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A 16-year WWE veteran superstar continues to hit major milestones in the company. In fact, the former champion has now set a “new world record”. More on this, below.

WWE Veteran Natalya Neidhart Hits Another Record

A fan hopped on Twitter recently, noting that Nattie is the only female talent in history to be a part of five Women’s Money in the Bank (MITB) matches. See the tweet below.

Of course, Nattie quoted the tweet and replied, “a new world record”. Still, the former WWE Divas and Women’s Champion hasn’t been the best version of herself on Monday Night RAW, as of late.

She just can’t seem to get back on track since her loss at the 2023 Night of Champions. It was there that she faced off against Rhea Ripley for the SmackDown Women’s title.

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Sadly, the Queen of Harts lost the bout in under two minutes. Something that is seemingly eating away at her.

As such, Natalya has been on a losing streak and has lost a number of important matches since her 2023 NOC loss. More specifically, she came up short when she squared off against Zoey Stark for a MITB qualifying match.

She hopped on Twitter recently to address this. See the below tweet.

Could Nattie be teasing a character change? Only time will tell.

Nattie Neidhart Is All About Breaking Records

Nattie’s no stranger to breaking WWE records. She’s been with the company since 2007, making her the longest-signed female talent on the company’s current roster. Over that time, she’s become the Divas Champion, SmackDown Women’s Champion, and Women’s Tag Team Champion (with Tamina).

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She was also a cast member for the E! reality show, Total Divas. Plus, has been recognized by the Guinness Book of World Records for setting three female WWE wrestler records with the most pay-per-view (PPV) appearances, most wins, and most matches.