Sasha Banks dismisses reports that she has quit WWE


Sasha Banks hasn't been seen in the WWE since WrestleMania 35, and there are reports out there that have suggested she has quit the company.

The Boss' last match for the WWE was at the Showcase of Immortals when she and Bayley lost the Women's Tag Team Championship to The IIconics.

According to reports, Banks was unhappy with WWE for taking the title off her so soon into her reign, and she has taken a hiatus from the company as a result.

Some reports have even suggested that the four-time Raw Women's Champion has quit the WWE, and that she plans to sit out the remainder of her WWE contract, no matter how much time remains.

Banks, however, has shot down those reports.

In the process, The Boss even used a Spongebob meme to emphasize just how ridiculous the reports of her quitting WWE are.

While Banks has made it clear that she hasn't left the WWE, it's currently unclear as to when she will return to the company. She didn't travel to Europe with the Raw roster despite being listed internally for the European tour.

She was originally planned to be in the women's Money in the Bank ladder match at Money in the Bank this weekend, but her recent absence meant WWE had to replace her with Dana Brooke.

The women's Money in the Bank ladder match was supposed to consist of Banks, Alexa Bliss, Natalya, Naomi, Carmella, Mandy Rose, Bayley, and Ember Moon before The Boss decided to take some time away from WWE.


However, a spot in the match has opened up for Banks as WWE announced today that Bliss hasn't been cleared for the event due to a concussion.

While Nikki Cross is the current favourite to replace The Goddess in the match after covering her on Monday Night Raw this week, The Boss could be a replacement option for WWE as well if she is ready to return.

However, Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer has ruled this possibility out.

Whether Banks returns to WWE at Money in the Bank or not, fans will be hoping that she's back wrestling inside the squared circle sooner rather than later.

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