Natalya and Beth Phoenix possess a unique friendship that goes way back over a decade. Even before the Women’s Evolution began, these two tried to start their own revolution with the Divas of Doom tag team. They also squared off against each other and now maybe it’s time to see these two square off, one more time.
While answering some fan questions during a Q&A session on The Neidharts YouTube channel, Natalya was asked by a fan who her greatest opponent has been, to date. The Hart Dungeon member didn’t take times to provide a quick answer. She named Beth Phoenix without hesitation. She then also called out her former bestie, out of retirement during the session.
Natalya Officially Challenges WWE Hall Of Famer Beth Phoenix To A Match
Natalya clearly mentioned that she wants to be in a match against The Glamazon,
“I’ve wrestled her once and one time only, but Beth Phoenix was one of my favorite opponents of all time. There is only one Glamazon and she truly is amazing and I can’t wait, I can’t wait for the opportunity, one day, for the Glamazon to come back and I’m basically challenging Beth Phoenix to come back. I’m calling you out of retirement, Glamazon, I’m calling Beth Phoenix out of retirement because I want to challenge her to a match.”
Natalya also stated that Beth should consider this message as an official challenge laid down towards her, “Glamazon, that was an official challenge to you.” While it would be nice to see the two veterans locking horns once again, there’s no word whether WWE plans on making this a reality. (Transcription by Ringside News)
Chances of seeing Natalya and Beth Phoenix are still very much intact as the latter one is still within the WWE fold. She is an announcer for WWE NXT who appears on TV, every week. She has set things up in a nice way where she doesn’t have to leave her North Carolina residency but can appear, live. She previously showed intentions to come back to the ring and hence a program with The Queen of Harts might be enough to convince her for doing so.
As of Natalya, she’s still a regular competitor in the WWE starting her career in 2006. Basically, WWE wants her to be around to put the newer talents over. Her veteran instincts also come in handy when it comes to training people. Plus, she has started the YouTube channel with sister Jenni Neidhart to make some more fans, worldwide.