Sasha Banks on Who From NXT Should Be Called Up Next


Sasha Banks recently sat down with Rappler magazine to promote WWE’s upcoming tour of Southeastern Asia. The next NXT call-ups and what her next goals are were among the topics discussed.

Below are some questions, along with “The Boss’” answers:

Which women (and wrestlers) from NXT do you think should be the next ones to be called up? And what should they do to stand out on the main roster?

Sasha Banks: I think the next woman that should be called up should be Peyton Royce – I think she’s an incredible wrestler, she has a heart of gold, and she trains really, really hard. I also love Billie Kay, and I think they’re doing a great job right now in NXT, being the iconic duo.

They kinda remind me of the BFFs: Charlotte, myself, and Summer Rae. They’re very entertaining, and I think if they just keep doing what they’re doing, and keep showing that they want to be the best. The possibilities for them on the main roster are endless.

Who else do I wanna see? Does it have to be a woman? I guess I can choose anyone, right?

Bobby Roode. I just watch that guy, and that guy looks like a star. He’s incredible. I’ve been to NXT TakeOver and saw his entrance live, and I’m just like, wow, this guy’s amazing. He’ll do glorious things on the main roster. I hope he gets called up very soon.

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What is next on your to-do list?

Sasha Banks: I’ve said this many times: I would love to main event a WrestleMania. I would love to be the first-ever woman Money in the “Banks” match [winner]. Get it, Banks, my last name? And just, you know, keep on breaking down these doors, and showing that we can do it just like the men every single week.

They also discussed her matches with Charlotte in 2016 and her recent trip to the Philippines.

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