In the last few days we have done nothing but talk about Sasha Banks and Naomi, who left the backstage of the company during the last tapings of Monday Night Raw two weeks ago, leaving the federation without the main event and also leaving their own belts on the desk of the director of talent relations: John Laurinaitis.
After having had a long confrontation with the management, the two wrestlers seem to have left the arena after taking their bags even as, in the meantime, the WWE red show had already started and where the main had also been advertised.
event of the episode in which Sasha and Naomi would have had to take part together with four other contenders, to decree the new n°1 contender for the women's title of the red show. Apparently, at the moment the WWE's said to have done everything possible to deviate attention from the two athletes, including deleting their Facebook pages and their references from the site, with the two not even being longer included even in the storylines of the federation, and have been indeed suspended for undetermined time because of the action.
Big Show also analyzes the situation regarding Sasha Banks and Naomi
After two weeks of what happened backstage of the company with the tag team champions, even the former WWE star Big Show, who's since returned to perform as Paul Wight (his real name) in AEW, wanted to have his say on the situation.
He said, "For me to speculate on this thing would be absurd because I don't know it. I haven't talked to Naomi, I haven't even talked to Mercedes. I think every talent... fans forget it, there are keywords that are used every time, there are opportunities and all these different things, but it's all part of the business.
We all love it and we all have a passion for this business, but sometimes important decisions have to be made in this business. Sometimes talents firmly believe in something they have and take a stand. I have never been pushed into a position where I felt I had to make a decision.
My attitude has always been very different in wrestling. I signed a contract, they pay me to do this. Anything they ask me to do... There has never been a time when I worried about my character. I've been hit with the worst things in recent years.
I've really sold everything to these people, I've done a lot for these people. Everyone has an opinion. I've always approached this business and I've never forgotten the golden rule, which is entertainment, it's not real, it doesn't matter."