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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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SummerSlam 2017 Predictions
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Raw Women’s Champion Alexa Bliss vs. Sasha Banks

BILL APTER: BANK on champion Bliss to make her own STATEMENT and beat Sasha to retain her title.

WINNER: Alexa Bliss

TONY BENIGNO: In the same building Sasha Banks and Bayley tore down two years ago, The Boss wins one for The Hugger.

WINNER: Sasha Banks

RYAN PAPPOLLA: Raw Women’s Champion Alexa Bliss’ reign with the title has been absolutely fitting of her “Goddess” moniker. However, The “Goddess” is about the meet The Boss, and The Boss is ‘bout to make Bank.

WINNER: Sasha Banks

SCOTT TAYLOR: Sasha Banks has shown an ability to come up big on the biggest of stages. The Boss will leave Brooklyn a four-time Raw Women’s Champion.

WINNER: Sasha Banks


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Sasha Banks and Titus O’Neil go sightseeing in Rotterdam, ...
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Titus O’Neil and Sasha Banks enjoy a bite to eat while taking in the sights of Rotterdam, the Netherlands’ “Gateway to Europe.”

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Dean Ambrose and Sasha Banks host a VIP signing at Barclays Cent...
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The WWE World Champion and WWE Women’s Champion welcomed members of the WWE Universe to Barclays Center for an autograph signing and meet-and-greet.

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Sasha Banks covers “Muscle & Fitness Hers”
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Sasha Banks covers “Muscle & Fitness Hers”

Sasha Banks wants to help you kick off the summer with her first cover feature in “Muscle & Fitness: Hers.”

In the June/July issue of the premier fitness magazine, WWE’s resident Legit Boss breaks down her intense full-body workout routine to help you keep your beach body all throughout the season.

See the full cover feature in “Muscle & Fitness Hers” on newsstands today.

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The 10 greatest Divas Matches of all time
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6. Charlotte vs. Sasha Banks – NXT Women’s Championship Match; NXT TakeOver: R Evolution

What Charlotte and Sasha Banks created at NXT TakeOver: R Evolution represents, in many ways, a connecting bridge on the roadmap of the Divas Revolution. Placed smack-dab in the middle of the uprising’s first swell, the two former teammates made a clear statement — Diva matches continually winning the night wasn’t some fluke, but an actualized and ever-present reality.

The contest — rife with athleticism, tenacity and in-ring skill — was filled with dynamic moments and artful counters that were still, even then, somewhat foreign for audiences to consistently see within the Divas division. Charlotte prevailed over Banks, but only after the two Horsewomen, in many ways as a unit, firmly planted their flag as the future of not only the Divas division, but WWE at large.

5. Sasha Banks vs. Becky Lynch — NXT Women’s Championship Match; NXT TakeOver: Unstoppable

Going into this match, you’d say the name “Becky Lynch” and even the most hardened yellow-ropes fan would go “Hmmm.” A world-traveled competitor who’d gone come into NXT under the guise of an Irish jigger, she’d been remade (thankfully) into a frantic brawler, the so-called “Lass Kicker” had yet to cement herself as a true player going into her title bout against Sasha Banks, though her performance in that Fatal 4-Way surely raised a few eyebrows.

Call this match Becky Lynch’s coming-out party, then. Debuting her trademark steampunk duster and goggles for the first time, “Maiden Ireland’s” maiden voyage into the big time showed the Universe exactly what kind of first-class competitor they’d been missing. She lost, ultimately, to The Boss, but even in defeat, Becky was showered with praise by the NXT fans who sang her theme song, ensuring that nobody’d ever overlook her for the rest of her days. Slàinte.

4. Bayley vs. Sasha Banks — 30-Minute Iron Man NXT Women’s Championship Match; NXT TakeOver: Respect

Who says the sequel can never measure up to the original? Bayley and Sasha Banks needed something big to seal the book on their rivalry and meet the mark set by their NXT Women’s Title clash at TakeOver: Brooklyn (which we’re getting to, don’t worry). The first-ever women’s Iron Man Match in WWE history gave them just the opportunity to do so.

Competing under the shadow of history and shouldering the burden of making it all over again, NXT’s “iron women” delivered in every sense of the word. The contest was much more deliberate than their whirling-dervish battle in Brooklyn, but the big moments shone all the brighter. None more so than the post-match celebration, in which Sasha and the victorious Bayley received twin bouquets of flowers in a fete that was part sendoff for The Boss (thank you Sasha, indeed) and part coronation for the new queen. Long may she reign.

1. Sasha Banks vs. Bayley – NXT Women’s Championship Match; NXT: TakeOver – Brooklyn

Too often in this social media age do viewers become prisoners of the moment. Audiences see something they find enjoyable, immediately get swept up, declare it as the “greatest ever,” and then, with the passage of time, realize they may have been somewhat knee-jerk. It happens all the time — but it won’t with Sasha Banks and Bayley’s Women’s Championship Match from NXT: TakeOver: Brooklyn. No years of reflection are needed with this one; it really was that good.

Yes, Bayley won the contest and the championship in an absolute thriller, but to strictly classify the contest as an underdog triumph would be a disservice to the greater significance of the evening.

