Natalya Neidhart
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Natalya Neidhart has been with the WWE for more than the last 15 years and she could have performed in almost every country that the company visited during this timespan. Back in last year’s summer, she got the opportunity to pull off double duties in India to receive rave reviews in terms of work ethics. Now, she will get the chance to head back to the eastern region of the world, later this year.

Over the Wrestlemania 40 weekend, Japanese promotion STARDOM held its first show in the U.S.A. since 2019 at the 2300 Arena in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Natalya Neidhart was among the visitors backstage at the event as she shared pictures on her social media account.

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Then during a WrestleMania 40 media event, Natalya Neidhart shared her experience of attending the STARDOM show, where she reunited with legendary Japanese wrestlers such as Aja Kong and Kyoko Inoue, whom she hadn’t met in almost 20 years. The WWE Superstar also expressed a desire to compete alongside these women and win some of the new championships.

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Natalya Neidhart talked about current goals in her wrestling career

Natalya Neidhart further revealed that she hasn’t main evented a WrestleMania yet which still remains on her bucket list. Furthermore, she also showed excitement at the prospect of returning to Japan, one of her favorite places to perform in front of the ecstatic wrestling fanbase. She also disclosed WWE’s plans to return to Japan in 2024 alongside her ongoing book project and a special project involving her family.

“I have not main evented a WrestleMania. I cannot wait to go back to Japan and compete. Japan is one of my favorite places in the world to perform. I know we’re going back there sometime this year. There’s just so many things I wanna do,” Natalya Neidhart revealed.

“I’m working on a book right now, I’ve got a special project in the works with my family that I’m really excited about. But in WWE, in wrestling in general, in or outside of the company, there’s just so much more that I wanna do.”

STARDOM co-founder Rossy Ogawa and former World of Stardom Champion Giulia were spotted sitting next to William Regal in the front row at the NXT Stand & Deliver premium live event. Following this, it’s safe to assume that Natalya Neidhart’s pledge to go back to Japan could be fulfilled, sometime this year.

Arindam Pal

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