Sasha Banks has often been viewed by members of the WWE Universe as one of the best female wrestlers on the current main roster.
Following her memorable time as part of WWE's developmental brand; NXT, Banks earned her call-up with ease but the company is yet to fully showcase her true potential.
The 24-year-old is undoubtedly worthy of the title of WWE Women's Champion, but it seems Vince McMahon is one of few people who does not believe this to be true.
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As Bleacher Report has noted, Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer newsletter explained that Vince McMahon has strong concerns about Banks' injury problems, stating:
"The bad part of this is [McMahon] has on several occasions said he believes Banks knows only one speed and that's all out, and even months ago was comparing her to Daniel Bryan, feeling she's injury-prone."
This is a very bold comparison for the CEO to make, especially considering Banks' WWE career is still in very early stages.
As the site also expressed, Banks confirmed that she suffered a concussion a few weeks ago when a referee accidentally kneed her in the head.
While a concussion must unquestionably be taken seriously, Banks' absence from WWE programming must not mean she is written off altogether.
The former NXT star is someone who clearly supports this notion as Wrestling Inc reported, it was during a Q&A session last month that she firmly denied any rumours of Vince McMahon branding her as injury prone.
Banks expressed that the unfortunate concussion which took place was not her fault as well as noting that it was her first injury.
Ultimately, Vince McMahon should be grateful that they have a young, fresh talent in Sasha Banks and as such should certainly see her future more positively.