Mandy Rose is in agreement with Natalya being in the WWE Hall of Fame in the future
Natalie Katherine Neidhart-Wilson, better known by her ring name Natalya, is definitely one of the first female wrestlers that come to mind when anyone thinks about future inclusions in the WWE Hall of Fame.
The Canadian signed with WWE all the way back in 2007. Since then, she has had iconic moments in the ring that has defined the women’s division in the past decade.
Natalya rose to prominence after forming The Hart Dynasty with partner Tyson Kidd and real-life cousin David Hart Smith. Later on, she went on to win individual titles as well.
The member of the Hart wrestling is a two-time Women’s champion in WWE. She won the Divas Championship in 2010 and then the SmackDown women’s champion in 2017 by defeating Naomi.
Her legacy as the first-woman in WWE history to hold the Divas Championship and SmackDown’s championship is not the only reason that warrants her inclusion in the hall of fame.
Mandy Rose gives her backing for Natalya to be included in the WWE Hall of Fame
The tweet was quoted by a wrestling journalist who said that Natalya deserves an inclusion in the WWE Hall of Fame due to her contributions inside as well as outside the ring.
Rose gave resounding approval to that message by replying to it with her own tweet, saying “100%“.
Natalya is still active in WWE where she wrestles in the Blue Brand. The 38-year-old still seems like she has a lot to give to the women’s division before she calls it a day.
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