In an amazing post-match scene , Charlotte and Becky Lynch rushed to the ring to embrace with Bayley and Banks. The NXT Universe remained steadfast on their feet to heap ample praise to both the match and the Four Horsewomen themselves. In that precise moment, it all became definitive — the revolution was here, it was real and it had, indeed, been televised.

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Tempers run high between Sasha Banks and Becky Lynch
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Things get tense between The Boss and The Irish Lass Kicker before their SmackDown rematch to determine who will face Charlotte for the Divas Championship at WrestleMania.




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Sasha Banks reveals middle school yearbook picture
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In the most definitive proof yet that absolutely nobody has ever peaked in middle school, Sasha Banks took to Instagram and posted a doodled-up page of her old yearbook. The result is a glimpse into the life of a pre-Boss Banks that’s as fascinating as it is surprising. Two evident nemeses have been marked with devil horns (one poor guy has been wiped out entirely), and a bespectacled gentleman who’s surely kicking himself right about now is encased in a heart. The Boss herself makes an appearance at the bottom right of the photo, circled for the benefit of you, the curious viewer.

dying at this yearbook I found ?

A photo posted by Sasha Banks (@sashabankswwe) on

Fascinating and encouraging stuff, indeed. If nothing else can be gleamed from this post, take heart, middle-school kids of America. You too, can one day be as legit as Sasha Banks. Well, maybe not as legit as Sasha Banks, but legit nonetheless.


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16 Superstars to watch in 2016
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Sasha Banks


The argument can be made that Sasha Banks was the best in-ring performer of 2015. Not the best female in-ring performer, but the best performer period. Any chance Banks was given to really demonstrate her skills in the ring she took and absolutely ran with. Dominating NXT’s Women’s Division for the majority of the year, The Boss turned her sights to the main roster this past summer and has yet to look back.

The Team B.A.D. member will break new ground in 2016 when she inevitably injects herself into the Divas Championship hunt. With WrestleMania on the horizon, it only makes sense that her brash attitude and skill level will place her in a prime position in Dallas on April, 3, 2016 … bank on it.

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10 things we want to see in 2016
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#9 A Diva wins a male championship


They don’t call Sasha Banks “The Boss” because she’s known for her micromanagement skills. With her flashy style and in-ring technique, she specializes in disrupting the status quo. After main-eventing NXT TakeOver and competing in NXT’s first women-only Iron Man Match, she’s off to a great start.

It has been more than 10 years since a Diva challenged for — yet alone won — a male championship in WWE. Past Divas did it with power moves and frying pans, but Banks’ high-risk style affords her the ability to take down much larger opponents. Plus, the classic Intercontinental Championship would look perfect around Sasha Banks’ waist.

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WWE.com’s Top 25 Matches of 2015
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#15 Sasha Banks vs. Becky Lynch — NXT Women’s Championship Match (NXT TakeOver: Unstoppable)


In a revolutionary year for women’s wrestling, Sasha Banks and Becky Lynch’s NXT clash could be easy to underrate next to the gems that followed it. Make no mistake: It was just as good as any of its successors. Altering the perception of a “Diva” with each passing second, both women implemented an emphasis on submission wrestling, zoning in on specific body parts of their opponent and taking massive risks throughout the course of the contest. And yes, Banks retained to keep the division’s status quo. But the game had changed by the time she was done.

#10 Bayley vs. Sasha Banks — 30-Minute Iron Man NXT Women’s Championship Match (NXT TakeOver: Respect)


Bayley-Sasha Banks II earned its place in history before the two even touched. It was both the first-ever women’s Iron Man Match, as well as the first instance of women main-eventing a WWE special event. Expectations amongst NXT devotees were insanely high for this return bout, and the pressure brought out the best in the rivals. The wicked Banks made a little girl in the crowd bawl, the inspiring Bayley overcame a hellacious beating to retain, and the NXT Universe boisterously heaped their approval upon all of it. Forget Iron Men: By the night’s end, Bayley and Banks were bonafide Supergirls. Scratch that: Superwomen.

#5 Charlotte vs. Sasha Banks vs. Bayley vs. Becky Lynch — Fatal 4-Way NXT Women’s Championship Match (NXT TakeOver: Rival)



WE SAID: This match defies a moment-by-moment description of why it deserves to be here, because the match itself was the moment. Charlotte, Sasha Banks, Bayley and Becky Lynch’s four-way tussle for the NXT Women’s Title was the most defining statement of their division’s collective passion and talent. And even if Sasha’s name was scribbled down as the winner, to label anyone a “loser” after the efforts on display would be nitpicky to the point of cruelty. It was so good, and everyone involved was so perfect, that Charlotte even allowed herself a quiet “follow that” moment behind the curtain. She needn’t have been so modest: The message was loud and clear. — ANTHONY BENIGNO

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THEY SAID: “I gave it my all and I was in the ring with three of the best women in the world. To have the reaction from the crowd and the energy from each other and from everybody watching, I feel like we stole the show. I feel like it was another mark in putting women’s wrestling on the map.” — BECKY LYNCH

“I didn’t win, but it was one of the best times of my life. Leaning against the guardrail, looking at Becky at the right side of me, Charlotte laying on the floor and Sasha standing up there with the title, it made me feel proud to be a part of something like that. I knew it was something special and this was a match that everyone was going to look back at.” — BAYLEY

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