Natalya (wrestler)

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Natalya

Natalya at a WWE event in 2010
Ring name(s)Nadia Hart
Natalie Neidhart
Natalya[1]
Natalya Neidhart
Nattie Neidhart[2]
Billed height5 ft 5 in (1.65 m)[1]
Billed weight130 lb (59 kg)[3]
Born(1982-05-27) May 27, 1982 (age 30)[2]
Calgary, Alberta, Canada[2][4]
ResidesTampa, Florida[5]
Billed fromCalgary, Alberta, Canada[1]
Trained byBruce Hart[6]
Ross Hart[6]
TJ Wilson[6]
Tokyo Joe[5]
Clive Lewellin[4]
Debut2000[2]
WebsiteNattieNeidhart.com
 
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Natalya

Natalya at a WWE event in 2010
Ring name(s)Nadia Hart
Natalie Neidhart
Natalya[1]
Natalya Neidhart
Nattie Neidhart[2]
Billed height5 ft 5 in (1.65 m)[1]
Billed weight130 lb (59 kg)[3]
Born(1982-05-27) May 27, 1982 (age 30)[2]
Calgary, Alberta, Canada[2][4]
ResidesTampa, Florida[5]
Billed fromCalgary, Alberta, Canada[1]
Trained byBruce Hart[6]
Ross Hart[6]
TJ Wilson[6]
Tokyo Joe[5]
Clive Lewellin[4]
Debut2000[2]
WebsiteNattieNeidhart.com

Natalie Katherine "Nattie" Neidhart[2] (born May 27, 1982)[2] is a Canadian professional wrestler. She is working for WWE under the ring name Natalya.[1][7]

Neidhart is a third-generation wrestler and member of the Hart wrestling family. She trained in the Hart family Dungeon under the tutelage of her uncles Ross and Bruce Hart. In 2000 and 2001, she worked for the Matrats promotion, before debuting for Stampede Wrestling in 2003. In 2004 and 2005, she wrestled abroad in both England and Japan. In June 2005, she became the inaugural Stampede Women's Pacific Championship, and won the SuperGirls Championship the following year in October.

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Professional wrestling career

Training and early career (2000–2007)

Neidhart applying the Sharpshooter on Ariel at a Shimmer Women Athletes show.

Neidhart received formal professional wrestling training in the famous Hart family "Dungeon" from her uncles Ross and Bruce Hart, becoming the first ever woman to do so.[8][9] In addition to her professional wrestling career, Neidhart has received training in amateur wrestling and mixed martial arts.[4][10] Neidhart is the first third-generation female wrestler in the world.[9]

In late 2000 through 2001, she served as the host and ring announcer of the Eric Bischoff led youth-promotion MatRats.[11] In 2003, she began working for the Hart Family's own promotion, Stampede Wrestling, beginning a long time feud with Belle Lovitz. The pair wrestled each other repeatedly, including a match for the Prairie Wrestling Alliance, where Neidhart teamed with her father, Jim "The Anvil" Neidhart, against Lovtiz and Apocalypse.[12] In 2004, however, Neidhart and Lovitz formed a tag team, wrestling several intergender matches against The Meyers Brothers as well as against Anna and Ma Myers.[2]

Neidhart also began wrestling abroad. In mid-2004 she accepted bookings for a tour in England, and in March 2005, started on a two month tour of Japan where she used the name Nadia Hart.[8] When she returned to Canada she promptly turned into a villainous character, announcing that "Nasty Nattie" had been born. On June 17, 2005 she defeated Anna Marie, Lovitz, and Ma Myers in a four-way match to become the first Stampede Women's Pacific Championship, though she later vacated the championship.[13] In November 2005, Neidhart damaged her cruciate ligament while wrestling in Japan, and underwent surgery in early 2006.[14] She was sidelined for six months while she recovered.[4][14]

On October 8, 2006, Neidhart won the SuperGirls Championship from Lisa Moretti at a Big Time Wrestling show held by NWA: Extreme Canadian Championship Wrestling in Newark, California. She held the championship for 19 days, before losing it to Nikki Matthews on October 27 in Surrey, British Columbia.[3] Also in October 2006, she debuted in the all-female promotion, Shimmer Women Athletes. She lost to Sara Del Rey at the tapings of Volume 7, but defeated "The Portuguese Princess" Ariel at the Volume 8 tapings.[15] The following month she competed in the tournament to determine Great Canadian Wrestling's inaugural W.I.L.D. Champion, and defeated Danyah and Aurora en route to the final, where she lost to Sirelda.[2][16] She had her last match for Stampede Wrestling on January 26, 2007, after she had signed with World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE), defeating Veronika Vice.[17] During the show, she also delivered a speech thanking the fans for their support.[17]

