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 Who is Sasha
Height: 5’5
From: Fairfield, CA
Billed: Boston, Mass.
Born: January 26th, 1992
Sasha Banks started her wrestling career in Chaotic Wrestling promotion under the ring name Mercedes KV, where she trained. She made her in ring debut on October 1st, 2010 in an intergender tag match. After wrestling for Chaotic Wrestling for a little over a year, Sasha was able to capture her first independent championship after winning an “I Quit” match. She then continued her wrestling career in other wrestling promotions like New England Championship Wrestling and National Wrestling Promotion where she competed in various match ups. Sasha eventually took part in a WWE tryout which lead to her being signed in August 18th of 2012.   Read More
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987 Shock Circuit interviews WWE Wrestler Sasha Banks!
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 In case you missed it, here’s the interview that The Shock Circuit did with WWE Wrestler Sasha Banks~


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2016 WWE Hall of Fame Red Carpet arrivals
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 Renee asks Sasha about competing tomorrow night at ‘Mania 32, Sasha says that she knows she is in for the fight of her life tomorrow night and she says that she lost it when she saw her face on the outside of the AT&T Stadium. Sasha then says that she is excited for Jacqueline entering the Hall Of Fame and this is the first time she has been at the event.

Snoop took the stage and was awesome, putting over the business and the people in it. Then he put over his little cousin, Sasha Banks. He told the story of taking her to WrestleMania as a teenager. He could see that is what she wanted to do and what she wanted to be. He is happy for her.

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Sasha Banks on the AfterBuzz TV
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Sasha is on the phone and dose an interview about NXT episode of July 1st. Sasha’s on the phone at 14:09!

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Sasha Banks on the Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcas
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 Check out this video of Sasha Banks as she talks about her career and main eventing NXT.

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PRO WRESTLING: Proud women’s champ Sasha Banks brings beauty, ...
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Mom knows best, but good thing NXT women’s champ Sasha Banks didn’t listen to hers.

Growing up, her mother, Judith, frowned upon her interest in pro wrestling.

Really. What mom wants their daughter to dream of making a career flipping, kicking, punching, bodyslamming, and badmouthing other women?

But what mom wouldn’t want their daughter to be happy and successful?

Banks is very happy these days and very successful. She is WWE’s NXT women’s champ, and her mom couldn’t be prouder.

Banks watched pro wrestling as a youngster… sometimes. If mom caught her watching, off it went. She literally took Banks’ TV. Her conservative mom didn’t want her watching ‘that.’ Banks loved it, though.

Born in Fairfield, California, she lived there until she was 8. She then went from the city to the farm with her aunt in Iowa. She lived in Iowa four years, before moving to Oregon for five months and then returned to California for three months, before venturing to Minnesota for four years. After that, she settled in Boston.

As Banks evolved into an athletic young lady, she decided to test the pro wrestling waters where her once reluctant mother eventually became her biggest fan.

“From my mom telling me ‘no’ to now telling everyone I’m the champion, and she’s so proud of me,” an emotional Banks said, “and to prove to a lot of people — who didn’t believe in me, who didn’t think I was going to be here — that I’m here, and I did it. It’s been a roller coaster of emotions; it’s amazing.”

Chaotic start

Boston is the birthplace of her pro wrestling career.

She said: “I call Boston home because it’s where I started coming into my own.”

Debuting in 2010 with Chaotic Wrestling in Boston, Banks learned from trainers Brian Fury, Brian Milonas and Todd Smith.

Milonas, a wrestler and company officer with Chaotic Wrestling, served as head trainer when Banks began her pro wrestling journey.

“She stood out immediately,” Milonas recalled via email. “Her first day was during a one day camp for first timers. She earned a three-month scholarship based on the potential we saw. She was athletic but not overly aggressive.”

Since men far out-numbered women enrolled at a pro wrestling school, any pro wrestling school, Banks trained with guys. That actually helped her aggressiveness.

“She trained right with guys who were twice her size, in my case three times her size,” he said. “I never questioned her toughness for a minute. She hung with and surpassed many of the guys she trained with.”

Banks, a true student of the game, too.

“She picked things up very quickly,” Milonas said. “She was always at class, always asking questions, always looking to get better. She was someone you wanted to help because you could see how much she loved wrestling.”

