It takes a lot of determination to make it in WWE, and Natalya certainly knows a lot about WWE’s backstage environment. That being said, this article is not going to be a pleasant one for those who stan for the Queen of Harts.

Ringside News was told that Natalya has developed a reputation of being “more and more of a problem with producers and writers.” There is a lot more to the story other than just her no-selling Liv Morgan’s finisher at a WWE live event.

A tenured member of the writing team informed us that “Nattie was a serious problem backstage last Friday, so bad that several producers and writers were talking about whether they go straight to Vince McMahon, observe protocol and go to Bruce Prichard.” Since John Laurinaitis is gone, this was a real question.

They also considered going to TJ Wilson, “as a courtesy and see if he can get involved since she’s being unprofessional and harassing the writers and producers.” We were told that Natalya was complaining that “she gets her role, and understands what’s needed, but she’s treated like a ‘jobber’.”

Nattie kept “pushing for answers,” but then “when she gets in front of Vince McMahon, she babyfaces Vince and does the old ‘I’m grateful for the opportunity, I’m fortunate to be here for so long’ routine.”

We were told that her no-selling Liv Morgan’s finisher in Sacramento, “was unprofessional and got squashed quickly because Nattie probably knew she exposed her rotten attitude with that moment that was caught on tape.” It was not a good look, and Natalya really didn’t explain it well on social media.

The producers and writers have “had their fill” of Nattie’s “constant games.” They have a lot to handle already, and the veteran Superstar certainly isn’t providing a great example for younger talent either.

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