Sasha Banks Begins Rap Career, Seth Rollins Gets WWE 365 Documentary, Mark Henry’s Son Wins First Wrestling Match

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Sasha Banks Begins Rap Career

Sasha Banks was absent from the latest episode of WWE SmackDown and, at least storyline-wise, its because she is recording a rap album.

Banks’ absence and her burgeoning rap career were referenced by both her best friend Bayley and commentator Michael Cole. Both said Banks was not present because she was recording a rap album.

Banks is a cousin of rap legend and WWE Celebrity Hall of Famer Snoop Dog, who has been quite supportive of her endeavors. He even rapped her down to the ring during WrestleMania 32. So it’s quite likely that she could be recording songs with him for the aforementioned album.

Current SmackDown Women’s Champ Bayley is adding fuel to that speculation by Tweeting out that she wants to have a guest track.

Seth Rollin’s Announces New Documentary

Former WWE Champion Seth Rollins announced on Twitter that he will have a new documentary coming out this month.

There will be a new WWE 365 documentary about Rollins that will be released on the WWE Network on December 22, Sunday, at 8PM ET. Rollins announced the documentary in a Tweet, stating that: The time frame of this couldn’t have been any more interesting. A lot can change in year.

Rollins is likely referencing his latest storyline turn, from starting the year as a babyface to becoming the leader of what looks to be a new heel faction with the AOP.

The WWE 365 documentaries typically follow a superstar through a year, documenting their ups and downs. Previous superstars who participated were Kevin Owens, Alexa Bliss, and AJ Styles.

Mark Henry Tweets About His Son Winning First Wrestling Match

Before Mark Henry was a WWE Hall of Famer, he was an Olympian, competing in powerlifting. Now, it looks like his son might be aiming to follow in his footsteps.

Henry just tweeted that his son Jacob had just gotten his first win as an amateur wrestler. Jacob pinned his opponent in one minute.

Jacob, who is thirteen, is quite the athlete, as is his eight-year-old sister Joanna. Henry told TMZ back in July of last year that they both qualified for the Junior Olympics. Jacob in shot-put and discus and Joanna in track.