Next week, Sasha Banks will have a title match at the Royal Rumble. Despite her recent strong booking though, she could be looking for a way out of WWE.
Banks will face off against Ronda Rousey at the Royal Rumble next week for the Raw Women's Championship. However, despite her recent booking, she's unlikely to win the match.
Recently though, there have been many reports suggesting several current WWE superstars are unhappy with their booking in the company, and now The Boss could be one of them.
So far, reports have stated The Revival, and Mike and Maria Kanellis have requested their releases from their WWE contracts, but they have all been denied.
Scott Dawson of The Revival sent out a cryptic tweet this past weekend which many fans believe he's talking about being denied his release from WWE, as he said: "Don’t matter where we go, we’re stealing the show. #FTR"
The tweet was initially prompted by the four-time Raw Women's Champion herself, as she praised the tag team. She has since replied to their tweet with a GIF that said 'Take me with you.'
You have to take what Banks has said with a grain of salt, but many WWE fans now believe she wants to leave the company too.
Speaking on a recent edition of Wrestling Observer Radio, via Ringside News, Dave Meltzer reported that The Boss could be looking to leave the WWE as well.
He said: “Yeah, well Sasha’s another one. I mean here’s the thing. WWE even though they have endless hours of television, they really do have a lot of people on the roster and everyone’s good.”
Banks is unlikely to win her Raw Women's title match against Rousey at the Royal Rumble next week as WWE will be looking to book Rowdy strong ahead of her expected WrestleMania main event clash against Becky Lynch and Charlotte Flair later this year.
However, The Boss should still be involved in a title picture, as she's expected to tag team with Bayley to go after the Women's Tag Team Championship at Elimination Chamber next month.
For now, due to this promising booking, it doesn't look like Banks is going to be leaving WWE anytime soon.
Whether or not this kind of booking will continue throughout 2019 to keep her in the company though remains to be seen.News Now - Sport News