Sasha Banks is playing the role of a bonafide villain in the WWE ever since her return, back in August. The stint appeared to be quite a success as she’s the current Women’s Tag Team Champion alongside SmackDown Women’s Champion Bayley as the duo continue to dominate the entire female roster. She also started a trend on social media claiming that she’s better than everyone else to instigate people.
The comparisons especially apply to anyone comparing themselves with her tag team partner, Bayley. Now, these two have seemingly dragged legendary female professional wrestler Lita into the conversation.
In the latest posted picture on her Instagram story, Sasha Banks was showing her thong while taking a shot at the WWE Hall Of Famer. “Better Than Lita” was her short caption in the mirror selfie.
Apparently, she also decided to join the illustrious list of WWE female superstars who’ve decided to go on posting thirst trap photos so that the fans drool over these. Meanwhile, Sasha Banks comparing herself to Lita is somewhat significant as the latter has been a key part of the women’s revolution.
She mentored the four-horsewomen who later went on to become the cornerstone figures in the women’s division. So The Legit Boss took extreme pride in declaring that she’s better than Amy Dumas aka Lita.
Sasha Banks recently claimed that along with Bayley they’re better than The Undertaker. That earned quite the reactions from the fans. Later, Booker T fired a shot back at them saying that Bayley can’t do things properly after which the Boss n Hug Connection brought the WCW tag team Harlem Heat into the conversation. They claimed to be better than Hall of Famer tag team that generated a lot of heat among the fans.
Apart from doing these heel antics, Sasha Banks also got into a recent controversy for some old comments made by AEW star Sammy Guevara. The AEW superstar had said during a podcast, four years ago that he wanted to “go f–king rape” Banks after seeing her a WWE TV taping while working as an extra.
Guevara later apologized to the former Raw Women’s Champion for his comments but AEW suspended her for that. Here’s what Banks had to offer on the incident while speaking to Sports Illustrated,
“As you can see on social media, I left my comment out there, I made my statement,” Banks said. “I don’t feel like I need to touch upon it any more than I did, but as a role model, I have to lead by example. I can’t show hate with hate. I only can show through education, dignity, and integrity.”