World Wrestling Entertainment / WWE

Developmental territories (2007–2008)

On January 5, 2007,[2] Neidhart signed a deal with WWE.[18][19] Neidhart made her debut for Deep South Wrestling, on the February 15, 2007 episode of DSW Tapings, losing to Krissy Vaine in a singles match.[2] On the March 15 episode of DSW Tapings, Neidhart teamed up with Shantelle Taylor defeating Krissy Vaine and Angel Williams to gain her first victory.[2] At DSW House show, on March 16, Neidhart and Taylor was defeated in a rematch against Vaine and Williams.[2] At the DSW Park Slam event, Neidhart teamed up with Taylor to defeat Vaine and Williams. On the April 12 episode of DSW Tapings, Neidhart and Taylor defeat Vaine and Williams to ende their feud.[2]

Neidhart made her debut for Florida Championship Wrestling, on the June 26, 2007 episode of FCW Televison, where she defeated Shantelle Taylor and Krissy Vaine in triple treat match. On the June 30 episode of FCW Televison, Neidhart defeated Taylor with Vaine as the special guest refree, and then moved to Ohio Valley Wrestling (OVW), debuting in a dark match at the television tapings on July 18, 2007, where she won a battle royal. On the July 25 episode of FCW Televison, Neidhart defeated Katie Lea in a dark match. She debuted the next week as a member of the Next Generation Hart Foundation, accompanying her cousins Teddy Hart and Harry Smith for tag team matches.[20] In September, she and the rest of the Hart Foundation were moved back to FCW.[21] Initially, Neidhart formed an alliance with Victoria Crawford to take on The Bella Twins, but in 2008, the pair began competing against one another, either in singles matches or in tag team matches with various partners.[21][22] She continued to make appearances in FCW in late 2008, after debuting on SmackDown, and managed TJ Wilson and DH Smith (Harry Smith) to the FCW Florida Tag Team Championship on October 30.[23]

SmackDown! and alliance with Victoria (2008–2009)

Natalya and Victoria at a SmackDown event in 2008.

She made her main roster debut as a villain, under the name Natalya Neidhart (later shortened to just Natalya)[24] on the April 4, 2008 episode of SmackDown!, coming out of the crowd to aid Victoria in an attack on Michelle McCool and Cherry.[25] Natalya made her televised in-ring debut, on the April 25 episode of SmackDown!, where she gained a win over Cherry after putting her in to a sharpshooter.[26][27] At the Backlash pay-per-view on April 28, Natalya teamed up with Beth Phoenix, Victoria, Jillian Hall, Layla and Melina to defeat Mickie James, Maria, Ashley, McCool, Cherry and Kelly Kelly.[2] On the May 2 episode of SmackDown!, Natalya teamed up with Victoria in winning effort defeating Michelle McCool and Cherry after Natalya pinned McCool after the interference from Victoria.[28]

When SmackDown General Manager Vickie Guerrero announced the creation of the WWE Divas Championship on June 6, Natalya was the first Diva to qualify for the championship match.[29] On the May 9 episode of SmackDown!, Natalya with Victoria in her corner defeated ECW's Kelly Kelly.[2] On the June 27 episode SmackDown!, Natalya teamed up with Victoria and Maryse to defeat Michelle McCool, Cherry and Kelly Kelly.[2] At The Great American Bash on July 20, however, Natalya lost the match to determine the inaugural champion to McCool.[30] On the July 18 episode of SmackDown, Natalya gained another victory over Cherry. On the August 15 episode of SmackDown, Natalya teamed up with Maryse to defeat McCool and Maria.[2] On the August 29 episode of SmackDown, Natalya and Maryse defeated McCool and Maria again.[2]

Natalya entered in feud with Brie Bella. On the September 26 episode of SmackDown, Natalya teamed up with Victoria in losing effort to Maria and Brie Bella after Bella pinned Victoria.[2] On the October 10 episode of SmackDown, Natalya was defeated by Brie, despite having Victoria in her corner.[2] On the October 31 episode of SmackDown, Natalya teamed up with Victoria and Maryse in losing effort to McCool, Maria and Brie Bella.[2] On the November 7 episode of SmackDown!, Natalya accompanied Victoria where she was defeated Brie, after the match it was revealed that there was another Bella in which they attacked Natalya and Victoria.[2] On the November 21 episode of SmackDown, Natalya teamed up with Victoria in losing effort to The Bella Twins (Nikki and Brie Bella).[2] On the November 28 episode of SmackDown, Natalya teamed up with Maryse and Victoria in winnng effort defeating The Bella Twins and Michelle McCool.[2] On the December 12 episode of SmackDown, Natalya teamed up with Maryse in losing effort to the Bella Twins.[2] On the January 23 episode of SmackDown, Natalya teamed up with Michelle McCool (whom turned heel) in a no contest to the Bella Twins after Maria attacked McCool during the match.[2]

