‘The Queen of Harts’ Natalya has spoken about the prospects of her new tag team partner, Tamina, going forward.
The union between the former WWE Divas Champion and the daughter of the legendary Jimmy Snuka began at the turn of the year on January 1, 2021, when the pair formed to unsuccessfully battle The Riott Squad on Friday Night SmackDown.
Since then, the friends have yet to compete in another doubles outing but the imposing Samoan has been watching over her pal’s interests, including in a bout against Liv Morgan on the January 15 blue brand.
Following the showing, both women appeared on Talking Smack where Natalya told Paul Heyman and Kayla Braxton that her chum was headed for greatness:
“I think Tamina would agree that our experience makes us very dangerous. We come from the greatest bloodlines in the world. You think about The Hart Dynasty. My grandfather, Stu Hart, is a Hall of Famer. My father, Jim ‘The Anvil’ Neidhart, is a Hall of Famer. My uncle, Bret Hart, is a two-time Hall of Famer. My [other] uncle, The British Bulldog, is a Hall of Famer. And then, you think about Tamina Snuka. Her father is also a Hall of Famer. So, it’s just natural that this greatness just comes together.
I feel like Tamina has been very held down, and that’s about to change. When you align yourself with the B.O.A.T. – best of all time – it really changes the perspective of everything. And Tamina is destined for greatness. I am incredibly proud to have somebody like her watching my back. She is a 6’1″ Samoan princess that will kick your ass.”
During the rest of the interview, Natalya stated that the team’s intention was to challenge for the WWE Women’s Tag Team Championships as well as enter the Women’s Royal Rumble on January 31.
Credit for the interview: Talking Smack
h/t for the transcription: Wrestling Inc.