WWE News: Trish Stratus comments on Natalya breaking her record
What's the story?
Trish Stratus is a WWE Hall Of Famer and seven-time Women's Champion. She had forty-three pay-per-view matches under her belt and it was an impressive statistic for a legendary career.
Natalya recently broke that record on Sunday night when she faced Charlotte Flair at Hell In A Cell. Stratus commented about Natalya breaking the record on her website and had nothing but great things to say.
In case you didn't know...
Natalya has scratched and clawed her way to the top of SmackDown Live just like the cats she loves so very much.
She recently broke a rather impressive record and her heel character is becoming a tentpole for SmackDown's Women's Division.
The heart of the matter
Trish Stratus has a pretty nifty website where she can pontificate on whatever she likes. She recently commented about Natalya breaking her pay-per-view match record at Hell In A Cell.
“I’m not surprised, Nattie is hands down the hardest working WWE Superstar male or female! In the ring she is as solid as it gets, as a performer she always delivers, and she is a excellent representative of not only the company but of woman in wrestling. She truly exemplifies what you can accomplish through hard work and what can happen when you follow your passion.”
She also reiterated her desire to work with the SmackDown Women's Champion after her retirement.
“And it is for all of those reasons and more that I have always said following my retirement, that I wish I had worked with Nattie.”
Natalya isn't finished making pay-per-view appearances. At this point, she has plenty more to come. She's still the SmackDown Women's Champion although she kept it via nefarious means on Sunday.
As Natalya's career continues it will make her record of most PPV matches from a woman in WWE even greater. It's a great accomplishment and very well deserved for "The Queen Of Harts".
The 35-year-old Natalya still wrestles like she's a decade younger. With her veteran ability and knowledge of the business, she's a great asset to WWE and will probably continue their partnership well past her in-ring career.
I'm so happy for Natalya because she's not only a great wrestler but she's an outstanding human being. She also loves cats a lot which is just the cherry on top as far as I'm concerned.