The Hart Dynasty and Divas Champion (2009–2011)

Natalya (center) with the other members of The Hart Dynasty, Tyson Kidd (left) and David Hart Smith.

While still a member of the SmackDown brand, she made her debut for the ECW brand, via the talent exchange agreement, on February 10, 2009, managing Tyson Kidd .[31] In her ECW in-ring debut, on the March 3 episode, Natalya defeated Alicia Fox.[32] On April 5, Neidhart competed in a Divas battle royal at WrestleMania XXV, but the match was won by Santina Marella.[33] On April 15 Natalya was made an official member of the ECW brand, when she was drafted there as part of the 2009 Supplemental Draft.[34] On the May 13 episode of ECW, Kidd and Natalya were joined by her real-life cousin David Hart Smith, forming The Hart Dynasty, although it was originally called The Hart Trilogy.[35][36][37]

On June 29, 2009, Natalya was traded back to SmackDown along with the other members of The Hart Dynasty.[38] Natalya's first match back for the brand was in a six-person mixed tag team match on the July 17 episode, when The Hart Dynasty defeated Cryme Tyme (JTG and Shad Gaspard) and Eve Torres.[39] Natalya, Kidd, and Smith went on to feud with Torres and Cryme Tyme, with Natalya also facing Torres in singles matches and tag team matches involving other Divas.[40][41] Natalya, along with Michelle McCool and Beth Phoenix, represented the SmackDown brand at the Bragging Rights pay-per-view in October, where they defeated Melina, Kelly Kelly and Gail Kim from the Raw brand[42] On December 4, Natalya lost in a triple threat match to determine to number one contender for the WWE Women's Championship after she was pinned by Mickie James. The match also involved Beth Phoenix.[43]

Natalya, along with the other Hart Dynasty members, appeared at WrestleMania XXVI, helping her uncle Bret Hart during his match against Vince McMahon, turning them into fan favorites as a result.[44] On April 26, The Hart Dynasty won the Unified Tag Team Championship from The Miz and The Big Show. The following day, as part of the 2010 WWE Supplemental Draft, Natalya was drafted to the Raw brand, along with Kidd and Smith.[45] On the May 24, 2010 episode of Raw, all three members of The Hart Dynasty were attacked by The Usos (Jimmy and Jey) and Tamina, who were making their debuts.[46][47] This provoked a feud between the trios, with The Hart Dynasty attacking The Usos and Tamina the following week in retaliation.[48] At the Fatal 4-Way pay-per-view in June, Natalya and The Hart Dynasty defeated Tamina and The Uso Brothers in a six-person mixed tag team match, when Natalya pinned Tamina following a discus clothesline.[49] At the next pay-per-view, Money in the Bank, Natalya helped The Hart Dynasty to retain the championship against The Usos by stopping Tamina from interfering in the match, ending the feud.[50] In September, at Night of Champions, The Hart Dynasty lost the Tag Team Championship in a Tag Team Turmoil match.[51]

Natalya as the WWE Divas Champion in January 2011.

On the September 27 episode of Raw, Natalya won a battle royal to become the number one contender to the WWE Unified Divas Championship, and began feuding with self-professed co-Divas Champions Lay-Cool (Michelle McCool and Layla).[52] On the October 1 episode of SmackDown, Natalya teamed up with Kelly Kelly and The Bella Twins in winning effort defeating LayCool (Michelle McCool and Layla), Alicia Fox and Maryse after Natalya made Maryse submit to the Sharpshooter.[53] At the Hell in a Cell pay-per-view on October 3, she defeated Michelle McCool via disqualification in a match for the championship, which meant that McCool retained the championship.[54] She received another championship match three weeks later at the Bragging Rights pay-per-view, where she lost to Layla after McCool interfered.[55] On the November 1 episode of Raw, she once again became number one contender to the Unified Divas Championship after defeating Michelle McCool in a non-title match.[56] The Hart Dynasty split on November 15 after weeks of tension, when Kidd attacked Smith.[57]

