WWE News: Real Reason Why Sasha Banks Has Lost At Hell In A Cell
To the mush disgust of the WWE universe, Sasha Banks has lost to Charlotte inside the Hell in a Cell. When everybody thought this would be will be the very beginning of Sasha becoming the face of the Women’s division, it turned out to be the complete opposite. The WWE creative has put faith on Charlotte, again and thus she became the three-time Women’s champion in the WWE.
The women have stolen the main event spotlight and lived up to the hype but the inadequate planning of the match ruined everything. The ending was so rushed with a couple of botches from Charlotte. The crowd was taken aback after Charlotte picked up the win via the Natural Selection maneuver, out of nowhere.
The real reason behind WWE’s decision to crown Charlotte with the title is due to the injury of Sasha Banks. Since her debut at last year, Sasha had to go off from WWE TV for the fourth consecutive time for injury purposes. This certainly indicates that Vince McMahon has lost his faith on the Boss and thereby held the process of making her the face of the Women’s division.
Another reason for the unbelievable decision to keeping Charlotte, the champion is the lack of depth in Raw Women’s roster. While it was thought that Charlotte-Sasha feud will be over, it would probably be stretched for a little bit longer. Reports suggest that Sasha will make her comeback in December to claim her rematch and will win the title back from the Queen.
The rivalry will continue till the Royal Rumble PPV after which Sasha will make a heel turn. She will start her feud with Bayley to culminate a match at next year’s Wrestlemania for the Women’s title.
Meanwhile, Charlotte has retained her unbeaten streak at the PPV since her debut in WWE. She has now a score of 14-0 in her PPV record book. WWE is trying to establish her legacy perhaps, as the greatest women’s champion in the history of the company.
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