Sasha Banks

Sasha Banks is, in my opinion, either the best or 2nd best female wrestler on the WWE roster. Her confidence, athleticism and ability to make every move look like MURDERDEATHKILL is one of the reasons why she’s always at the top of the card of the Raw Women’s Division. Sasha doesn’t know how to take it easy. Every move she takes seems like it is the one that will win it or lose it for her. We’ve shared our concerns about Sasha’s want to do crazy stunts in and around the ring. Besides Charlotte, there is not a more consistent performer on the female roster. In fact, few male wrestlers match her in-ring performance on a regular basis. Her strength and ability is a huge reason why she spearheaded the Women’s Revolution and was the first to crack so many firsts for lady wrestlers.

She’s also not one who shies away from drama out of the ring. She’s currently embroiled in a feud with former best friend Bayley that extends far off the TV and deep into social media.

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Before her feud with Bayley, it looked like Sasha, and the rest of the women’s roster had their eyes set on toppling new signee Ronda Rousey. However, it became clear that Banks and the other members of the WWE female roster are behind Rousey. Not only that, Banks is wowed by how quickly Rousey picked up wrestling. Here’s what she told CBS about Ronda’s first two matches.

“She has proven all the doubters wrong, and it’s so crazy to see her matches. I’m in shock; I’m in awe. I loved her match at WrestleMania. I loved her match at Money in the Bank, and I definitely think she’s one to watch. I can’t believe Money in the Bank was only her second match”

High praise indeed. Fans and wrestlers alike are universally praising Rousey for her preternatural in-ring abilities that match her love and commitment to wrestling.

But what does Sasha think about her career? Click next to find out.

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