Next Spring will mark a decade on WWE’s main roster for Natalya, and that kind of longevity alone is noteworthy for a female Superstar. You don’t stick around that long unless you’re a talented performer and someone the company finds useful, and the third-generation wrestler’s record as a two-time champ and long-time star of their Total Divas reality show certainly attests to both.
So it’s fitting Natty will pad her resume with a couple more historic accomplishments tomorrow (Oct. 8) at Hell in a Cell in a Detroit.
She broke them down for Michigan’s MLive:
“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.”
According to what she told TV Insider earlier this week, it sounds like that accomplishment will be used as an upcoming storyline on the E! series. But it’s not the only record she’ll be setting, and the one she and Charlotte Flair will claim is going to be even tougher to beat - seeing as one of the titles involves is no more:
“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.”
Pretty cool, huh?
Next stop for this cat lady is a spot in the Hall of Fame next to fellow Diva of Doom, Beth Phoenix.