Sasha Banks Direct Message To Big E Revealed

WWE SmackDown star Big E sustained a horrific neck injury on the latest edition of Friday Night SmackDown. The former WWE Champion had teamed up with Kofi Kingston to take on Ridge Holland and Sheamus in a losing effort. There was a spot during the match where Holland tossed Big E at ringside with a belly-to-belly suplex, but he dropped him on his head causing the horrendous injury. The medical team immediately attended Big E while Kingston finished the match. Following the legitimate injury several stars in the pro-wrestling fraternity.



Stars send prayers for Big E

The neck injuries are career-threatening and it would be a shame to see the New Day member being forced to hang up his boots untimely. The pro-wrestling world witnessed the injury and sent out wishes for Big E.  Amanda Huber wrote, “I feel sick to my stomach.” addressing Big E’s situation.

AEW’s Taz wrote, “I’ve said it many times over the years, suplexing is ALL about proper technique & training, not strength. [praying hands emoji] Big E.”

While WWE Hall of Famer Mick Foley wrote the following:  “Just heard about Big E. Actively saying my prayers. Wishing, hoping and praying for a full and completely recovery for this amazing man.”

Sasha Banks and WWE backstage interviewer Kayla Braxton also wished speedy recovery for E. She wrote: “Big E is truly one of the most incredible humans I’ve ever known. Broken neck and he’s more concerned with how we all feel. We don’t deserve that man.”

Other stars have also reflected on the injury taken to their Twitter account.

Check out all the Tweets below:


During an interview that was conducted in October with the New York Post, Sasha Banks discussed her time in the entertainment industry and what type of genre of acting she would like to pursue in the future. Credit to the outlet for the below.

I just finished watching the ‘Squid Games’ and I’m a huge, huge fan of Korean movies. So I would love to be in a show like that just that thriller, drama, really intense show where you don’t know what’s going to happen. And to be in a Korean movie, ’s always been one of my dreams. I would love to be in a movie one day. It could be any genre. I’m just excited to learn and do it all. I have so much time.

Barry Russell
Barry Russell
A dedicated pro wrestling follower for more than a decade

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