WWE Star ‘Embarrassed’ By Sasha Banks Botch

Sasha Banks defended her Smackdown Women’s Championship against Bianca Belair on Night One of WrestleMania 37, in its main event. It was a historic match as the two competitors gave it their all including the kitchen sink in order to win the match. Ultimately, it was Bianca Belair who emerged victorious in the title match and became the new Smackdown Women’s Champion in the process. The two also had a genuine moment where they shed tears in the ring. Sasha Banks’ tight shorts backside photo was revealed recently. 



Corey Graves recently gave his thoughts on Michael Cole’s botch during the WrestleMania 37 title match on his After The Bell podcast.

I have to address the elephant in the room. In the twilight hours after WrestleMania, everybody was mad at our good friend Michael Cole. Cole is the consummate pro. He’s been doing this 25 years. If there’s anybody that’s truly unshakeable, it’s Cole. Cole felt bad. He felt terrible, but I can relate. I almost thought the same thing. From our vantage point, it was not crystal clear. Now, you factor in, and I’m not making excuses, because it was what it was. To me, it didn’t take anything away from the amazing moment. It was reality. ‘It’s over. No it’s not. Oh yes it is.’

It was a very genuine, real reaction. But, take into consideration, yes, we have the monitor. Yes, we have audio in our headphones. We are also in a stadium full of 20 some thousand people. In any wrestler’s book, you’ve ever read says, ‘Being in a stadium is very different from an arena because it takes a second. The sound has to leave and come back before anything can truly register.’ So, all of these factors are going in. I, myself, wasn’t sure. Hey, it’s the main event at WrestleMania. People have kicked out of each other’s finishers 35 times already tonight. Why wouldn’t this be any different?”

Harrison Carter
Harrison Carter
Harrison Carter has been a huge pro wrestling fan since 2002, and it's been his first love ever since then. He has years of writing experience for all things pro wrestling. His interests outside of wrestling include films, books and soccer.

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