Sasha Banks discusses her Hell in a Cell match with Bayley



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Sasha Banks discusses her Hell in a Cell match with Bayley

In WWE Sasha Banks has once held the NXT Women's Championship, five times the Raw Women's Championship, once the SmackDown Women's Championship and twice the Women's Tag Team Championship (with Bayley), of which she was the inaugural champion; she is, therefore, the fourth woman in the federation to have achieved the Triple Crown and the third to have achieved the Grand Slam.

Throughout her career, Sasha Banks took part in the first female main event of an NXT special show and fought in history's first female Iron Woman matches, Hell in a Cell matches, Royal Rumble matches and Elimination Chamber matches.

Sasha Banks was very satisfied with her Hell in a Cell match with Bayley, discussing it and a potential WrestleMania rematch in a new interview with Digital Spy.

Sasha Banks on her feud with Bayley

“For for any new fan watching, especially women, I think it’s so cool to see women do it better than the guys.

For my match to be so well-received and for fans to say that I had the match of the night… it’s just incredible to be a part of this Women’s Evolution where just non-stop fans talk about the women and how incredible that we do" - Sasha Banks explained.

On how her feud with Bayley played out, she added: “This whole storyline with Bayley, it was a long time coming and there were times in the past where we saw it stop and go, but in the long run we really had to have the fans see this long, long friendship which you don’t really get to see in the WWE too often.

Five years of this journey, of this friendship, growing and growing, and then Bayley turning on me… it’s been everything that I’ve ever wanted. I got really inspired by Trish Stratus and Mickie James – they had a year-long storyline when I was watching as a teenager.

That’s what I wanted growing up, I wanted a year-long storyline where you just were on the ride the whole time. So for us, it’s kind of like a revamp of that. But it’s really cool to see just the investment and time WWE has given to, not only myself and Bayley but all of the women in WWE.

It’s just been non-stop of this incredible momentum of women just taking over the company. I just want to have the most fun time that I can have in WWE, Whether that’s Bayley at WrestleMania, whether that’s Liv Morgan, whether that’s Ruby Riott – it could be anybody.

But, of course, to main event WrestleMania is still one of my biggest dreams and to do that with Bayley would be ultimately a dream come true”.