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Mini Bio: From the moment she first came before the WWE Universe, Natalya realized that competing in WWE was a gift, one she would utilize to its fullest extent. Of course, being trained in the legendary Hart Family Dungeon alongside a few famous family members didn't hurt either. Despite a profound desire to forge her own path, there's no denying that Natalya possesses the "hart" to reach new heights in the ring. Whether creating havoc as part of The Hart Dynasty, executing the family Sharpshooter or stepping out on her own to capture the Divas Championship, the fiery third-generation Diva has shown time-and-time again that the legendary Pink & Black legacy is safe in her hands. READ MORE?
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Natalya On Wilde On Podcast – 7/1/2020
 
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  2020/07/02
 

Natalya was a guest on Taylor Wilde’s new podcast called Wilde On. Nattie was her first guest, You can listen now to the entire podcast below. 

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Calgary Sun Article/Interview with Natalya – 6/19/2020
 
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  2020/06/19
 

With Father’s Day quickly approaching this Sunday, I want to send my love and appreciation to all of the dads around the world! I’m privileged to know so many amazing dads who take so much pride in their parenting, including many of my coworkers like Kofi Kingston, Xavier Woods, Kevin Owens, Randy Orton, Edge, Apollo Crews, Rey Mysterio, Shelton Benjamin and AJ Styles to name just a few.  We also can’t forget Seth Rollins who is a “dad to be,” which I know he’s so excited about.  All of these people set the bar pretty high in the dad department.

It also got me thinking about how much I love and appreciate my dad. As I grow older, I have been reflecting a lot on how unique and special he was. I have so many funny memories of my dad doing stuff that at the time drove me crazy, but now I look back and appreciate it all so much. Like that time my dad and I did an autograph signing in Toronto, where it was our first signing together and I asked myself “what could go wrong?”  Well, the question came back to haunt me! When we landed at the Toronto airport, my dad was going through customs and we realized as we approached the counter that he accidentally filled out his customs form wrong.  Of course, we were in a huge hurry trying to make our appearance, but I felt like I was the parent and my dad was the kid; and that’s how we rolled sometimes. My dad reminded me so much of John Candy in the movie Planes, Trains and Automobiles. He took his shoes off in the customs waiting area and was making friends with everyone around him. Not to mention that he raided a small vending machine and was chomping on Starburst and potato chips without a care in the world. Here I am, thinking “We aren’t going to make this signing! I can’t believe he filled out the form wrong.”  But even then it was hard for me to get mad at him … even when he was getting on my last nerve. Thankfully, we made our signing and proved that even the simplest things turned into highly comical adventures with my dad. Those are the times that I love and that I miss the most.

I go back and look at text messages my dad would send me, saying “I loved your promo tonight. You remind me of Roddy Piper. You’re speaking so clearly and with so much confidence. Keep it up Nattie!” I only had one sentence to say on Raw sometimes, but just having him believe in me and always encourage me meant the world. After my matches, my dad would say to me, “don’t forget to throw lots of dropkicks like Dynamite Kid! You’re doing great, Nattie!” He always wanted me to succeed and be happy.

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Source – Calgary Sun

 
Calgary Sun Article/Interview with Natalya – 6/11/2020
 
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  2020/06/11
 

With so much going on in the world today, I felt compelled to write a column on using our voices to send positive messages. One of the great aspects of working for WWE is that we have the opportunity to reach so many people, not just on television weekly, but through our social media platforms. Social media in many ways has taken over a lot of the way we communicate in the world today, as it seems like we can gather information and interact with anyone, at any time.

It’s no secret that WWE is a global juggernaut that is featured in more than 180 countries around through our weekly television shows. From China, Japan, Australia, the United Kingdom, South America, Canada, USA and more, WWE has a way of leaving a huge fingerprint on the world. WWE’s massive reach worldwide is also measured by how the company continues to grow its social media platforms. WWE has 21.3 million followers on Instagram, 10.9 million followers on Twitter, 61.3 million subscribers on YouTube (one of the most viewed channels in the world) and 39 million likes on Facebook. That’s a whole lot of followers and influence! Every day, the numbers for WWE’s social platforms continue to grow and it’s truly “phenomenal”, in the words of AJ Styles.

With social media at our fingertips, the communication game has changed so much. Social media helps us build a following and send messages to our fans around the world.  It also gives us a platform to reach out to people, use our voices to spread important messages, promote an event, and share our experiences and points of view. I’ve been fortunate enough to have built an incredible social media following myself with a combined 6.2 million followers between Twitter and Instagram. I do believe that with having such a large following comes a large responsibility to use my platform wisely.

