There is set to be a second divas match added to the Survivor Series card as Natalya and Sasha Banks look set to clash on the Kickoff Show on Sunday night.
The two gifted divas have had a storied rivalry already, but that has previously included Tamina Snuka and Naomi who also make up Team Bad, now finally the two girls look set to shine alone.
IS SASHA FINALLY ALLOWED TO SHINE?
There have been rumours circulating that Vince McMahon isn't Sasha's biggest fan. The popular diva has already won over the WWE Universe since she was brought up to the main roster back in August, but has she finally won over The Boss?
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Team BAD have been missing from WWE TV more than a few times recently without explanation and it looked like WWE had given up on the idea of the divas stables. So far Team Bella are the only team who haven't been portrayed to have a rift in their group after WWE showed that the "We want Sasha" chants were getting to her teammate Naomi.
This has not been delved into yet because WWE is instead sending Team BAD after Natalya, but it could be explored in the future, and it gives the hope that Sasha could have a continuing storyline at some point.
DOES SASHA HAVE SOMETHING TO PROVE?
Sasha is a former NXT Women's Champion, she has already proved herself on NXT, not only does she have a stand out match against Becky Lynch on her resume but she made history last month when she was in the first ever IronWoman match and even though she didn't win, she put up a fantastic fight.
NXT is very different to the main roster, though, Full Sail accepts talent that is very much wrestling based. The main roster is more selective of the talents that they accept and that could be the reason Vince doesn't want to use Sasha as much.
Sasha is the full package, she can wrestle, she has a fantastic character and she is able to talk on the mic, so there shouldn't be anything holding her back. Hopefully, she proves that this Sunday when she takes on Natalya.
Both women are technically gifted wrestlers and they will put on a clinic on Sunday night, this will prove to anyone who is currently doubting the Bostonian that if her previous two pay-per-view matches are anything to go by, she will once again blow the WWE Universe away.