An unprecedented incident took place at Clash Of Champions 2019 PPV when a fan tried to touch Sasha Banks’ butt during her match. She challenged for the Raw Women’s Title to compete against Becky Lynch. The match ended in a disqualification after Becky hit a referee with a chair. But the brawl between the two superstars continued following this, throughout the arena.
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The unwanted incident happened when Becky Lynch was in control of the beatdown and wanted to toss Sasha Banks over the barricade. The challenger stuck in between the barricade pads for a moment allowing the fan to reach for her butt. He dared to touch her that now led WWE to take precautionary steps, so to prohibit such altercation in the future.
According to Brad Shepard, WWE is set to investigate this incident and issue lifetime bans to those fans who were involved in such incidents:
“According to a source in WWE, the company is investigating the situation involving the fan and Sasha Banks, and will likely issue a lifetime ban to any fan involved.”
Sasha Banks has returned on Monday Night RAW with a goal of her own to take over the place. She is eyeing to capture the Raw Women’s Championship and go back to the spotlight where she belongs. But Becky Lynch is sitting on the top of the food chain for a long time and so it’ll be a tough task for her.
Recently, Sasha Banks opened up on the issue of walking out of the WWE after WrestleMania. She accepted losing all the loves that she had for wrestling at that point. So she had spent her time away from the company trying to reignite her passion for the business. Banks stated the following in recent WWE Chronicle documentary,
“[Wrestling] really broke me, It broke my spirit and made me question my mind. It made me question who I was as a person, and the path that I was going scared me so I’m very proud in myself that I took that step to walk away from something that I love very much.”
Thankfully, WWE brought her back straight to the main event picture despite the long absence. After a failed attempt to the women’s title at Clash Of Champions, she is getting a second chance when she challenges Becky Lynch in a rematch at Hell in a Cell.