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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...
 
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  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/Edmonton Sun Article/Interview with Natalya – 7/27...
 
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  2018/07/27
 

Warren Buffet once said, “Forward is forward, no matter the pace.” I think this applies to many things in life and it certainly applies to me. A few days ago, I found myself giving my mom a pep talk on the importance of her health and wellness. What my mom didn’t know was that I was also struggling that day to get to the gym, unpack my bags, do my laundry, plan a family gathering at my house and just get motivated overall.  All I wanted to do a was stay inside my house, curl up on my couch, eat Halo Top Peanut Butter Swirl ice cream and watch reruns of The Golden Girls. Was I tired, burned out, or both?

But back to my mom.  She didn’t feel like going to her Orange Theory class (boot camp for beginners) because she felt she was so far behind everyone else around her. She said she felt older and less athletic because the teacher would always correct her on doing the exercises wrong.  I said, “Ok, so you’re not the fastest or the strongest or the most agile, but what matters is that you showed up, got started and got better in every class. Once you get moving, you’ll feel great and once that hour class is over, you’ll feel more accomplished and have endorphins for the rest of the day.”

My mom has kept it up in her classes and has lost 10 pounds! She went from slow walking on a treadmill to running with an incline. She is lifting weights with ease and even showing off in class. We went shopping the other day and she was so excited that she went down two sizes. That’s just more motivation for her to keep getting fit.  We go to these workout classes together and I get excited about our sweat sessions because I get to spend time with my mom and we get to see results together. I love seeing how much she’s improved, which motivates me to be better myself.  Also, I’ve learned that when someone else is watching me on a treadmill, I don’t want to quit, I want to show off. Sometimes showing off produces results.

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Calgary Sun/Edmonton Sun Article/Interview with Natalya – 7/20...
 
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  2018/07/20
 

Special Olympics is such an empowering organization for the thousands of athletes involved and those of us like myself who lend support to them. The Summer Games is also very important because they prove that no matter what one’s limitations are, you can set a goal and reach for the stars. It’s admirable and inspiring to see athletes training hard, staying focused and working toward a dream. I know it motivated me more with the direction of my own hopes and dreams.

Special Olympics are also about inclusion; no one gets left out.

I’ve had the pleasure of being a part of several Special Olympics events over the past few years with WWE and I’ve also joined athletes for motivational talks at both opening and closing ceremonies. I’ve coached a bocce game opposite my fellow WWE Superstar and friend Titus O’Neil. That event was so much fun especially because Titus and I had never played before so the athletes taught us a lot. Titus is hilarious; he’s so competitive and such a super athlete himself. He had his team doing his trademark bark that he does when he makes his entrance to the ring, and he couldn’t handle it when my team won!

I’ve also played basketball at the Special Olympics with Big Show. I’m still learning to play basketball myself, but I can surely say Big Show taught me the most I’ve ever learned about playing basketball that day. “Show” (as we affectionately call him at work) also proved to be such a gentle giant with the athletes, as his larger-than-life presence was overshadowed by what a teddy bear he is in real life.

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Source – Edmonton Sun

 
Calgary Sun/Edmonton Sun Article/Interview with Natalya – 7/13...
 
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  2018/07/13
 

When you talk about strong, empowering women, Renee undoubtedly is near the top of the list. She’s beautiful, easy going, fair, funny and always willing to listen. Did I mention she’s also one of the best on-air personalities in WWE? She’s not afraid to be different but at the same time, also be herself. Renee uses her voice to reach others, both literally and figuratively.

I didn’t have to dig very deep to get Renee to let me in on some of the secrets to her success and what she loves about being Canadian. I asked her about being a woman in WWE. She answered with, “I’ve always felt very embraced as a woman in WWE. But I’ve also been able to carve out my own niche spot within the company, which has been one of the most rewarding parts of my role here. To step up and own a space which has ultimately led to other opportunities for other women is really exciting.”

Renee has been featured on Raw, SmackDown Live, NXT and various programs on WWE Network. She’s also heavily involved in WWE’s community outreach programs like Special Olympics and Be a STAR. She told me, “There’s so much I want to do. I’d love to work on another WWE Network show, perhaps another type of interview-style show. Maybe a cooking show, or even a reboot of Tuesday Night Titans. How much fun would that be?” It didn’t take me long to tell Renee that if she was on them, I would definitely be watching!

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Source – Edmonton Sun

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