Aliyah Breaks Massive WWE Record at the Expense of Guinness World Records Holder Natalya

Published 01/15/2022, 6:30 AM EST


Following her move to the main roster, Aliyah finally had her glory moment during this week’s episode of WWE SmackDown. Previously, she got removed from Team SmackDown for the 2021 Survivor Series PPV. But during this week’s episode of WWE SmackDown, she surpassed The Rock’s record for the fastest win in WWE history.

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Aliyah faced Natalya in a singles match and beat her in just 3.17 seconds! Before this, The Rock had the record for the fastest win in WWE history following his victory against Erick Rowan at WrestleMania 32.

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Leaving aside the fact that it is the fastest win in WWE history, Aliyah also defeated an experienced superstar in Natalya. That, in itself, is an incredible achievement for Aliyah.

During a backstage interview following her win, Aliyah looked delighted at her incredible achievement. The future is looking bright for Aliyah. However, this looks like a step back for Natalya, considering all her achievements in 2021.

In late 2021, Natalya became a record-breaker. She etched her name thrice in the Guinness World Records. On this week’s episode of WWE SmackDown, Natalya became a part of another new WWE record (a rather unwanted one for her).

A look at Natalya’s Guinness World Records

Natalya is a very experienced wrestler. She is indeed a WWE veteran, and over the years, she has entertained the fans through various memorable moments. But 2021 will be a bit more special for Natalya and all her fans. In 2021, Natalya recorded her name in the Guinness World Records thrice.

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Natalya holds the record for most matches by a female wrestler in WWE and most wins by a female wrestler in WWE.

Not only these, but Natalya also holds the record for most PPV appearances by a female wrestler. Natalya achieved this feat when she participated in the Women’s 5 on 5 Traditional Tag Team Match at the WWE Survivor Series 2021 PPV.

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Natalya is also a former WWE Divas Champion and a former WWE SmackDown Women’s Champion. Back in 2021, she also held the WWE Women’s Tag Team Championship along with Tamina.

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Shouvik Nath

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Shouvik Nath is a WWE and AEW author at EssentiallySports. Having completed his graduation from St.Xavier’s College, Shouvik wished to follow his passion for pro wrestling.

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