Natalya couldn't help but giggle at the sight of Shawn Michaels. The poor man looked like he was about to have a nervous breakdown. "Are you going to be okay?" she asked the only real friend she had on the Raw roster.

Shawn shook his head. "No, actually I'm not. This was a terrible idea. Those girls are going to get into a boat load of trouble and Kevin and Scott are going to kick MY ass for it. Like somehow I'm supposed to keep their crazy daughters in line. This is going to be a disaster."

"They are not that bad," Natalya insisted. She was actually excited about the arrival of Salina Hall and Emily Nash. She missed having girls to talk to. She couldn't talk to Victoria as much since the older diva retired, and her moving to Raw hadn't really gone as smoothly as she hoped. Sure, she had made quite an impact in the ring, but the baby face didn't like her and making the fact she wanted the women's title known was not getting her friends from the heel divas, who were loyal to Beth Phoenix. So having two of her longtime friends join the WWE was definitely something she was excited about.

"Yeah, because you're always getting in trouble with them," Shawn muttered. Despite the fact that he and her uncle Bret had never liked each other, he had always treated her very well. Maybe it was because she spent a lot of time with the Kliq when she was younger. Her uncle Bret had always thrown a fit about that, but her dad accepted that because he thought Salina and Emily were good girls. Time has definitely changed that though.

"Chica!" Salina yelled as she and Emily entered the arena. The very curvy dark haired woman shoved her bags into Emily's hands and ran over to Natalya. Her red bandana smelled of cigarette smoke and she had a toothpick in her mouth, just like her dad.

"Where the hell have you kept that bandana?" Natalya asked as she wrinkled her nose. "That thing reeks of smoke."

Salina grinned. "I took it from some guy I hooked up with at a bar."

"Did you ask him if you could do that?"

"Why would I do that?"

"Take your stuff you bitch!" Emily said, her voice conveying her annoyance. Her mane of golden brown was hanging all the way down her back. "I've told you a hundred times that I wasn't your slave."

Salina rolled her eyes. "You're such a big baby." She took her stuff and then handed it off to Shawn. "Here you go Shawn."

"Who said I wanted it?" Shawn asked.

"I did," Salina replied. "You got a problem with that?"

"It's nice to see time has not changed her manners," Natalya said in amusement.

Emily snorted. "What manners? That girl is worse than Scott is."

"Yet you're still friends with her, just like your dad is still friends with Scott."

"Yeah, well, what can I say? Nashes and Halls go together. We're like chocolate and peanut butter. We're just better together."

Natalya laughed but she soon stopped as Randy Orton, Cody Rhodes and Ted DiBiase walked past them. For some reason, the Legacy was staring straight at them. Randy in particular was giving her a look that did not set well with her.

"What in the hell are you looking at?" Salina asked the Legacy. She pushed past Shawn and Emily had to stop her from getting right in their faces. "You want some of this? I'll kick all your asses!"

"Easy there you crazy whore," Emily said. "We don't need to do anything violent here." She then stopped and glared at Randy. "Or do we?"

Randy studied them carefully. "Who said we wanted to do anything violent? Maybe we were just…observing."

"Well go observe somewhere else," Shawn said. He put down Salina's bags and got in Randy's face.

Randy smirked. "What are you going to do if I don't?"

Out of the corner of her eye, Natalya saw Salina take out a thing of chewing tobacco out of her pocket and slip some in her mouth. Hoping to keep everyone else's attention away from that, she decided to ask the obvious question. "What do you want Randy?"

"Well I saw this little legacy of divas we got going on over here and I wanted to get a closer look. I can't say I'm too impressed." He looked back at Cody and Ted. "Are you guys impressed?"

"Not one little bit," Cody agreed.

"Oh who cares what you think?" Emily snapped. She stepped right in Cody's face. "Because in all honesty, nobody really gives a crap about you Cody. You'll never measure up to your father. Hell, you can't even measure up to your own brother, and he's a complete freak."

Cody glared at her. "Who the hell do you think you are you bitch?"

"I'm the bitch that's going to be kicking your ass all the way through this arena if you don't step the hell down!"

Natalya looked at Ted. "You've got anything you want to add?"

Ted shook his head. "I just got here. I have no idea we're in this big confrontation right now."

Salina and Randy were right in each other's faces. "What about you?" Randy asked. "We all know your father's issues. Tell me, did having his alcoholism displayed for everyone to see make you ashamed of him?"

"I would not go there if I were you," Salina warned him.

"Because the way I see it, your father was a no good, drunk, pathetic piece of--"

All of the tobacco juice that was in Salina's mouth got spit right into Randy's face. Even though Natalya had a feeling that was going to happen, it was still disgusting as hell. Randy looked absolutely furious and Ted and Cody had to restrain him just to make sure Salina didn't get hit.

"That was disgusting," Shawn said. "Why would you do that? That is completely unsanitary."

"Nobody talks about my dad like that and gets away with it," Salina growled. She turned around and stormed off. Emily sighed and tried to go after her.

Natalya looked at Shawn. "Okay, you were right. This will be a disaster."