Ronda Rousey Spoils Sasha Banks SmackDown Return

WWE star Sasha Banks has been away from WWE for a few months now. She recently took to Twitter to share a cryptic message with her fans during WWE Extreme Rules featuring Bray Wyatt’s return. Banks shared the tweet right after Ronda Rousey defeated Liv Morgan to win the SmackDown Women’s title. Well it seems Ronda Rousey has dropped some hints on the return of Banks.



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Last weekend, ‘The Baddest Woman On The Planet’ managed to defeat Liv Morgan to win her second SmackDown Women’s Championship at Extreme Rules Premium Live Event. Morgan was locked in a submission as she eventually passed out and Rousey emerged victorious.

In her newest YouTube vlog, the reigning WWE SmackDown Women’s Champion Ronda Rousey discussed possible challengers for her title and she named Sasha Banks, which indicates she could be returning to SmackDown.

“I wonder who’s next. It’s forcing me to look at like, the entire field at ‘SmackDown,’ which is less than 10 people,” Rousey said. “Shotzi, Aliyah, Raquel, Nattie, Shayna, Naomi, Sasha, is that it? That’s it. I want to be an active champion. I came back to wrestle so I could wrestle,” she added.

Banks and Naomi had walked out of Monday Night RAW due to creative differences. There have been various sides to the story already reported, including that the WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions confronted WWE Chairman Vince McMahon over their issue. There have been many speculations over the past few weeks. NXT star Amari Miller who joined the company last year, has found herself amid controversy after her comment on Sasha Banks. Naomi and Banks were also seen acting as models for New York Fashion Week.

‘The Boss’ also recently made an appearance at the Chicago Comic & Entertainment Expo. Banks also gained more popularity in her acting endeavor as Koska Reeves on Disney Plus hit ‘The Mandalorian’ set in the Star Wars universe. Banks also recently revealed her charges for a personalized Cameo video.

Barry Russell
Barry Russell
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