WWE star Natalya who is the current WWE Women’s Tag Team Champion recently spoke on her Women’s Tag Team Championship win along with Tamina Snuka over Nia Jax. It is arguably one of the most emotional Championship wins ever.
As mentioned above, Natalya along with the Tag Team partner Tamina Snuka recently defeated Nia Jax and Shayna Baszler to become the WWE Women’s Tag Team Champion. This victory was pretty emotional and it was loved by the fans. Before her first major title win in her over 10 year of WWE career.
Natalya And Tamina Speaks On Her Tag Team Championship Victory
Nia Jax and Shayna Baszler where built as a very from team and arguably they were built as the strongest women’s tag team in WWE right now. A victory over this team is definitely a big push for both women as a tag team.
The victory of Tamina was quite emotional since it was her first major title win in over a decade long career in WWE. When she began her career, it was clearly seen that she was not very good in the ring. But she worked really hard to get herself into this position. Surely she will have more success in future.
The former WWE Smackdown Women’s Champion Natalya recently spoke about this epic title win on Renee Paquette’s Oral Sessions. She said;
“I made it my mission since Tamina & I formed a tag team. I told everyone, ‘We’re going to do this.’ At WrestleMania, we came so close and came up short. We were so emotional because we were like, ‘What if we don’t get the chance again?’
“TJ said, ‘You will, just keep fighting.’ I think about some of the greatest superstars in industry and they never stopped fighting or dreaming. The best success stories are the ones that never had it easy and that made everyone rally behind us and turned us into babyfaces when we’re really heels at heart.”
Tamina says she expected to get released when the pandemic hit last year:
“Knowing that it was coming up on 11 years and we had the pandemic last year and jobs were on the line, that’s why I kept saying, ‘If I never get a title, I had a great career and have been blessed.’ I still had the drive of, ‘I still want a championship.”
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