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WWE Universe Reunions: Natalya And Beth Phoenix Fuel Rumors

Natalya and IYO SKY (Via WWE/Twitter)

The WWE Universe has witnessed numerous reunions, from managers reuniting with former clients to ex-tag team partners coming together for one more match. These reunions often create charming storylines that resonate with fans. Recently, comments from a multi-time champion have sparked speculations and discussions within the wrestling community.

Natalya and Beth Phoenix, known as The Divas of Doom in World Wrestling Entertainment, have shared a memorable history in the ring. While Phoenix has been absent from WWE due to her husband, Adam Copeland (formerly Edge), joining AEW, Natalya remains the longest-tenured female superstar in WWE. Speculation about Natalya potentially moving to AEW has surfaced, partly due to her current WWE contract status.

Over the weekend, Natalya posted a photo on social media showcasing the iconic Divas of Doom gear worn by her and The Glamazon during their WrestleMania 35 appearance. This post prompted a response from Beth Phoenix, further fueling the already buzzing rumor mill surrounding their potential reunion or future plans in the wrestling world.

Natalya (Via WWE/Twitter)

The partnership between Natalya and Beth Phoenix dates back to their tag team debut at a FCW Tampa live event in August 2008, where they secured a victory against The Bella Twins. Natalya, a seasoned WWE veteran, has been actively involved in training upcoming talents alongside her husband, Tyson Kidd, at their wrestling school, Dungeon 2.0. This training facility pays homage to Natalya’s grandfather, Stu Hart, and his legendary Dungeon training center.

Recently, Natalya revealed her collaboration with international wrestling sensation Miyu Yamashita, praising Yamashita’s dedication and skills in the ring. Yamashita, a renowned Joshi wrestler, has competed in various promotions, including TNA and AEW, showcasing her talent and versatility on a global stage. Natalya’s mentoring of Yamashita underscores her commitment to nurturing emerging talents and contributing to the growth of women’s wrestling worldwide.

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