Natalya is a true veteran in the WWE women’s division and has been competing in the company for well over a decade. Finding yourself in the Guinness Book of World Records once is a big deal, but Natalya is getting quite used to it.

Natalya is a three-time Guinness World Record holder because of her achievements in WWE. She has the most wins by any woman in WWE history. She has the most PPV appearances by any woman in the company. She also has the most matches.

Following her 3.19 second loss against Aliyah on Friday night’s SmackDown, WWE star and former women’s champion Natalya Neidhart posted a statement on her Twitter account, which is currently the fastest loss in the company’s storied history. Natalya’s aide issued the statement because she was furious over setting yet another world record.

To whom it may concern,

Last night I succeeded in achieving another world record. YAAAAA!

However, the person who also was a tiny part of my wonderful achievement is now trying to take all my credit.

To this end, I have now instructed my assistant to immediately petition the Guinness judges, the Olympic Committee and the Hollywood Foreign Press to have her record overturned. [Assistant note: she has. I will]

I await their responses after they think on it, absorb and reflect.

From The Desk of Three Time Guinness World Record Holder
Natalya Neidhart (The World Record Holder)

Natalya is the daughter of Jim Neidhart and niece of iconic wrestling brothers Bret and Owen Hart. She made her wrestling debut in 2000 before she joined WWE in 2007. Natalya is a former Diva’s Champion, Smackdown Women’s Champion and Women’s Tag Team Champion. All of that hard work is really paying off.

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