Sasha Banks talks about Ronda Rousey



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Sasha Banks talks about Ronda Rousey

Interviewed by Kurt Angle on his Kurt Angle Show, Sasha Banks revealed some aspects that didn't please her with the arrival of Ronda Rousey in WWE, which immediately attracted everyone's attention. "I can only speak for myself.

There might be some tension, I don't know about the actual heat," Banks said when she was asked the question about the WWE Four Horsewomen vs. feud. MMA Four Horsewomen. “I was pissed that Ronda Rousey could come in, have more money than me, have a better locker room than me, and take all these people behind the scenes and have more time than me.

I was like, 'Sorry? Who are you and what do you do? ' In addition to respecting everything she has done in the UFC and in the world of fighting when it comes to the square, that is my home. That's where the Legit Boss is, not Ronda Rousey.

There could be a lot of tension from the other three, I don't know. I don't even know why they call themselves the Four Horsewomen. 'Thank you so much for being a fan, but that's our trademark,' according to Ric Flair."

Sasha didn't even hold back for a possible rematch: "I loved our match at Royal Rumble. I like the challenge of having a match against someone who doesn't have a professional wrestler background […] It was great working with her and I'd like to have another match with her."

Sasha Banks reflects on Ronda Rousey

During their feud, Sasha Banks once even looked Ronda Rousey straight in the eyes before making a four with her hand, a sign that she, Bayley, Charlotte Flair and Becky Lynch always do just to symbolize a sable never practiced, but that everyone we know it exists.

This obviously is a battle that is or is not there, but it is undeniable that those of the WWE are certainly more entitled to that name, also counting what they really did to revolutionize the world of women's wrestling, while on the other side, from that MMA, the only really relevant one was Ronda Rousey, followed by Shayna, while Marina Shafir and Jessamyn Duke failed on all fronts.

The Hall of Famer recently said she liked the idea of her going against Banks. The latter said she was best friends with Vince McMahon, unlike Trish Stratus, and willing to share The Chairman's number to book a match. "I'm so glad to hear that she is down.

I know she is booked and busy. I know that she is a mother, but Trish, again, whenever you are ready, give me a call. I am best friends with Vince; I know that you're not! (laughs) I have his number on speed dial. So, if you need it, you can give her my number. You can text me if you have it, slide into my DMs, I'll let him know."