Natalya has helped out her fellow peers in WWE ever since her debut back in 2008. Now that she is a veteran, Natalya has more time to herself and does things she loves doing the most. That being said, it appears Natalya has finally revealed her retirement plans.
While The Queen of Harts is always training to keep herself sharp, things have certainly changed for Natalya lately in terms of her WWE storylines. There is no doubt that she remains loyal to Vince McMahon’s company no matter what.
The former Smackdown Women’s Champion is one of the longest-tenured WWE stars on the active women’s roster. There is no doubt that Natalya is one of the hardest workers in the company as well.
While speaking with the Toronto Son, Natalya revealed that she would love to wrestle her final match in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, if she had any say in the matter. That said, Natalya doesn’t plan on retiring in the near future.
“I mean, that’s the dream of every wrestler, I think, to be able to pick their ending, to pick the day that they don’t want to do this anymore or the day that they want to retire or the day.
It’s like that perfect fairy tale ending. For me, I don’t know when my last day will be, and I have no intentions of retiring anytime soon, but if I could pick a place where I would have a last match per se, I don’t think there would be a place more perfect than Calgary.
And when and if that day comes — maybe I could put it out there to the wrestling gods — that that’s the place that I would like to celebrate the ending of my career.”
Natalya recently challenged for Rhea Ripley’s SmackDown Women’s Title at Night of Champions, but lost in just over a minute. Regardless, we’ll have to see what’s next in store for the WWE veteran.
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