“The Boss” Sasha Banks has had an incredible career in WWE so far. From her humble beginning in NXT to becoming a 4-time RAW Women’s Champion, Banks’ accomplishments in WWE speak for the record.
It’s no secret that Banks is hands-down one of the best wrestlers the Women’s Division in WWE and all of professional wrestling has ever seen. A former NXT Champion, Sasha is considered to be one of the four horsewomen of WWE along with Charlotte Flair, Becky Lynch and Bayley.
The Boss is one of the most notable icons to spearhead the Women’s Revolution in WWE and putting up historic first-ever kind of matches with 6-time Women’s Champion and former Divas Champion Charlotte.
Despite the huge competition and legacy left by the females of the past, Banks claims herself to be the greatest female wrestler in all of WWE.
In a recent interview with Sky Sports ahead of Evolution, WWE’s inaugural all women’s pay-per-view event, Banks was asked about an old documentary that featured her. During the documentary, The Boss had revealed that at 10 years of age, she wanted to be the best women’s wrestler to ever walk this planet.
On being asked whether a female wrestler could be the best wrestler, Banks replied,
“I’m living proof. I am. I’m the greatest women’s wrestler this company’s ever seen and it’s gonna take someone with a lot of hard work, a lot of dedication, and passion to beat me, period.”
BIG STATEMENT FROM THE BOSS!
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— Sky Sports WWE (@SkySportsWWE) October 28, 2018
At Evolution that took place last night, Banks teamed up with best friend Bayley and veteran Natalya to defeat The Riott Squad in 6-Women Tag Team action. The Boss finished things off in style by delivering a stunning Frogsplash on Liv Morgan to secure the victory via pinfall.