Natalya Neidhart Height Weight Bra Size Age Biography Family Wiki Net Worth, Affairs, Marriage & much more. Natalie Katherine Neidhart-Wilson (born May 27, 1982) is a Canadian-American professional wrestler and columnist currently signed to WWE under the ring name Natalya, performing on the Raw brand. She is a two-time Women’s Champion in WWE, having held the SmackDown Women’s Championship and Divas Championship once each.
The first third-generation female wrestler in the world, Neidhart is a member of the Hart wrestling family through her mother. She trained in the Hart family Dungeon under the tutelage of her uncles Ross and Bruce Hart. In 2000 and 2001, she worked for the Matrats promotion, before debuting for Stampede Wrestling in 2003. In 2004 and 2005, she wrestled abroad in both England and Japan. In June 2005, she became the inaugural Stampede Women’s Pacific Champion and won the SuperGirls Championship the following year in October 2006.
In January 2007, she signed a contract with World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) and spent time in Deep South Wrestling, Ohio Valley Wrestling, and Florida Championship Wrestling (FCW) developmental territories. While in FCW, she managed her cousin, Harry Smith (known as David Hart Smith during his WWE tenure), and her husband, T.J. Wilson (known as Tyson Kidd during his WWE tenure). She debuted on the main roster in April 2008, allying herself with Victoria. The following year she began managing her husband again, and they were joined by Smith to form The Hart Dynasty. In November 2010, Neidhart won the WWE Divas Championship. Since July 2013, Neidhart has been featured as a main cast member of the reality television series Total Divas. In August 2017, Neidhart became the SmackDown Women’s Champion after defeating Naomi at SummerSlam. She is the first woman in WWE history to hold both the Divas Championship and the SmackDown Women’s Championship.
Neidhart is the daughter of wrestler Jim “The Anvil” Neidhart and Elizabeth “Ellie” Hart, a daughter of Stu Hart, making Neidhart a third-generation wrestler. She has two sisters; her older sister, Jennifer, is a gourmet chef and caterer, and Kristen (nicknamed “Muffy”) is her younger sister She is of Greek descent through a maternal great-grandmother. Neidhart cites her grandfather, Stu, and her uncle, Bret, as her inspirations, both in and out of the ring. As a member of the Hart wrestling family, she is a cousin to Harry Smith, Teddy, Matt, and Mike Hart, who are all also professional wrestlers. She is close friends with Smith, and the two lived together for a short time as children while their fathers were wrestling as a team.
Neidhart attended Vincent Massey junior high school and Bishop Carroll High School, from which she graduated in 2000. Neidhart is trained in Jiu-Jitsu and amateur wrestling, and also participated in dance and gymnastics. She briefly worked as a saleswoman for Kirby vacuum when she was eighteen.
Neidhart received formal professional wrestling training in the Hart family “Dungeon” from her uncles Ross and Bruce Hart, becoming the first woman to do so. In addition to her professional wrestling career, Neidhart has received training in amateur wrestling and mixed martial arts. Neidhart is the first third-generation female wrestler in the world.
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Neidhart has known TJ Wilson since she was 12 years old, and they began dating in November 2001. The pair married on June 26, 2013. Their wedding was featured on the first season of Total Divas. She also owns a home in Calgary. On October 1, 2016, Neidhart had her two front teeth knocked out during a house show match in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Neidhart’s father, Jim Neidhart, died on August 13, 2018. He was a featured guest in several seasons of Total Divas.
Natalya Neidhart Measurements Height Weight Bra Size Age
|2013–present||Total Divas||Herself||Main cast (season 1–present)|
|2014||Chasing Maria Menounos||Guest: 1 episode|
|2015||WWE Breaking Ground||Episode: “Countdown”|
|WWE Tough Enough||Guest (season 6)|
|2016||E! Countdown to the Red Carpet||88th Academy Awards|
|2017–2019||Total Bellas||Guest (season 2–4): 5 episodes|