I never saw the movie. Not to mention the shirt was a double XL. Let’s just say it was the thought that counts! Though I have no idea what he was thinking!

That said, my sisters Jenni and Muffy and I will never forget the year my dad bought us our very own go-kart! My dad had a go-kart track built on our front lawn. We would ride around for hours on our go-kart as if we were driving our very own Mercedes Benz. Even our dad would drive it! We let our imaginations run wild in our yard and had the time of our lives acting like we actually knew how to drive!

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Source – Calgary Sun

 
Calgary Sun Article/Interview with Natalya – 11/24/2017
 
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  2017/11/25
 

how do you handle setbacks in your life? The truth is, every single one of us faces them. I know from experience, especially in sports and entertainment, we face roadblocks all the time. Whether it’s an injury, a mistake that was made, or a loss, setbacks happen to every single one of us. I’ve learned that you have to fight through the hard times. Trust that they will pass, because they will pass. Heck, you may get knocked down – repeatedly – and it’s OK to cry if you need to (I do a lot). But get back up, dust yourself off and KEEP GOING. In fact, some of the biggest setbacks in my life were actually blessings in disguise. That may seem crazy to read, but it’s true.

Let me share an example. Two years ago, I broke my ankle while practising for a match I was about to have on Monday Night Raw. It was the first injury I had ever suffered in my entire WWE career. Not only that, but it happened doing something small and innocuous. I was so mad at myself. I even went into complete denial that I was even injured (that’s how mad I was!) but my ankle was broken.

I flew home the next day and cried my eyes out. In my mind, I was “so close to being the champion” and finally getting the recognition I “felt I deserved.” I realize looking back now that I kind of had a chip on my shoulder. Once I finally saw the break in my ankle on the doctor’s X-Ray, I stopped crying. I got really serious and said to myself: ‘OK. I’ve got this.’ I couldn’t deny I was hurt. I couldn’t turn back the hands of time. I couldn’t go under it, around it or beneath it… I had to simply GO THROUGH IT.

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Source – Calgary Sun

 
Calgary Sun Article/Interview with Natalya – 11/17/2017
 
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  2017/11/18
 

Who are the people who have changed the course of your life? This week, I asked myself this question.

One of those people for me is a man known as Tokyo Joe, who was one of the most influential people in my life. Tokyo Joe was one of my first wrestling coaches, BUT he was so much more than a coach to me. He was someone who helped change the lives of all who learned under him. He helped shape the way that myself, my husband, my cousins and anyone who trained under him viewed the world. Through his training, he taught us to be strong as well as compassionate and to be able to view the everything from another perspective.

As a coach, Tokyo Joe was a strict and very traditional Japanese man who was stubborn, stern, private and very complex. He was also as tough as nails. He was a one-of-a-kind person and it was a privilege to have known him.

A notoriously private man, Tokyo Joe didn’t let many people into his life at all, let alone in his inner circle. Fortunately for myself and TJ, and a few others, we were exceptions, and thus the luckiest students in the game.

Joe lost one of his legs in a terrible car accident in 1974 working for my grandfather in Stampede Wrestling. The accident happened one week before he was supposed to go back home to Japan. Joe had to abandon his dreams of being a superstar and throw himself into another role: coach and talent scout for aspiring wrestlers. It was a role that he was not only good at, but became highly regarded for.

Tokyo Joe taught everyone he trained to never looked back, always forward. Joe epitomized that quote from the movie The Shawshank Redemption “either you get busy living or you get busy dying.” Joe lived over half of his life with a prosthetic leg, but you’d never have known it. Joe never showed any sign of weakness.

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Source – Calgary Sun

 
Calgary Sun Article/Interview with Natalya – 11/10/2017
 
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  2017/11/10
 

I’ve been fortunate enough in my career in World Wrestling Entertainment to travel all over the world — literally. I feel like I know every airport like the back of my hand. Tampa’s airport, however, is my favourite… it’s just so easy to whip in and out of. Maybe it’s because it’s the airport I frequent the most.

I get overwhelmed by how huge the London Heathrow airport is! Every time I have a connection through there, I feel like I’m running across a football field with my 40-pound carry-on suitcase in tow. On the plus side, that takes care of my cardio for the day.

I’m certainly very fortunate that my job affords the opportunity to see the rest of this beautiful world, but travel isn’t easy, though. In fact, it’s one of the most demanding parts of my career as a Superstar. You never know when you’re going to face a delay on the runway due to a mechanical issue, bad weather or an unruly passenger. And YES, I’ve experienced all of those. Then let’s talk about long lines, bad flight attendant jokes and losing your passport! Been there, done all of that, too!

Oh, and lost luggage? I’ve lost my luggage so many times, I’m convinced there’s actually a place called Parts Unknown and all of my lost luggage is there!

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Source – Calgary Sun

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