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Calgary Sun Article/Interview with Natalya – 8/10/2018
 
Published by:
  2018/08/11
 

As Stephanie spoke on Raw, she stated that the WWE Universe demanded more women’s matches and for them to be longer. Stephanie spoke of a time in 2015 where the hashtag #givedivasachance trended worldwide for three days straight. I was there when that happened, and since that time I’ve seen the growth and the real life Evolution first hand. It has been amazing.

I debuted in WWE right around the time when the “attitude era” ended and WWE programming switched to Parental Guidance. Back then, we had one champion and if you weren’t the champion or the challenger, securing television time was often challenging. Now we have a Women’s championship on Raw, SmackDown Live and NXT. That’s three strong women’s divisions in WWE.

I am so grateful that we have evolved so much and that there are now so many positive changes to WWE’s women’s division. There has never been such a spotlight and focus on the women as much as there has been today. With the Mae Young Classic right around the corner and our very own all women’s PPV Oct. 28, to often having three women’s matches on Raw and SmackDown Live every week and the women being the main event regularly, we’ve come a long way.

I’ve also been paying very close attention to the competitors who are being announced for the Mae Young Classic and I’m so inspired by the depth and diversity of the women who will be participating in that tournament. It’s another reminder that WWE is embracing women of every shape, size, age, ethnicity and background. If you’re really good in the ring, there’s no limits to what you can do in the WWE as a woman!

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Source – Calgary Sun

 
Calgary Sun Article/Interview with Natalya – 8/3/2018
 
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  2018/08/03
 

I brought my mom, dad and my sisters with me for a Neidhart family outing. Who would have thought going to see a rock concert would be such an incredible way to bring us of all together.

When I found out the Smashing Pumpkins were coming to Florida, I was excited to see them. Not just because they’ve produced some of the biggest soundtracks of my teenage years, but also because my family and I have a special connection with their lead singer, Billy Corgan. I met Billy in 2006 when my uncle Bret Hart was being inducted into WWE’s Hall of Fame in Chicago. Billy, a Chicago native and huge supporter of the industry, attended the event. We hit it off and have been friends ever since.

Once I met Billy in person, I was even more curious to listen to all his music. Anyone who knows of the Smashing Pumpkins is familiar with their songs: 1979, Today, Disarm, Bullet With Butterfly Wings, Tonight Tonight, Zero and more. Once I started looking up and listening to more of Billy’s music, I learned that he’s produced hundreds of beautiful songs, with many of them being hidden gems. The first time I heard his song “Mayonnaise” and “For Martha,” they became my favourite songs to run to on the trails along the Bow River in Calgary. The Pumpkins’ music became soothing and therapeutic to me.

Watching Billy perform at his latest concert, with the original band being reunited for the first time in nearly 20 years, had my dad, mom, sisters and I in awe. He sang every song with crystal clear precision, played the electric guitar like no one I’ve ever seen and even danced at the same time for nearly three straight hours. You could feel the connection Smashing Pumpkins originals James Iha and Jimmy Chamberlain have with Billy, too. They are all a family on stage and the band was back to deliver the performance of their lives. This concert wasn’t just music, it was art at its finest.

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Source – Calgary 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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Source – Edmonton Sun

 
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...
 
Published by:
  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

 
Calgary Sun Article/Interview with Natalya – 7/6/2018
 
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  2018/07/06
 

My fourth wedding anniversary has come and gone and I could not be more proud of my relationship with my husband, TJ Wilson. In past columns I’ve written about how TJ and I balance our hectic lives in WWE. It’s not easy as we travel the world almost 300 days a year and we are in a different city, state, country, continent all year long. Sometimes I’m forced to look at my calendar to see where I was yesterday.

Many of you know TJ as “Tyson Kidd” from when he performed in the ring for WWE. Many still call TJ “Tyson” which I know he finds endearing. My nephew, Lachlan, says “Tyson is uncle TJ’s character in that WWE video game!” Which is true.

Three years ago, TJ had major neck surgery. It was a difficult time in his life because no one ever wants to be told they can’t do something. For our whole life, all we’ve focused on is beating the odds. So many people told TJ he would never be a WWE superstar and he did it. Like Nelson Mandela once said, “It’s always impossible until it’s done.” Well that’s TJ for you!

We both really learned a lot about staying strong and taking everything one day at a time when TJ went through his surgery. It is never easy when something unforseen happens in life. TJ and I have been through our fair share of ups and downs in the last few years, but I often ask myself “who hasn’t gone through tough times?” We all do

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Source – Edmonton Sun

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