At the Survivor Series pay-per-view on November 21, Natalya defeated McCool and Layla in a two-on-one handicap match to win the WWE Divas Championship for the first time.[7][58] After the match she was attacked by Lay-Cool until Beth Phoenix came to her aid, with the pair forming an alliance. At the TLC: Tables, Ladders & Chairs pay-per-view in December, Natalya and Phoenix defeated Lay-Cool in the first Divas Tag Team Tables match in WWE history.[59][60] Natalya was scheduled to defend her championship agasinst Lay-Cool in a two-on-one handicap match at the Royal Rumble, but the match was changed to a fatal four-way, also involving Eve, who went on to pin Layla and become the new Divas Champion.[61] On the February 14 episode of Raw, Natalya failed to retrieve the title from Eve in a diva lumberjill match.[62]

Return to SmackDown and Divas of Doom (2011–2012)

On April 26, Natalya was drafted back to the SmackDown brand as part of the 2011 supplemental draft.[63] In her return match for the brand, she was defeated by then Divas Champion Brie Bella.[64] In May, Natalya began acting as the on-screen mentor to The Chickbusters of AJ and Kaitlyn, giving them advice and managing them during their matches.[65][66] Natalya, AJ, and Kaitlyn feuded with Alicia Fox, Tamina, and Rosa Mendes throughout mid-2011.[67][68]

On the August 1 episode of Raw, Natalya competed in a Divas battle royal to determinate the number one contender to the WWE Divas Championship, the winner receiving a match against Kelly Kelly at the SummerSlam pay-per-view, which was ultimately won by Phoenix, who turned heel after she attacked Kelly stating that "Her days of the perky blonde little bimbo are officially over."[69] On the August 5 episode of SmackDown, Natalya faced her recent protégé AJ in singles competition in a winning effort, and afterward also turned heel brutally attacking AJ and telling Phoenix "I'm with you sister. The days of the cute perky little princesses are over."[70] Beth Phoenix and Natalya officially debuted together as "The Divas of Doom" on the August 12 episode of SmackDown defeating The Chickbusters (AJ and Kaitlyn), who they continued to assault after the match.[71][72]

Natalya then accompanied Phoenix to her Divas Championship match at the SummerSlam pay-per-view against Kelly Kelly who was accompanied by Eve Torres, but failed to win the title from Kelly.[73][74] On a SuperSmackDown edition on August 30, Natalya teamed up with Beth Phoenix and defeated Kelly Kelly and Alicia Fox.[75] On the September 5 edition of Raw, Phoenix defeated Eve Torres to earn another title shot at the Night of Champions pay-per-view against Kelly Kelly.[76] Phoenix then faced Kelly Kelly in her hometown of Buffalo, New York in another loss to Kelly.[77][78] On the September 19 episode of Raw, the Divas of Doom lost a tag team match to Kelly Kelly and Eve Torres after Eve pinned Natalya for the win.[79] On the September 23 episode of SmackDown, The Divas of Doom defeated the Chickbusters.[80] On the September 26 episode of Raw, Beth Phoenix pinned Kelly Kelly in a tag team match, to earn another title shot at the Hell in a Cell pay-per-view.[81] On the September 30 episode of SmackDown, Kelly defeated Natalya, but was attacked by Beth before being mocked and put in Pin-Up-Strong by Natalya.[82] At Hell in a Cell, Beth Phoenix defeated Kelly Kelly, after Natalya hit Kelly with the microphone to win her first WWE Divas Championship.[83][84][85] The next night on the October 3 episode of Raw, The Divas of Doom faced Kelly Kelly and Eve Torres ending in a no contest after Kelly Kelly attacked Beth Phoenix.[86] Beth Phoenix defeated Alicia Fox in a non-title match on the October 7 episode of SmackDown, and was afterwards put in Pin-Up-Strong by Natalya.[87] On the October 14 episode of SmackDown, Phoenix defeated Kelly Kelly in singles competition.[88]

