Sasha Banks is quite a pro on getting attention from the WWE Universe especially during her heel avatar, at this point. She is recently running the women’s division with bestie SmackDown Women’s Champion Bayley.
But it seems she’s found another way to attract the fans and this to her social media account. She blessed their timeline with a new photo that was impossible to ignore.
Sasha Banks dropped a new photo in a stunning blue swimsuit with jungle-kind of a backdrop. The monokini outfit matched to her hair that was no less than a photoshoot. Meanwhile, The Boss mentioned who was the person behind the lens.
It was WWE Superstar and founding member of the of Kalisto’s wife Lady Lucha. The photo had a pretty interesting caption on it that saw the fans getting an invitation from Banks,
“Welcome to my jungle.”
The current one half of the Women’s Tag Team Champions had previously posted another shot from that drop-dead gorgeous blue attire on her Instagram account. She also found a way to compare herself with Lita. Sasha Banks uploaded a photo showing off her thong while saying she’s better than the WWE Hall of Famer. Apparently, she was trying the gear that was pendant for Lita.
Sasha Banks from SmackDown is set to challenge Asuka for the RAW Women’s Championship at Extreme Rules: The Horror Show. The Wrestling Observer noted that WWE chose her as Asuka’s challenger because they needed a top star to face the champion at Extreme Rules.
“Banks, a SmackDown wrestler, is going after the RAW Title likely due to Charlotte Flair being out of action. Flair had two wins over Asuka, but then lost to Asuka on television and did an injury angle off it.”
Apart from being involved in the championship picture, Sasha Banks also received a ton of attention from the Sammy Guevara incident, recently. Controversies stirred up through some old comments made by the AEW star. Guevara had said during a podcast in 2016 that he wanted to “go f–king rape” Banks while working as an extra for a WWE TV taping.
Those comments were highlighted as the #SpeakingOut movement took over the pro-wrestling industry in recent times. Later, Guevara apologized by calling Sasha Banks that was accepted. But The Boss has never considered such an act that was not attached to class and dignity.