How much is Natalya Neidhart worth? $300,000
How did Natalya Neidhart earn her money and wealth?
Neidhart was born on 27th May 1982 in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. She is the third generation wrestler from Hart family. She graduated from Bishop Carroll High School in 2000. She got training in amateur wrestling and Jiu-Jitsu and also in dance and gymnastics. She got formal professional wrestling training from her uncles Ross and Bruce Hart.
Neidhart served as the host and ring announcer of a youth-promotion MatRats led by Eric Bischoff in the year 2001. She began working for Stampede Wrestling, from 2003, beginning a feud with Belle Lovitz. But in 2004, Neidhart and Lovitz formed a tag team. They wrestled several matches against The Mayor Brothers.
In 2005, she started a two-month tour of Japan and there she used the name, Nadia Hart. In return from there, she turned into a villainous character announcing her as “Nasty Nattie”. The same year she became the first Stampede Women’s Pacific Champion defeating Anna Maria, Lovitz, Ma Mayer’s in a four-way match.
The next year at NWA: Extreme Canadian Championship Wrestling in Newark, California, Neidhart won SuperGirls Championship at the Big Time Wrestling show. The following year she had her last match for Stampede Wrestling after she signed with World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE).
The WWE assigned her to their developmental territory Deep South Wrestling competing against Krissy Vaine and Angel Williams. Then she was transferred to Florida Championship Wrestling (FCW) and then to Ohio Valley Wrestling (OVW). There she debuted in a dark match at television tapings and won battle royal. She paired with Victoria Crawford when she was again transferred to FACE but in 2008, they started competing against one another. The same year she debuted on SmackDown, where she paired with Victoria in her match against Michelle McCool.
The same year, WWE created Divas Championship, a women’s professional wrestling championship. The Divas competed in Golden Dreams match and Natalya won, and qualified for The Great American Bash. Natalya lost the match to Michelle McCool, but later in the episode of SmackDown, she defeated McCool and Cherry with Victoria. Natalya competed in Survivor Series (2008) as apart of Team SmackDown, but her team lost to Team Raw. The same year Natalya, Jillian Hall, Victoria, and Maryse lost the Eight-Diva Santa’s Little Helper tag team match to Maria, Kelly Kelly, Mickie James, and McCool.
Neidhart made her debut for the ECW brand the next year via talent exchange agreement. Later she became the official member of ECW brand and was drafted there as a part of the 2009 Supplemental Draft. There she, along with David Hart Smith and Tyson Kidd formed The Hart Dynasty also called The Hart Trilogy. The same year she was traded back to SmackDown with the other members of The Hart Dynasty. They defeated Cryme Tyme and Eve Torres. The Hart Dynasty appeared at WrestleMania XXVI. The same year The Hart Dynasty won the Unified WWE Tag Team Championship. InIn 2009 September, Neidhart became the number one contender to the WWE Unified Divas Championship. At Survivor Series pay-per-view, she defeated McCool to win WWE Divas Championship.
In 2011, Natalya and Phoenix paired and dubbed themselves as “The Divas of Doom” and there with The Chickbusters on SmackDown. The following year, The Diva Doom won in an eight-woman tag team match at Royal Rumble. In 2013, Neidhart debuted in the Total Divas reality television program.
The next year, in April, Neidhart competed at WrestleMania XXX in the 14-Diva “Vickie Guerrero Invitational match” for the WWE Divas Championship. In the mid of the year, she entered a storyline with Tyson Kidd, her real-life husband. The following year, Neidhart defeated WWE Divas Champion Nikki Bella. In 2016, Neidhart took a break from wrestling due to a broken ankle. Natalya Neidhart s team Total Divas won 10-Diva tag team match to B.A.D & Blonde in WrestleMania 32’s pay-per-view pre,-show.
In the same year, as a part of the 2016 WWE, Neidhart was drafted to SmackDown. Later in the year, Neidhart defeated Naomi at SummerSlam and won SmackDown Women’s Championship.
What are the most popular TV Shows of Natalya Neidhart?
- SmackDown (1999-present): 2.72 million viewers
- WWE Raw (2005-present): 2.5 million viewers
- Total Divas(2013-present): 1.34 million viewers