One of the most anticipated matches of the last episode of Monday Night Raw which took place last night and ended only a few hours ago, involved once again the female tag team champion Sasha Banks and the Japanese Asuka, who after the controversial final of their match Extreme Rules were included by Stephanie McMahon in a new match titled for the Raw Women's Championship in the latter episode of the WWE flag show.
The dispute obviously attracted the attention of all fans of the WWE Universe, who commented and made themselves part of the match from home, on all the various social networks, making their voice heard at WWE, both among those who remained happy with the choice of the federation both by those who did not appreciate the dispute.
Sasha Banks wins Women's Championship
Although the new champion received threats shortly before during the event, by Nia Jax and Shayna Baszler, who entered the title race for Summerslam, the best in the title match of Raw was the WWE boss, who managed to defeat Asuka in a truly intelligent way in the same subtle way.
During the match valid for the final assignment of the title contested between the two athletes, Bayley was obviously fundamental as usual for the victory of her friend Sasha, with the Smackdown champion who went to attack Asuka's friend, Kairi Sane, in the backstage of the Performance Center, with Asuka who was so distracted by the images proposed on the titantron of the arena and with Sasha Banks who thus consolidated her victory by counting out.
Recall that the match in question had the special stipulation wanted by the daughter of Vince McMahon, with whom anyone who had been disqualified or counted out, would still have lost the title, with Sasha Banks who was so cleverly able to put out of the game the Japanese Asuka, without even using force in the first person.
Sasha Banks and Bayley have dominated the women's division in recent months. They co-hold the WWE Women's Tag Team Championships and Bayley owns the SmackDown Women's Championship, making the Raw women's title the missing piece to the puzzle.
Sasha Banks and Bayley's plan to hold all the gold finally came to fruition Monday, and it begs the question of whether anyone will be able to knock them from their pedestal in the near future. In 2016, Sasha and Charlotte Flair became the first women to headline a WWE pay-per-view event and the first to compete in a Hell in a Cell match (both at Hell in a Cell in October 2016), the first women to main event Raw in a women's match since 2004 and the first women to win the Pro Wrestling Illustrated award for Feud of the Year.
In February 2019, she won the inaugural WWE Women's Tag Team Championship with her tag team partner, Bayley (together known as The Boss 'n' Hug Connection), at the Elimination Chamber pay-per-view.