Away from the ring, “Quiet, shy but very respectful,” he said. “I always appreciated how [Sasha] carried herself at such a young age. Mature beyond her years.”

Banks wrestled as Mercedes KV.

“I remember talking to her about [her wrestling name], and we all thought Mercedes was a great name,” Milonas said. “KV was the first letters of her hyphenated last name.”

The Chaotic Wrestling family is following the career of Banks.

Milonas said, “There’s no doubt in my mind she will be a major Superstar with WWE. Her attitude, passion and athleticism are second to none. I’m extremely proud of her, and I’m excited to see what’s next for her.

WWE beginning

In 2012, she landed a developmental deal with WWE, after a successful WWE tryout camp. She began with WWE’s FCW and did a good job learning. Then WWE took developmental to the next level, and since working with WWE coach/trainer Sara Amato (Sara Del Rey) at the state-of-the-art WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Banks really elevated her game.

With a catchy name — The BO$$ Sasha Banks — and finishers dubbed the Bank Statement and Bankrupt, a star was developing.

As for her look, unique from head to toe with money sign medallions, thick decorative chains, cool blinder shades, dark armbands, blue painted nails, purple red hair, more specially designed jewelry, and lots of The Boss — Boss T-shirt (Legit Boss front, Banks On It back), multi-finger-wide Boss ring, Boss necklace, and even a gold banded Boss stamper to sign autographs The Boss way.

“I’ve always known that I wanted to be different. I wanted to stand out,” she said, “so my gear is very elaborate, very blingy, very loud, because I want people to notice me, want to look like me. The Boss necklace, the ring. I want everything big.”

Mikaze, a talented indie wrestler who designs gear, is the finisher behind Sasha’s big wardrobe inspirations.

“Most recently I haven’t been able to pick out what colors I wanted or scheme,” Banks said. “I just had him do it, because now he knows what I want. He envisions it. I just tell him, ‘I want to look the best, the greatest. Just do your thing,’ and he always makes me look amazing.”

At NXT shows from Full Sail Live in Winter Park on WWE Network or on the road like at the Havert L. Fenn Center in Fort Pierce or via social media, fans embrace The Boss look.

“It’s really cool to see how many people try to imitate me or wear my stuff,” she said. “I get a lot of Instagram videos of people doing my entrance. I think that’s so cool. To see the variety of people, little girls, guys, doing it. I never really thought that would happen. It’s amazing.”

NXT present

Banks, 23, is The Boss of NXT, literally and figuratively, as she won the NXT women’s title in February in a fatal four-way over standouts Charlotte, Bayley and Becky Lynch during the NXT TakeOver: Rival live special on WWE Network from Full Sail Live at Full Sail University in Winter Park, near Orlando.

“Just to be a part of that, it’s really indescribable,” Banks said. “It’s something I’ve always dreamed of, but I never really saw it happening. So to be in the moment and see it happening was just crazy.”

She continued: “I’ve never had so many tweets in my life. Afterward, people were tweeting ‘That match was Match of the Night.’ ‘You women are [going above and beyond].’”

Women’s wrestling is thriving in NXT, and that is helping build a brand.

What started as development is still developmental, but it has also progressed into a brand.

NXT is white hot, and Banks is a big reason why.

“To see how far NXT has grown and to be able to be a part of that is truly humbling,” Banks said, “because years later, we’re going to look back, and I’m going to be part of history.

“To have a show in Columbus and have it sell out [snaps her fingers] like that, which made us have a show in San Jose, and we sold out [snaps her fingers] just like that, it’s amazing.”

Banks is amazing, determined, focused and improving.

Taking the NXT women’s title from her will be a very difficult task.

Who will try?

Well, you’ve heard the expression, and it’s apropos in this case.

“Don’t cross The Boss.”

So opponents … good luck.

Snoop Banks

Banks is cousins with recording artist, actor and WWE fan Snoop Dogg. He appeared at WrestleMania 24 in 2008 at the Citrus Bowl in Orlando. Banks appeared at WrestleMania 30 in 2014 at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans.

“I hope one day he can make my entrance music,” Banks said. “All my family on that side are big WWE fans, huge.”

Banks, a fan of all music, just started listening to country music.

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Sasha Banks celebrates her NXT Women’s Title win: February 11,...
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