Sasha Banks details the differences between her relationships with Triple H & Vince McMahon

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Sasha Banks is now one of the very top female stars in the WWE and in her short 18 months on the main roster, she has accomplished a lot.

As a two-time WWE Women's champion, she has also broken new ground alongside her long-time rival, Charlotte.

The Boss and Ric Flair's daughter have main evented a pay-per-view and fought inside the Hell in a Cell structure, two things women had never done before in the WWE.

As such a valuable asset to the company, one would think she has a pretty strong relationship with the big boss himself, Vince McMahon.

However, speaking on Sam Roberts' Wrestling Podcast, that doesn't appear to be the case.

Banks discussed the difference in her relationships with Triple H and McMahon and there appears to be quite the contrast.

"Hunter's Papa, so [McMahon] must be Granddaddy. I don't really get to talk to him too often because I am honestly very scared of him. I am honestly really scared of him. But when he walks by, I try to be cool. Yeah, 'hello, how are you, sir?' He's like, 'hello, yeah.' I'm like, 'we're good, right?'"

"It's mostly just Papa Hunter that I talk to. I've known him since NXT. He [has] seen me since the beginning when I was a nobody, so he's my go-to guy if I ever need help or questions. Yeah, he's the man."

If anything, this just confirms what a lot of fans thought. Triple H is very hands on with the NXT call-ups and, especially, the women.

The Game has done tremendous things in growing the NXT brand and women's wrestling, so the current backstage dynamic appears to be working just fine.

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