On the October 17 episode of Raw, Natalya was accompanied by Phoenix on commentary in a match against Eve Torres who was accompanied by Kelly Kelly in a losing effort, and it was afterwards announced that Phoenix would defend the Divas Championship against Eve at the Vengeance pay-per-view.[89] On the October 21 episode of SmackDown, The Divas of Doom held a segment with Eve Torres, which ended with Eve shoving Phoenix down and escaping from the ring.[90] At the Vengeance pay-per-view, Phoenix defeated Eve to retain the Divas Championship.[91][92] On the October 23 episode of Raw, Natalya competed in a match against Alicia Fox in a losing effort depite having Beth Phoenix at ringside.[93] On the November 14 episode of Raw, Natalya accompanied by Phoenix competing in a losing effort to Kelly Kelly.[94] On the November 18 episode of SmackDown, The Divas of Doom defeated The Chickbusters (AJ and Kaitlyn) in Divas tag team action.[95] At the Survivor Series pay-per-view, Natalya accompanied Beth Phoenix to a successful lumberjill Divas Championship match against Eve Torres.[96][97] The Divas of Doom returned to the November 25 edition of Smackdown, in a victory over the Chickbusters.[98] On the December 5 episode of Raw, The Divas of Doom lost a tag team match against Eve Torres and Kelly Kelly, after a distraction from Alicia Fox.[99]

On the December 30 episode of SmackDown, Natalya teamed up with Tamina in losing effort to Alicia Fox and Kaitlyn following their tag team match, Natalya was attacked by Tamina (conflicting about their respective families). On the January 6 episode of SmackDown, Natalya was defeated by Tamina after getting hit by the Superfly Splash. Natalya was defeated by Tamina on two other occasions, on the January 13 episode of SmackDown and on WWE Superstars on January 19. Natalya's association with Beth Phoenix was soon phased out when Phoenix got injured and Natalya was the center of a brief storyline in which she was depicted as having a flatulence problem.

Singles competition and feud with Kaitlyn (2012–present)

Natalya at a SmackDown event in April 2012.

While the gimmick was soon dropped, Natalya became a tweener and started occasionally appearing on NXT Redemption, defeating Kaitlyn while be managed by former Hart Dynasty partner Tyson Kidd on commentary.[100] On the April 10 episode of Super SmackDown Natalya teamed up with Alicia Fox and The Great Khali in a winning effort defeating The Bella Twins and Drew McIntyre in a six-person mixed tag team match. On the April 20 edition of SmackDown Natalya was scheduled to be in a match against AJ, but before the match even started AJ ferociously attacked Natalya causing her to bleed. On the April 23 episode of Raw, Natalya appeared as a lumberjill in a Divas Championship match between Beth Phoenix and Nikki Bella, where Nikki defeated Phoenix for the championship and Phoenix having a minor ankle injury.[101]

On the April 25 episode of NXT Redemption, Natalya began to feud with her former protégé Kaitlyn when she thought Kaitlyn was flirting with Tyson Kidd which lead to a tag team match with Maxine against Kaitlyn and Tamina Snuka in a losing effort.[102][103] On the June 13 episode of NXT Redemption, Natalya competed in singles competition against Kaitlyn, but was defeated.[104][105] On the July 12 episode of WWE Superstars, Natalya teamed with Beth Phoenix in a losing effort against her rival Kaitlyn and Alicia Fox after Kaitlyn pinned Phoenix.[106] At the Money in the Bank pay-per-view, Natalya competed in a six diva tag team match along with Beth Phoenix and Eve against Kaitlyn, Layla, and Tamina Snuka in a losing effort.[107] On the August 20 episode of Raw, Natalya competed in a battle royal for #1 contender for the Divas Championship and was eliminated by Tamina Snuka inadvertently.[108] After a twitter war against Kaitlyn, the two squared off in singles competition on the August 31 episode of SmackDown, in which Natalya was unsuccessful in winning the match.[109] On the September 28 episode of SmackDown, Natalya faced Beth Phoenix for the first time in singles competition in a losing effort.[110]

Personal life

Neidhart is the daughter of wrestler Jim "The Anvil" Neidhart and Ellie Hart, who is the daughter of Stu Hart, which makes Neidhart a third generation wrestler.[5][9] She has two sisters; her older sister, Jennifer, is a gourmet chef and caterer, and she also has a younger sister, Kristen (nicknamed "Muffy").[111] Neidhart cites her grandfather, Stu and her uncle, Bret as her inspirations, both in and out of the ring.[6] As a member of the Hart wrestling family she is a cousin to Harry Smith and Teddy Hart, who are both professional wrestlers as well.[9] She is close friends with Smith, and the two lived together for a short time as children while their fathers were wrestling as a team.[112]

Neidhart attended Pine View Middle School, in Land O' Lakes, Florida,as well as Vincent Massey junior high school and Bishop Carroll High School, from which she graduated in 2000.[6][113] She owns a home in Calgary, but resides in Tampa, Florida.[5] Neidhart is trained in Jiu-Jitsu.[10]

In wrestling

Natalya applying the sharpshooter on AJ.

Championships and accomplishments

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