Sasha Banks and WWE are reportedly at a stalemate over her future

Sasha Banks

Sasha Banks is one of the most talented females to ever step foot inside a WWE ring, winning various titles in the process.

It seems as though she's become unhappy with life in WWE though as of recent times.

Banks and her tag team partner Bayley were booked to lose their WWE Women's Tag Team Championships to The IIconics at WrestleMania, less than two months after winning them.

Reports circulated that Banks and Bayley showed their contempt at the decision by laying on the floor of the locker room after the match.

And they took their protests back to the superstar hotel where they were apparently very vocal in their opinion of what had transpired.

The following day she cancelled a talk-show appearance and no-showed Raw, with commentary on the show stating that she had 'quit', although that may have simply been for storyline purposes.

Sasha Banks failed to show for Raw last week after herself and Bayley lost the Women's tag titles at WrestleMania

And losing her best friend and travel partner Bayley to SmackDown will have only compounded her misery.

Long-term frustrations had seemingly got the better of Banks, but WWE were looking to compromise with her - however it doesn't look likely at all from the latest updates.

Per Cageside Seats, Dave Meltzer has reported on Wrestling Observer Radio that the situation between Banks and WWE remains unchanged.

"They are right now at a stalemate and the word - of course, you know how this goes - but the word is that if she wants to sit out the rest of her contract, she can sit out the rest of her contract," Meltzer stated.

Dave Meltzer has noted that it's difficult to get out of a WWE contract, and they're unlikely to want to let go of Sasha so easily

"Of course, if you know what that means - that means she’s going to be sitting out forever. Because they’re going to add time for her not working so... these contracts are very, very difficult.”

If you cast your minds back a few years, WWE did the exact same when Neville wanted to depart.

The former Cruiserweight Champion had to wait until his contract expired until he could move on, and that's likely to be the same for Banks if she decides she's definitely done.

The length of her deal is not known but you'd imagine a hot commodity like Banks is tied-down for at least a few years.

We have definitely not heard the last of this story though.

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