Natalya’s been considered as the most veteran women’s professional wrestler in the current locker room in the week. Nobody in the roster has such an illustrious career that she has.
Her journey in the company started on April 4th, 2008 and she’s, to date a valuable part of the current WWE women’s division. She has gone through a lot since the debut which brings her to another career milestone.
The Queen Of Harts recently tweeted out that she is now standing at the 1,360 match mark in her WWE career. Starting from the past decade, she’s active in action except for some one-off hiatus that brought her to this landmark that most of the female members of the roster don’t possess.
Natalya also picked up several wins including some championship victories, as well. Most of that however came in the early part of her career.
— NattieByNature (@NatbyNature) July 7, 2020
As seen in the tweet, Natalya compared herself with Cal Ripken Jr who played 2,632 games by the time his career was over. The former WWE Divas and Women’s Champion might just want to match up to Ripken’s record, the way she wants to put up the great works.
Most of the time, Natalya toured around the world as a babyface superstar since she’s a wrestling royalty belonging to the Hart Dynasty. But whenever needed, she effortlessly converted into a heel worker on countless occasions.
This form of her was often needed to put over the newbie talents those were inserted, over the years. WWE considers her as one of the loyal employees of the company as she gave her service never backing down from anything the company had to offer.
Apart from being an inspiration, backstage, Natalya has also been part of the popular reality TV series, Total Divas. She’s the only constant name apart from the Bella Twins who’s been involved with the show since day one. The upcoming season is in the pipeline as we expect her to be a significant part of old times.
Recently, LooseLipsBackstage, a Reddit user who proved credibility in pro-wrestling news, provided a glowing review of Natalya and her contributions to the WWE female roster,
“She’s a pro pro backstage and in the ring. She’s [likable] and can work with anyone, including the green wrestlers. She does a lot of in-ring work during the week helping rookies. She’ll make the best women’s coach when she decides to go that route.”