Sasha Banks posts cryptic tweet immediately after WWE Extreme Rules 2022 match
Sasha Banks left fans to speculate after sending a cryptic message during tonight’s WWE Extreme Rules PLE.
It’s been about five months since Sasha Banks and Naomi left RAW in one of the most controversial professional wrestling incidents of the year. Ever since Triple H took over as creative helm in WWE, there has been massive speculation about Banks’ big return to the business.
During tonight’s WWE Extreme Rules, Banks took to Twitter to share a cryptic message with her fans. Interestingly, Banks shared the tweet right after Ronda Rousey defeated Liv Morgan to win the SmackDown Women’s Title.
Check out the tweet below:
How did fans react to Sasha Banks’ cryptic tweet?
For those unaware, the lyrics Banks posted on Twitter belong to a song called “Saint” by Blood Orange and Dev Hynes.
Banks’ tweet elicited several responses from fans who didn’t seem thrilled that Ronda would win the SmackDown Women’s Title again.
Check out some of the reactions below:
Sasha Banks and Ronda Ronda Rousey aren’t exactly strangers. They faced each other on several occasions during the latter’s first WWE run in 2018-19. Their biggest match was at the 2019 Royal Rumble, where Rousey defeated Banks to retain her RAW Women’s Title.
According to reports, Banks was set to face Ronda Rousey and The Boss didn’t seem thrilled with the idea, which resulted in her exit:
“Although for legal reasons Banks and Naomi did not speak, they made sure to get their message across on Twitter through an intermediary and denied having any issues working with any of the six women,” Meltzer wrote. “It appears WWE’s statement actually meant Belair and Rousey, but that was misleading.”
Banks is sure to get a huge pop if/when she makes her long-awaited return to WWE TV. If she ends up making a comeback, she could most likely target Rousey on the Blue brand, judging by the timing of her tweet.
What do you think? Will Banks take on Ronda Rousey if she returns to WWE?
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