It has been reported that former Women’s Champion Sasha Banks tried to quit WWE over WrestleMania weekend after learning that she and her tag team partner Bayley would be dropping their WWE Women’s Tag Team Championships to the IIconics.
Ryan Satin’s sources have confirmed that after learning that they would be losing their Women’s Tag Team Championships, Banks and Bayley were seen laying on the floor of the MetLife Stadium locker room “loudly making it known they were unhappy” about dropping their titles. He also adds that the duo did the same in one of their hotel rooms after the show.
Heard from a few sources now saying Sasha Banks and Bayley were laying on the floor of the locker room on Sunday, and back at the hotel in front of one of their rooms, loudly making it known they were unhappy about losing the tag titles.
— Ryan Satin (@ryansatin) April 12, 2019
This comes after Sasha Banks’ husband, who works for WWE as a costume designer, posted an interesting statement on social media about his wife’s current situation.
“In life, there comes a point in time where passion and pleasure intersect with business and finances. Where the smart choice completely contradicts the right one. And when that time comes, some people will understand, but most people won’t. They’ll talk about you. They’ll question whether you made a mistake. They’ll cry because they miss you. They’ll laugh and say good riddance. But at the end of the day, your choices are your own. They’re not for anyone to understand except yourself. Life will become difficult. The roads you travel may get rockier. Believe in yourself. Believe in your dreams and what they mean to you. And as long as you stay true to who you are, and why you make the choices you make, then they will always be the right ones.”
Banks’ husband is not the only one who has seemingly given his thoughts on the situation. Fellow WWE star Rusev has taken to Twitter, to dubb to Sasha the “botch master”, adding that she should “be gone”.
Botch Master is unhappy! Be gone
— All Might Big Rüs (@RusevBUL) April 12, 2019