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– SmackDown Live Women’s Champion Natalya recently participated in a interview with The Sun to help promote the upcoming WWE Survivor Series Pay-Per-View event, check out the highlights below:

On her thoughts on Naomi at WWE SummerSlam:

“It was surreal and incredible to do it at SummerSlam, one of the grandest stages of them all. Apart from WrestleMania, it’s the biggest pay-per-view of the year in WWE. So it was very cool to do that and to compete against someone like Naomi, who I think is the most athletic female wrestler in the world.

“I’ve never been in the ring with somebody who can do the things that she can do and my husband has already let me know that she is his favourite female wrestler of all-time. I had a lot of obstacles to overcome to win the championship, and now that I have it, I’m going to be the SmackDown Live women’s’ champion forever.”

On her upcoming match against RAW Women’s Champion Alexa Bliss:

“My family have had a lot of special moments that have been synonymous with Survivor Series but for me carrying on the torch that my grandfather first passed onto his kids and then they passed it on to me, it’s very cool to be going into it as champion. I’m always about growing and moving forward and never dwelling on the past. People ask me what kept me going because it was seven years since I last won a championship, so for me it’s always about onwards, upwards and embracing everything.

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“In WWE you have so many opportunities to do that and I never take it for granted. Just being on SmackDown is a huge opportunity. But at Survivor Series I’m going to prove to everyone, especially Alexa Bliss, that I’m the best there is, the best there was and the best there ever will be.”

On being a women in WWE:

“And just over the last couple of years it has been amazing because women have been such a focal point and centre piece for the company. It’s really cool that WWE is embracing the women more than they ever have before. It’s very symbolic that WWE is growing with the times, the likes of the US women’s soccer side and their Olympic gymnastics team, there’s all these wonderful changes and areas of growth for women and WWE obviously rolls with the punches. To see women main eventing Raw and SmackDown, doing the first-ever Hell in a Cell match… There’s two championships now for women with two different divisions and then you see the women in NXT growing and evolving. It’s such an exciting time to be a woman in the company and I’m really proud of how far the division has grown, especially in the last two years.”