Bayles discusses her least favorite thing about Sasha Banks

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Bayles discusses her least favorite thing about Sasha Banks

In WWE, Bayley held once the NXT Women's Championship, once the Raw Women's Championship, twice the SmackDown Women's Championship and twice the Women's Tag Team Championship (with Sasha Banks). Her second reign with the SmackDown Women's Championship, which lasted 292 days (from 11 October 2019 to today), is the longest in the history of the title.

Prior to her WWE career, she wrestled on the independent circuit under the ring name Davina Rose. She signed with WWE in 2012 and was assigned to the NXT brand, where she was a one-time NXT Women's Champion. She debuted on the main roster in 2016, and went on to become a one-time WWE Raw Women's Champion, one-half of the inaugural WWE Women's Tag Team Champions as part of The Boss 'n' Hug Connection (with Sasha Banks), and a two-time SmackDown Women's Champion.

In addition, she won the women's Money in the Bank ladder match in 2019. In an interview with Bleacher Report, Bayley discussed her least favorite thing about Sasha Banks.

Bayley on Sasha Banks

“Even though it’s Raw, I would love to have Liv Morgan come over.

I don’t know how many times I have to say Liv Morgan and have her come to SmackDown. Mandy Rose and Sonya would be awesome. Even anyone in the NXT crowd. We’ve got the NXT crowd out there. Some of the girls watching us every week, I’d love to welcome them into the ring just to keep my skills sharp.

I’ve never won a Royal Rumble match. I would love to main-event WrestleMania. Sasha and I haven’t had as many tag title matches as we’d like to have. I would love to have the tag titles represented on WrestleMania or SummerSlam as one of the marquee matches.

I’d like to build up those tag titles because I think they’re going to be very important, now and in the future, for women coming in. Honestly, I want to just keep getting better and better and be one of the top stars in WWE as the years go on" - Bayley said.

On her friendship with Sasha Banks, she added: “She inspires me and pushes me to be better professionally. She’s always constantly trying to reinvent herself and constantly trying to have the best match, which makes me want to have a better match or just as good.

We always want to give 110 percent. If I’m not feeling well or feeling like crap, she’s there to lift me up. It’s great to have your best friend by your side. Taking wrestling out, we’re able to talk to each other about our lives and stuff like that”.