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WWE Could Lose One Of Its Longest-Tenured Female Superstars On The Roster In A Few Days, As Her Contract Will Reportedly Expire This Month

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WWE Could Lose One Of Its Longest-Tenured Female Superstars On The Roster In A Few Days, As Her Contract Will Reportedly Expire This Month. However, A Wrestling Veteran Suggests She Could Play Another Role In The Company In The Upcoming Chapter Of Her Career.

The superstar in question is Natalya, known as The Queen of Harts. Recent reports indicate that her contract is set to expire soon, with no new deal in place as of now. Despite this, wrestling veteran Matt Morgan believes that Natalya will stay with WWE for the remainder of her career. On the Gigantic Pop podcast, he praised her physical condition, highlighting her improved shape since her debut and suggested that she should take on a coaching role in NXT’s women’s division.

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Wrestling veteran Konnan criticized WWE’s booking of Natalya, noting her frequent losses across different shows like Monday Night RAW, NXT, and Main Event. He expressed confusion over the company’s decision to consistently have Natalya lose despite her maintained fitness level. Konnan emphasized that Natalya is always in shape, performs well, but is not given the recognition she deserves within the company.

Natalya’s most recent match was on the May 20 episode of Main Event, where she faced another defeat. The outcome of her contract renewal with WWE remains uncertain. The discussion arises on whether Natalya should part ways with WWE following the expiration of her contract. Fans are left to ponder if Natalya should explore other opportunities outside the company. The future holds questions about Natalya’s career path and potential decisions regarding her tenure with WWE.

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