WWE babe Natalya shows critics shes far from stale in pearled bikini

A top WWE diva has set the internet alight with a saltry bikini snap that saw fans declare her the “Queen of Harts”.

Canadian-American wrestler Natalya Neidharthas left fans open-mouthed after squeezing into the tiny outfit and sharing the results of a photoshoot on Twitter.

Adorned with pearls, her outfit glistened as she declared “the calm before the storm”.

READ MORE: Impact star Jordynne Grace sets fans hearts racing with spicy 'muscle mommy content'

The longtime superstar’s latest post has drawn the attention of thousands of fans, the image being seen close to a quarter of a million times and has raked in more than 10k likes at the time of writing.

The comments, meanwhile, have been a platform for adoration, with superfans chucking all kinds of praise at the pro wrestling stalwart.

“Gorgeous, Nattie! Miss you! #Unbreakable,” one said. “Always looking gorgeous,” added another.

A third chimed in: “You look incredible Nattie and can't wait to meet you in July when RAW comes to Houston [Texas, US]”.

A fourth agreed: “One of the most beautiful ladies in the world”.

One person went one further, saying: “You look Beautiful And Stunning Nattie . Beautiful photo Queen Of Harts”.

Another person just posted a gif of The Big Bang Theory’s Sheldon breathing heavily into a paper bag.

Despite the clear appreciation from fans though, Natalya’s role in the WWE has recently been scrutinised by AAA head booker Konnan.

  • British wrestler Will Ospreay returns to PROGRESS to 'ruin' his SSS16 opponents

Speaking on an episode of Wrestling Observer Radio, he explained how he felt longtime characters needed a freshen-up.

He said: "That's the thing, people get stale.

"I like Nattie, I think she's awesome but she just feels stale. She's been there so long and they don't do nothing with her."

He added: "She disappears, then all the sudden she just shows up like she's a credible opponent and you're like 'dude, she's stale,' and that happens a lot."

To solve the problem he reckoned: "If wrestlers only worked six months out of the year then the other six months they could work other places or just rest if you have them under contract.

"They'll come back fresher."

For the latest breaking news and stories from across the globe from the Daily Star, sign up for our newsletter by clicking here.


  • For more of the latest news from the world of the Daily Star, check out our homepage
  • Singer who got oral sex on stage mobbed by kid fans after 'pornographic' shows cancelled
  • UK bird flu alert as two Brits test positive and 'contact tracing' commences
  • Bloke ‘could be jailed’ after shooting dead protected grizzly bear
  • UK weather map shows red-hot African plume heading our way to fry Brits

Source: Read Full Article