WWE News: Natalya comments on losing the Smackdown Live Women's Championship
The former Smackdown Women's Champion has spoken out for the first time since losing her title.
What’s the story?
Following her title loss to Charlotte Flair on this week’s episode of Smackdown Live; Natalya Neidhart took it to social media and commented on her title reign and how much hard work she had put in getting to the top of the blue brand’s women’s division.
In case you didn’t know…
During this year’s Summerslam event, Natalya defeated former Smackdown Women’s Champion Naomi in order to win this title for the first time in her career. “The Queen of Hearts” held the title for a total of 86 days, before losing it to Charlotte Flair on this week’s episode of Smackdown, which took place at Flair’s hometown of Charlotte, North Carolina.
The heart of the matter
Following her title loss on Smackdown Live earlier today, Natalya went on to tweet out a photo of her proudly holding the SD Live Women’s Title and decided to send a message to the entire WWE Universe via her official Twitter handle.
Natalya stated in her tweet that only a few people on this entire planet are capable of doing such amazing work inside the squared circle and also claimed that wrestling is an incredibly gruelling job. Nattie also wrote out that blood, sweat, tears, sacrifices, and heartbreak are all needed to get to the top.
The former champion also added that it is important for one to keep faith in oneself and ended her statement by writing that she cannot wait to get back her title.
Since losing the championship to Charlotte this week, WWE has not yet revealed what their next plans are for Natalya. The former champion herself has not hinted towards anything other than just stating the fact that she will get her title back from Charlotte very soon.
It is likely that Natalya will be given an immediate rematch for the Smackdown Women’s Title, once the Survivor Series pay-per-view is over.
In my opinion, I think it was too soon for WWE to take off the title off Natalya but I personally do hope that “The Queen of Hearts” gets a spot at the Survivor Series card for this year and becomes the fifth member on the Smackdown Women’s Team, replacing Charlotte in the process—who will now face Alexa Bliss at the Toyota Center in Houston.
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