‘Ronda is really arrogant’ – Natalya slams Ronda Rousey for making a horrible statement about her life » FirstSportz

Natalya and Ronda Rousey at WWE
Natalya and Ronda Rousey at WWE

Natalia is currently one of the most talented and respected wrestlers in the women’s locker room. She is a third generation wrestler descended from the Hart wrestling family through her mother. The Hart wrestling family has a significant history in the professional wrestling business. Natalya’s mother, Elizabeth Hart, is the daughter of wrestling icon Stu Hart, and her uncle, Bret “The Hitman”, is considered one of the greatest wrestlers of all time. Natalya’s father, Jim “The Anvil” Neidhart, was a wrestler who twice won the Tag Team Championship with her uncle, Bret Hart.

Natalya serves as a mentor to WWE’s rising female wrestlers. She was a fan favorite and is praised for her ring talent and character work. She came in 4th placeth in the PWI Top 50 Female Wrestlers in 2011 and ranked #11 in Sports Illustrated’s list of the Top 30 Female Wrestlers. Nattie made her WWE debut in 2008 and became the Divas Champion in 2010. Since then, she has been a one-time WWE SmackDown Women’s Championship and once won the WWE Women’s Tag Team Championship with Tamina.

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Natalya was friends with Ronda Rousey in 2018

Natalya and Ronda Rousey at WWE
Natalya and Ronda Rousey on WWE SmackDown

Natalia and Ronda Rousey formed an alliance in 2018 with Nattie supporting Ronda in her struggles. She was also Ronda’s training partner and their friendship lasted for a few weeks. The plan was for Natalya to heel at Rousey and challenge her for the RAW Women’s Championship at TLC 2018, but WWE scrapped the idea after Jim Neidhart, Natalya’s father, passed away, leaving Nia Jax as Ronda’s opponent.

Ronda Rousey and Natalya have taunted and criticized each other on social media since their rivalry began earlier this year, with the latter brutally attacking Rousey following one of her fights with Shotzi.

Natalya gave a harsh response to Corey Graves’ After The Bell podcast after Rousey chastised her for not having children. She said they used to be very good friends and when Ronda returned from her break she acted very pompous. Natalya said Ronda made fun of her for not having children and for making wrestling her first focus. She went on to say that having children is her choice and that she may not need them in her life and should not be ashamed of them.

“We were very, very close friends and I think some of that changed a little bit when she came back because I think without being an idiot I think Ronda is really arrogant,” Natalya said. “It’s funny because she fired me from SmackDown just last week. She said, ‘You didn’t want to have kids, you put wrestling first.’ Well, actually, maybe I don’t want kids. Maybe that’s not what I want in my life and I don’t think I should be ashamed of it.”

Natalya will face off against Ronda Rousey for the SmackDown Women’s Championship this Sunday in the Money in the Bank Live event. It takes place at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Paradise, Nevada.

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