How do you make Sasha Banks’s WrestleMania debut feel even
more important? You announce that she’ll be competing for a brand new Women’s
Championship, and you get her cousin Snoop Dogg to accompany her to the ring.
Anticipation was high for this bout, and it didn’t disappoint, nor did its
respective entrances, which made each woman involved feel like a main
event-worthy superstar. Not ‘Divas’.
Sasha’s TakeOver: Brooklyn entrance (which she repeated at
Hell In A Cell) arguably hammers home her ‘Boss’ gimmick more effectively, but
being rapped to the ring by a newly minted Hall of Famer will make you feel,
and seem worth, a million dollars.
In one bold move, WWE created a bonafide female mega-star: ‘She’s
a Legit Boss, but y’all knew that’.
Liam is a writer and cranberry juice drinker from Lincolnshire. When he's not wearing his eyes away in front of a computer, he plays the melodica for a semi wrestling-themed folk-punk band called School Trips.