I've decided to do a feature article on each and every Diva and Knockout. The articles will be coming twice a week and will cover why they're good, etc.
This week's Spotlight is on the WWE's only third-generation Diva, Natalya!
Why She's Good
Natalya possesses many attributes that set her apart from the entire roster. For one, wrestling is in her blood, and not just any blood, Hart blood.
The Hart family is one of, if not the most respected wrestling family in history. Thanks to the great history of those who came before her, including her father, Natalya simply walks with an aura of belonging on the big stage.
Natalya is also an extremely impressive wrestler. Not only was she trained by her family in the infamous "Hart Family Dungeon", she also traveled around the world and honed her skills into an impressive moveset that can't be matched.
And of course, as a longtime fan, who can't mark out when seeing the Sharpshooter?
She's also got a great personality and in-ring presence. Thanks to her new role with the "Hart Dynasty," she's equally as impressive on the mic. Roll all this up into one, and you've got the definition of a great all-around wrestler.
Why She's Bad:
From a fan standpoint, she's simply too good. Natalya just hasn't really been able to show off all her skills and evolve as a Diva.
I think this is because she breaks the mold of a Diva, almost like she doesn't fit the word. That's not her fault, it's just who and what she naturally is.
What She Brings to the WWE:
The Real Deal. Natalya is without a doubt the best purest wrestler in the WWE, male or female.
No one can deny what this woman brings with her everytime she steps into the ring, even just to speak. This kind of talent isn't easily ignored, and thankfully, it hasn't been.
Stay tuned next week as I take a look at WWE's "The Glamazon" Beth Phoenix and Gail Kim!