Sasha Banks returned to WWE last month, after leaving on a hiatus for close to six months. The Boss made her return on the post-SummerSlam episode and immediately turned heel, going after Becky Lynch.
Banks was rumored to have differences with backstage officials including Vince McMahon, but it seems like those rumors were completely false. Banks recently revealed that her break was due to her needing a mental break from wrestling.
Banks spoke to Cool Greg of We Have Cool Friends on YouTube and talked about her return, a new contract with WWE and her relationship with WWE Chairman, Vince McMahon.
The four-time RAW Women’s Champion said that her relationship with Vince McMahon is quite solid, and the chairman of WWE has made special arrangements for her return. Banks says that she jokes around with Vince and he sent a private jet for her. Vince also arranged a special bus for Banks to travel in.
“Since I came back, he gave me a really good contract. “We have this great relationship, because, you know, we talk money. He wants me to make him cool so I’m just helping him with his jokes, we’ll text jokes to each other every single day. He sends me a private jet. He gave me my own bus. I’m just so blessed. I’m probably the first-ever woman to have her own bus.”
Banks says that she wants to achieve more things in her life, and she doesn’t want to settle with whatever she has currently. She has achieved several things in her professional career and even became friends with the most complicated personality in wrestling, Vince McMahon.
“For me getting older, I just have to have more dreams and focus on more things like making money, signing millions, getting my own private jet and bus, and becoming best friends with him (McMahon). Those are my goals of being 27 and going towards 28, I just need to keep a positive and healthy mind. We only have one life to live, so I have to live it to the fullest.”
Sasha Banks will compete for the RAW Women’s Championship inside a Hell in a Cell this Sunday against her former friend, Becky Lynch.