Sasha Banks ‘Removal’ From Show Stuns Fans

Sasha Banks and Bianca Belair were removed from a WWE live event tonight for what the ring announcer called ‘unforseen circumstances,’ surprising fans.



Sasha Banks and WWE SmackDown Women’s Champion Bianca Belair are entailed in a heated rivalry after the former turned on ‘The EST of WWE’. The latest edition of WWE SmackDown saw Belair and Banks in the ring to sign the contract for the title match at SummerSlam. Banks, however, took the help of Carmella and Zelina Vega and attacked Bianca as soon as she finished signing her name. Keith Lee Girlfriend ‘Refuses’ Apology After Sad News

Bianca Belair says she will send Sasha Banks into retirement

Bianca fought back but she was outnumbered and the show concluded with her in the Banks Statement with Sasha using Belair’s braid for leverage. On this morning’s episode of Talking Smack, Kayla Braxton caught up with Bianca, who expressed just how angry she is by saying the following:

“You know what, it didn’t even have to be this way. Me and Sasha, we made history at WrestleMania. We’ve had all these amazing moments. We got an ESPY. I tried to give Sasha a chance. You know, I would have gladly given her a rematch but she had to do this, she had to come in and do this. You know what, all that is over and done with. I’m done playing these games with Sasha. I call myself the EST for a reason, so when I see her next week and at SummerSlam, oh it’s going to be on. Everyone wants to talk about how Sasha’s a legend in the making. Well, I might just retire her at SummerSlam and make her legend that night. I’m done with this. I’m done with Sasha.”

Belair and Banks had headlined the night one of WrestleMania 37. Banks had been away since then until she made her return a couple of weeks ago. She had come to the aid of Belair, teaming with her later that night but ‘The Boss’ turned on the champion, hitting her with a backstabber while she was celebrating their victory. This led to their match at SummerSlam next week.

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