Natalya and Tamina are riding high as WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions right now, but they also had a title shot at WrestleMania. They did not win that match on the grandest stage of them all, but it was still an unforgettable experience.

During Oral Sessions, Tamina Snuka spoke about that amazing moment in her career. She had to admit that when the Raymond James Stadium crowd was roaring at her, she “lost it” in the middle of her match.

“When we all went out and we stood in front of all the crowd in the beginning, that’s what got you the chills and the goosebumps and the feeling of ‘this why we do this.’ It’s for the fans. This is why. Because the love and the passion behind that they have for all of us, that was crazy amazing. I can’t even tell you. And then when we went out and had our match, hearing them cheering and hearing them chant and do all these things, I lost it. You’re losing it in the middle of the match because this is what you miss, this is what you love, this is why you do this. Then going back, like how you said, there’s like no fans? Oh my gosh! Then that’s when you got excited when you saw the whole announcement, we’re going back on the road and we’re doing these shows live. Hell to the yes. Thank you so much.”

Tamina and Natalya are fighting champions and they want to provide an opportunity for as many teams as they can. This has already started and they are still champions after successful title defenses. We’ll have to see what is next for the team, but they are on top of the world right now.


What’s your take on Tamina Snuka finally winning a title in WWE after so many years? Sound off in the comments!

Thanks to Wrestling Inc for the quote

Tags: WrestleMania
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