She might only be in the prime of her career, but Sasha Banks wants her Hall of Fame induction and ring next year in Dallas.
Banks has had one of the most decorated and storied careers for a female in the WWE, much of it historic. Sasha has been part of several firsts for women in history, including being in the first ever women’s Royal Rumble, in addition to the first women’s Hell In a Cell match, the first ever women’s Iron Man match in NXT, one half of the first WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions, and she’s a Grand Slam winner. There’s very few things left for Sasha to do, and while speaking with The Root before WrestleMania, she believes she should now become the youngest Hall of Fame inductee.
“The next thing I want to do is go into my rightful place in the [WWE] Hall of Fame next year. I feel like I earned that, I deserved that, and why not accomplish that goal? Next year I’ll be 30, so I’ll be the youngest.”
It’s hard to argue her credentials, and if she manages to retain her title against Bianca Belair at WrestleMania, there may be no choice but to debate whether her request is valid.
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