• Sasha Banks Comments On Removing WWE From Her Social Media Handles
While there were reports circulating that Triple H & Stephanie McMahon have come to an agreement with Sasha Banks & Naomi for a return, Sasha recently teased a new career for herself.
During an interview on the Ahch-To Radio podcast, Sasha had the following to say about her future:
“There is so much that I’m creating right now. It’s all under an umbrella. I’m an actor, writer, producer, and extraordinaire entertainer. All within those realms, I’m doing something.
You just have to stay tuned. You have a microphone, that’s something big I want to do. Not podcasting, but music. I don’t know if that’s the number one next thing because acting…there are a lot of things coming up acting right now.
I’m really starting to focus my mind around music and the music realm and being kind of a director in that space of creating a musical video piece.”
Sasha has now removed WWE from her social media handles. She changed her username from @SashaBanksWWE to @MercedesVarnado, which is her real name.
Her Twitter bio now reads:
“Sasha Banks – WWE
Koska Reeves – The Mandalorian
She remembered who she was and the game changed.”
The Boss tweeted the following about changing her username:
“New handles same handler💰 💙”
During a recent interview with Ariel Helwani, Triple H said the following about WWE’s falling out with Sasha and the possibility of the former Women’s Champion returning to WWE:
“Time will tell. Communication breakdowns are terrible. There was a communication breakdown there [between Sasha Banks and WWE] for whatever reason.
Starting back up that communication, it’s not a difficult process but it can be a process.
She is an unbelievably talented young woman that can do just about anything she wants.
At the end of the day, it comes down to what she wants to do with her life and her career. It has to be right for her and right for everybody.
[She’s an] unbelievable performer that I believe in with everything I have that is one of the biggest stars in our business.”
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• ON THIS DAY IN WWF HISTORY (October 1, 2000) – WWF Sunday Night HEAT
On this day in 2000, the World Wrestling Federation aired an episode of their weekly TV show ‘WWF Sunday Night HEAT’.
It was broadcasted from the Pittsburgh Civic Arena in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and featured pre-taped matches, interviews & storyline segments on the road to the ‘WWF No Mercy 2000’ PPV.
The card can be found right here:
The Dudley Boyz vs. Right To Censor
WWF Light-Heavyweight Title Match: Dean Malenko (c) vs. Taka Michinoku
WWF Intercontinental Title Match: Eddie Guerrero (c) vs. The Road Dogg
William Regal vs. Crash Holly