Natalya WWE wrestler Guinness World Records certificates

Guinness World Records was delighted to present WWE superstar Natalya with six certificates backstage at the 2023 Money in the Bank event.

Natalya, who is a third-generation superstar, competed in her first match for WWE back in 2007.

And although she wasn't performing at the O2 Arena in London on Saturday, Official Adjudicator Mark was on hand to award her the following record titles:

  • Most WWE matches (female) - 1,514
  • Most WWE wins in a career (female) - 663
  • Most WWE PLE appearances (female) - 75
  • Most WWE Wrestlemania appearances (female) - 8
  • Most WWE RAW matches - 174
  • Most WWE Smackdown matches - 200

Natalya said upon receiving her records from Guinness World Records said: "This is such an amazing surprise, I'm going to need more luggage to take these home!"

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She was awarded her first Guinness World Records title back in 2021, when she featured for the 68th time on pay-per-view at Survivor Series.

This was even used as a storyline on WWE television, with Natalya regularly seen flaunting our famous book cover after being featured inside Guinness World Records 2022.

Natalya is a former Diva’s Champion, Smackdown Women’s Champion and Women’s Tag Team Champion.

Before his retirement in 2017, she was also occasionally seen on-screen with real-life husband T.J. Wilson.

She has also been credited with training current and future women’s superstars, including current Women's Tag Team Champion Ronda Rousey.

Natalya has also featured on all the series of Total Divas, a spin-off reality show about the superstars’ lives outside the wrestling ring.

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