Sasha Banks is not present in the WWE since Wrestlemania 35 onwards. It was the night when she has reportedly walked out of the company after a creative dispute. She was extremely unhappy with the way WWE had taken the women’s tag team championships away from her and Bayley. Hence, she decided not to come back to the company, as per the rumors.
During this hiatus, Sasha Banks was all over the social media playing around with the fans with the non-confirmed news going around on her WWE career. Her name change on the social media and indirectly supporting All Elite Wrestling might have been an indication that she is willing to leave the WWE. However, a huge amount of money could work as a positive factor to let her make the return.
Brad Shepard reported on social media that WWE offered Sasha Banks a multi-year contract. She has received an offer where the company chose her to pay a seven-figure amount. The source did not clarify whether she will receive this amount, per year or during the entire tenure i.e. the timespan her contract with WWE will be intact.
We should note on this regard that Sasha Banks walking out of the WWE had nothing to do with the money in the first place. But the WWE officials may have offered a new deal to let her remember how much special talent she is to the company. So it’s now up to the former Raw women’s champion whether she wants to accept the new contract or stay in the same position.
— Brad Shepard (@TheBradShepard) June 30, 2019
The main reason behind The Boss getting into a frustrating position was due to lack of quality treatment to her on-screen character. So the money offered is not really the key thing to make her happy which leads to another follow-up report from the same source. Shepard updated her previous report saying that those number of contract figures might not be as much as some initially thought.
The whole culture is telling you to hurry, while the art tells you to take your time. Always listen to the art.
— $asha Banks (@SashaBanksWWE) July 2, 2019
Apparently, those combined seven figures ‘puts the yearly value of her reported contract’ which is not a per year deal. So the amount might remain the same ($250,000 per year) for Sasha Banks like her previous deal but it’s still a lot of money considering the other female talents of the roster. It’s entirely up to the former champ whether she accepts or not the WWE offer. There might be companies who’d try to get her under their banner, anyway.