Sasha Banks wants fans to “shut up” about her turning heel, and just let her be herself.
In a recent interview with David Shoemaker, Banks spoke about what she thinks of fans wanting her to turn heel.
The Boss also stated that she intends to stay in the WWE for a very long time, and that fans will eventually get to see both versions of her.
Banks aligned herself with top female babyface Bayley, helping the latter to beat Charlotte Flair (who has now been drafted to SmackDown Live) and win the WWE RAW Women’s Championship.
This led to speculation among fans as to whether she’d turn on Bayley in order to bag the aforementioned title however Bayley would lose the belt to Alexa Bliss who is the current champion and ruler of the red-brand’s Women’s division.
Speaking about possibly turning heel and engaging in a rivalry against Bayley, Sasha stated-
“Ummm, either one. I don’t like to just be like… cause a lot of people ask me ‘when are you going to turn heel?’ Like, I don’t care because guess what?”
“You guys just need to shut up and let me do me, okay? Why do you want me to turn on Bayley? That’s my best friend. I don’t have a lot of friends so just accept it. Yeah, I play either one very well, so it doesn’t matter.”
Furthermore, on her desire to stay in the WWE and eventually showcasing her face and heel personas, Banks added-
“I’m going to be in the WWE for a very long time so you’re going to see both versions of myself for a while. So people need to shut up because that’s what I’m sick of hearing.”
“‘When are you gonna turn heel?’ Then once I turn heel, ‘when are you gonna turn babyface?”
Sasha Banks was recently involved in a feud with Alicia Fox, something that the WWE doesn’t seem to keen on, but merely used as a filler, owing to the fact that Bayley and Alexa Bliss are presently battling it out over the WWE RAW Women’s title.
Banks is as talented on the mat as she is on the mic, and despite being sidelined from the championship storylines, albeit temporarily, The Boss will likely find herself back in the mix in the months to come.