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Natalya on Tyson Kidd: "This year at Survivor Series, he produced 1/3 of the show. Last year at WrestleMania, he did 52 hours of rehearsals and four women's matches, and had it all like in his head."

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Natalya appeared on this week's "Wilde On" where she was asked if she would like to work as a producer or an agent when her career in the ring is over.

"I don't think so," she said.

"It's funny because like, there's a couple of people, my husband for example, he was always told he was going to be a producer one day because he is very gifted. He's like a wrestling savant. I am so biased, but like, he's truly like a genius when it comes to how he sees a match and a vision and he bases a lot of his wrestling psychology off of the NBA believe it or not, like about how they play their games. It's really cool."

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"This year at Survivor Series, he produced 1/3 of the show. Last year at WrestleMania, he did 52 hours of rehearsals and four women's matches, and had it all like in his head. He’s so good at what he does."

"For me, I don't see myself being a producer per se, but I'm also one of those types of people that you never say never. I love helping people but I also love being in front of the camera. I love speaking. I love hosting things. I love being on Total Divas. That was so fun and I'd still love to do something like that or do reality TV. My sister and I do a fun YouTube show."

"I'm not the greatest at holding the candle for someone else and then not being in front of the camera because I feel like I'm just not there yet in my career and I'm not really sure if I have the patience to be a producer. They have the toughest jobs in the entire company. Our producers in WWE are so unsung. They don't always get the credit that they deserve," she continued.

"You see somebody like Adam Pearce, he's a GM on the show, but he also handles a lot of things backstage that nobody even sees. He trains people during the week. He works RAW. He works SmackDown. A lot of our producers are on the road six days a week. It's really, really challenging and really hard because they don't always get an action figure. They don't always get to be in a video game. They don't always get that spotlight. They're the first ones in the building and the last ones to leave. If something goes wrong, sometimes they have to handle it. It's a lot. So I don't know. I'm too selfish to be a producer."

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