*Spoiler* Natalya's injury isn't so serious

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*Spoiler* Natalya's injury isn't so serious

Natalya has been one of the great protagonists of the last few months in WWE when she joined forces with Tamina to become first a tag team and then pair champions by beating Shayna Baszler and Nia Jax. At Wrestlemania, the couple had been cheered a lot by the public that finally, they were able to go live to the most important PPV of the Stamford-based company, especially the Samoan who has received many appreciative chants.

But the Canadian was also featured recently on our site for a statement from Hall of Famer Booker T, who called her the best female superstar in WWE history and for an injury sustained on Raw.

The latest news on Natalya

Unfortunately, in recent days we had reported an unpleasant thing that involved the daughter of the great Jim "The Anvil" Neidhart, Natalya in fact in the last episode of Monday Night Raw, she was in the ring with Doudrop when at a certain point she started limping.

In fact, we saw her then give the change to Tamina, who won the match by two o'clock, then disappearing out of the ring with a short point where we see her framed saying something to the referee. Dave Meltzer had let us know this: "It wasn't obvious from the match, but it essentially happened when Doudrop, Piper Niven, threw her against the ropes and she did a kind of somersault and her ankle bent into a really bad way."

The same reporter had predicted a very serious injury for Natalya, then changed his mind in the last hours. In fact, he communicated through his Wrestling Observer that Natalya had an MRI after the match and that he seems to be absent for only a few weeks.

This could mean that she does not need an operation, but only a lot of rest and that she and Tamina will not be forced to vacate the title as had been assumed. The two also still have titled matches to face against Shotzi and Nox.

Speaking to Sportskeeda Wrestling’s Rick Ucchino, Natalya said it would be “really cool” to see WWE’s women’s division take another step forward. “Coming from The Queen of Harts, the original Queen of Harts, my grandmother Helen was the first Queen of Harts in the Hart family, but of course I’m carrying the torch,” Natalya said.

“But that would be really cool. Any time the women get an opportunity in WWE to do something awesome, whether it’s Evolution, whether it’s the first-ever women’s Royal Rumble, the first-ever women’s TLC match, ladder match or tables match, it is so cool to see new opportunities for women”.