You can add a third all-time WWE record to the list of those owned by Natalya.
This week, Guinness World Records revealed that the longtime WWE Superstar holds three all-time records, adding “Most WWE wins in a career (female)” to her list, which also includes “Most WWE pay-per-view appearances in a career (female)” and “Most WWE matches in a career (female).”
GuinnessWorldRecords.com released the following announcement:
Most WWE wins in a career (female)
What: 641 TOTAL NUMBER
Where: UNITED STATES (GREENSBORO)
When: 26 NOVEMBER 2021
The Most WWE wins in a career (female) is 641 and was achieved by Natalya (Canada) in Greensboro, South Carolina, USA, on 26 November 2021.
Natalie Neidhart is a Canadian-American professional wrestler. She performs for WWE (World Wrestling Entertainment, Inc.), in the SmackDown, under the ring name Natalya.
Natalya is a third-generation professional wrestler and is the daughter of Hart Foundation member and Hall of Famer Jim Neidhart.
Her most notable victories include winning a Divas Title and a SmackDown Women’s Title.
On their official Twitter feed, Guinness World Records wrote: She’s made the most PPV appearances and had the most matches for a female in WWE history…
Now, we’ve also confirmed that Natalya has the most WWE wins in a career (female) with 641 as of November 2021.
The longtime WWE veteran chimed in on her own Twitter page to comment on the third established Guinness World Record that she owns.
“You want to know how singular and special I am,” Nattie questioned. “Even The Rock, Steve Austin or John Cena couldn’t capture the record of most FEMALE wins in WWE history!!! #RecordBreaker.”
Check out the actual tweet from the official Twitter feed of three-time WWE record-holder Natalya via the post embedded below.
You want to know how singular and special I am? Even The Rock, Steve Austin or John Cena couldn’t capture the record of most FEMALE wins in @WWE history!!! #RecordBreaker @GWR @WWE https://t.co/wCnFFCLwNx
— Nattie (@NatbyNature) December 23, 2021
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