WWE News: Natalya reveals how she will make history at Hell In A Cell
What's the story?
Natalya is part of wrestling royalty and has wrestling on both sides of her family as her mother, Ellie, is the daughter of Stu Hart, and her father is Jim "The Anvil" Neidhart.
She's worked hard her entire career to prove herself and has many accolades under her belt, but she recently revealed during an interview with MLive.com that her impressive resume is about to get even bigger.
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Although Natalya has only held the WWE Diva's Title and SmackDown Women's Title one time apiece she has had no shortage of moments in the spotlight.
Natalya is one of those performers who excels in making others look good. She's an asset in that regard and WWE has used her time and time again for that purpose.
The heart of the matter
While discussing her upcoming match at Hell In A Cell with MLive.com Natalya revealed an interesting statistic which will land "The Queen Of Harts" in the history books.
“It’s a huge match. Charlotte and I have a storied history. This Sunday, we’re going to be making history by being the first women in WWE to be competing for four different championships. No other women in the company have ever done this. We’ve competed for the NXT Women’s Championship, the Diva’s Championship, the RAW Women’s Championship and now the Smackdown Live Women’s Championship. At ‘Hell in a Cell,’ I will actually beat Trish Stratus’ record for having the most pay-per-view matches of any women in WWE history.”
This kind of accomplishment is pretty impressive. Even though she never had the NXT or the Raw Women's title around her waist, it still counts as a competition for the championship.
Ironically Natalya will be making history with Charlotte Flair who is the same woman who defeated her during their outstanding match at NXT: TakeOver.
Natalya is far from finished yet. As a regular cast member of Total Divas, a few things are apparent about the second-generation Superstar.
She loves her family, her cats, and professional wrestling. Therefore it's not likely she'll be quitting on any of those passions in the foreseeable future.
Natalya has always been one of my favourites. She has no problem working and she's very good at her job. Her career might not be full of victories, which makes it even more special when she does come out on top.
Hell In A Cell is going to be a great night, highlighted by a few matches fans are eagerly awaiting. But now fans have something else to look forward to as Natalya is set to make history in Detroit.