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“I Still Love Him” – Sasha Banks Has A Crush On Top WWE Star

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• “I Still Love Him” – Sasha Banks Has A Crush On Top WWE Star

During an interview with TRL in 2018, former WWE Women’s Champion Sasha Banks was asked if she ever had a crush on any WWE Superstar.

“The Boss” went on to pick former WWE Champion “The Celtic Warrior” Sheamus:

“I don’t want to admit this! Sheamus from WWE – when I was a child! When I was little! I know! I thought he was cute… I still love him, I still love him.”

Sasha (age 30) got married to Sarath Ton in 2016, while Sheamus (age 44) got married to Isabella Revilla in 2022.

Also Read: Sasha Banks Is Now The Highest Paid Wrestler In NJPW, Getting Paid More Than Chris Jericho

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• Old School WWF Legend Celebrates His Birthday

Old School WWF Legend “Stone Cold” Steve Austin (Real name: Steven James Williams) celebrates his 58th birthday today.

He joined Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling in 1991 as “Stunning” Steve Austin and stayed with the promotion till he was fired by WCW president Eric Bischoff in 1995.

After a short stint in Paul Heyman’s Extreme championship Wrestling, Austin joined the World Wrestling Federation in late 1995 as ‘The Ringmaster’, managed by WWF Legend “The Million Dollar Man” Ted DiBiase and given the Million Dollar Championship.

He soon became known as “Stone Cold” and Dibiase left for WCW, which gave Austin a chance to talk and do promos himself, which leveled the way to the famous “Austin 3:16” promo during the coronation ceremony, after he won the King of the Ring 1996 tournament.

A Legend was born and Austin went on the have legendary battles with Bret “The Hitman” Hart, Shawn Michaels and many others, winning the WWF World Title in the process, but nothing made him more famous than the legendary feud against the evil heel promoter Mr. McMahon, which arguably played a major part in the WWF winning back the weekly TV-Rating war from WCW, after losing for 83 weeks in a row.

While the official numbers show without a shadow of a doubt, that Hulk Hogan was the single greatest long-term draw in professional wrestling history, Steve Austin was clearly by far the biggest short-term draw (most drawing power in just a couple of years) of all time.

In 2009, he was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame by his long-time rival, WWF/E promoter Vince McMahon.

After originally retiring in 2003, Austin returned for one final match in 2022, when he defeated Kevin Owens in the main event of WrestleMania 38 – Night 1.


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