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“I really know 100% that I am the greatest wrestler of all time” – SmackDown Wrestler

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• “I really know 100% that I am the greatest wrestler of all time” – SmackDown Wrestler

During a recent interview with Variety, SmackDown Women’s Champion “The Boss” Sasha Banks talked about the current state of WWE.

Below are the highlights:

On her current WWE run:

“It feels so much different this time around. I feel like ever since I came back from my little break where I really just tried to find my passion again, my wrestling has just been *mwah* chef’s kiss.

I mean, I’ve always been great, amazing. But the seasonings that I’ve been adding in 2020 have just been tasting so freakin’ good that I just cannot stop and I cannot wait to do more.

Being the SmackDown Women’s Champion, that means I am completely the best. I always say ‘I’m the best.’ I really know 100% that I am the greatest wrestler of all time, but I have so many new competitors.

I look forward to facing so many new faces, so many new matchups, and it really lets me go to sleep dreaming of excitement for every Friday night knowing what I’m going to have.”

On the current state of WWE:

“I think it’s so incredible to see how much hope WWE brings the world and how much that we can just go entertain through these trying times.

It brings me hope and it brings me joy, knowing that I can go into work and legit live my dream and put smiles on people’s faces, and to have the talent and the brotherhood and the sisterhood of my peers. It’s so awesome. I love it.

I am so thankful for wrestling for giving me a sole purpose and a joy in life. Just to spread happiness and smiles around the world because there’s nothing else I rather be doing at this time right now than, you know, bumping my a$$ off. But I love it so, so much. I think it’s such a special place where you can create so much magic.”

On her match with RAW Women’s Champion Asuka this Sunday at Survivor Series 2020:

“Asuka is, if not one of the best, the best competitor in our division. And she is a legend in Japan. She is one of the longest-reigning champions in our company. We have thrown it down in the past, but I feel like every single day, we want to get better in every single way. We want to do the best.

And now that we represent our own brands, and being the champions, we’re really just going to go there Sunday and prove who is the best of the best. SmackDown is Team Blue. That’s why my hair is blue. That’s why I’m the Blueprint. That’s why I’m really the greatest. I have to show her that I’m the best at everything. She is great. But I’m greater.”

WATCH: Sasha Banks’ Fabulous Entrance:

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• ON THIS DAY IN WWF HISTORY (November 18, 1995) – WWF Superstars

On this day in 1995, the World Wrestling Federation aired an episode of their weekly TV show ‘WWF Superstars’.

This episode was pre-taped at the Agridome in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada and featured matches & storyline segments on the road to the ‘WWF Survivor Series 1995’ PPV.

Here’s the card:

– Davey Boy Smith vs. Roy Raymond

– Hakushi vs. Brian Walsh

– Dean Douglas vs. Tim McNeany

– Goldust vs. Bob Holly

– Ahmed Johnson vs. Scott D’Amore

        
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