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Source – Calgary Sun

 
Calgary Sun Article/Interview with Natalya – 6/5/2020
 
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  2020/06/05
 

I felt compelled to write this week about someone who’s very uplifting and inspiring to me. While 2020 has been such a challenging year for so many of us, there have been a few incredible people in my life who’ve made these tough times better and who continue to do a whole lot of good for our community and the world we live in. Titus O’Neil is one of those people. I’ve written about Titus in my columns several times before because he’s been a huge part of so many positive moments in my life.

Just last week it was announced that Titus was nominated for this year’s ESPN Muhammad Ali Humanitarian of the Year Award. This award brings $100,000 to the winner’s charity of choice. I can tell you first hand that no one deserves this honour more than Titus and he’s been nominated with some pretty awesome people like NBA’s Kevin Love, Devin and Jason McCourty and WNBA’s Maya Moore. When I asked Titus about his nomination, he said, “I’m nominated amongst a truly great class of people and that makes this honour even more meaningful.

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Source – Calgary Sun

 
Calgary Sun Article/Interview with Natalya – 5/29/2020
 
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  2020/05/29
 

Last week the world lost a wonderful person by the name of Shad Gaspard. Gaspard, 39, a friend and a former WWE superstar, was swimming with his son at the beach, when he tragically drowned in a dangerous rip tide. Shad’s son was rescued, but unfortunately Shad was not. However, the fact that Shad told the lifeguard to save his son first tells you everything you need to know about the kind of person Shad was.

When I first heard that Shad had disappeared, I was so hopeful, like the rest of the world, that Shad would return safe and sound. I was hoping that it was all just a big misunderstanding. I felt devastated hearing the official news of his passing, as Shad was a huge part of our WWE family and together we have deeply mourned the loss of him over the last week.

Myself, my husband TJ, and my cousin Harry Smith (The Hart Dynasty) had worked for several years with Shad in WWE feuding with Cryme Tyme, the team Shad and his partner JTG were in. We had so much fun working against him and creating magical memories in the ring together. We didn’t just tell stories that made our audience smile, but we also grew together as performers, always wanting to improve our matches together every single night.

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Source – Calgary Sun

 
Calgary Sun Article/Interview with Natalya – 5/15/2020
 
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  2020/05/15
 

This past week, a huge turn of events happened in our WWE women’s division. Becky Lynch, the longest reigning Raw Women’s Champion in history, announced that she is expecting a child with her fiancé Seth Rollins. Becky informed Asuka on Raw that the Money in the Bank ladder match she won the night before was not just for the briefcase, but for the Raw Women’s Championship. Becky said to Asuka as she handed over her women’s title, “You go be a warrior! I’m going to be a mother!”

It took me a minute to digest what I was hearing; Becky Lynch would be no longer be sharing a locker room with us, but she would be taking on this new role of motherhood during the height of her career. I knew in that moment that I was truly going to miss seeing someone who wasn’t just a coworker, but a friend to me and so many others in WWE.

I had hoped for another match, another promo, another storyline with Becky. I really liked working with her because not only did we have great chemistry in the ring, but she was really fun to collaborate ideas with. Becky and I shared our first tour of Japan together in 2005 when we were both just getting started. She knew what it was like to be an underdog, which was ultimately what helped turn her into one of the biggest stars in WWE. I felt like she understood where I was coming from as she was always rooting for the underdog. Becky never stopped chasing her dreams, no matter how hard they seemed to attain and she reminded me to keep fighting for my dreams, too.

Last year we had a four week rivalry for the Raw Women’s Championship at SummerSlam. Becky and I both knew what it was like to scratch and claw our way to the top and neither one of us ever wanted to be handed anything. It felt way better to earn it. I think that’s why we gelled so well in the squared circle and we did everything in our power to make our story meaningful leading up to our SummerSlam match in Toronto. I told Becky that one of my favourite matches of all time was Bret Hart vs. Stone Cold Steve Austin from WrestleMania 13.  Turns out we both found inspiration in Austin vs. The Hitman, and we both studied that match closely before our SummerSlam match.  Not only did we tear the house down in what was my favorite submission match I’ve been in, but we also felt proud that together we were setting the bar high for the Raw women’s division.

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Source – Calgary Sun

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