At San Diego Comic-Con International, Charlotte and Sasha Banks discuss the importance and meaning of Mattel's new WWE Superstar fashion dolls.07/21/2017 - 14:45
At San Diego Comic-Con International 2017, Sasha Banks and Bayley use their new Mattel WWE Superstar dolls to simulate their upcoming match on Raw.07/20/2017 - 19:45
Sasha Banks reveals which Superstar she impersonated during her first WWE photoshoot and looks back on her journey to becoming The Boss in the digital series "WWE Then & Now."07/18/2017 - 16:30
While promoting WWE Live's upcoming shows in Australia and New Zealand this September, The Boss checks out the kangaroos, koalas and kookaburras inhabiting the Royal Melbourne Zoological Gardens.07/19/2017 - 16:30
While in Melbourne promoting WWE's Live Events in Australia this September, The Boss visits the Holden Centre and practices her Australian rules football skills with Collingwood Football Club star Moana Hope.07/17/2017 - 19:45
Relive The Boss' solo victory against Raw Women's Champion Alexa Bliss and her imposing ally Nia Jax on the July 3, 2017, edition of Raw.07/05/2017 - 12:00
Sasha Banks: Bio
Some people are born Bosses. Others have Bossness thrust upon them. Sasha Banks is the former, although she didn’t always know it.
An independent wrestler out of Boston, Banks worked her way through various promotions before finally getting a foot in the door in WWE NXT. Eventually, the quiet but talented young woman found her voice and realized that, well, she kind of ruled. The Boss was born. Since then, Banks hasn’t looked back for a second, though she turned plenty of heads throughout her astounding rise to dominance within NXT’s ultra-competitive women’s division.
As one of Full Sail’s “Four Horsewomen,” Banks helped usher in a new era of competition that would eventually make its way to WWE’s main roster. Joining up with Naomi and Tamina to form Team B.A.D., Sasha honed her skills by taking on some of the most talented Superstars WWE has to offer, from Becky Lynch to Nikki Bella. As if cult-hero status wasn’t enough — no matter her alignment, “We Want Sasha!” chants are a given — she’s already made history only a few years into her young career, winning multiple titles and taking part in the first-ever women’s WWE Iron Man and Hell in a Cell Matches.
So, yeah. Sasha’s a Boss, and only further Bossness awaits.