Natalya has been a staple of the WWE women's division for over a decade.
She has always found a role on television and is currently aligned with Tamina on WWE SmackDown. She is a former Divas Champion and SmackDown Women's Champion, she's been trusted in big matches like the first women's match in Saudi Arabia, and she's helped work with the likes of Ronda Rousey.
Speaking to Ryan Satin on Out of Character, Natalya discussed how her trust with Vince McMahon goes a long way.
"At the end of the day, one of my most treasured things about working in WWE is that I know, when all else fails, I can always knock on Vince McMahon's door and say to him, 'Hey, I have an idea, what do you think?' In my entire time being in WWE, Vince has always made time for me. Being as busy as he is and being in the position he is, he's always heard me out. He's always listened, said 'yes,' said 'no,' said why he liked it or didn't like it, but I always felt I had a voice. I would go through the proper channels -- Fit Finlay is someone I would always bounce ideas off of. I would always bounce ideas off him and different writers, but when I couldn't get answers, I could always talk to Vince. I know that takes time to build that relationship, but it's always been that mutual understanding. Vince trusts me and trusts that I won't let him down. He's there and accessible if we need to talk to him. That's been something I've kept through my whole career. I don't want to abuse it, but when I need to go to him, I know I can," she said.
Natalya previously revealed how Vince McMahon four for the women's match in Saudi Arabia. Natalya battled Lacey Evans at WWE Crown Jewel 2019 in the first-ever WWE women's match in Saudi.
Elsewhere during the podcast, Natalya discussed her private training sessions with Sasha Banks. You can find her full comments by clicking here.
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