Former women’s champ Sasha Banks says the ladies “killed it” at Money in the Bank — and in her opinion, they outshined the men’s match.
Sasha made the comments during an interview with Brian Campbell of CBS Sports on the “In This Corner” podcast and said, “It was such a dream come true to be in a ladder match.”
“It’s so crazy growing up watching Shawn Michaels and Razor Ramon, and now I’m here doing it. Exactly what they were doing,” she continued. “I thought the women killed it and I thought we did better than the guys. I can’t wait for next year. Hopefully I get the briefcase next year.”
During the interview, Campbell asked Banks whether she’s been underused and underrated over the last year. “Of course. I feel like I go out there every single week and give it 110-percent,” Sasha responded. “Most recently, I talked to one of my good friends, Mark Sherman, and he told me ‘as long as you work hard, you can’t be unhappy with yourself’ and that’s what I do every single week. Whether they want to push me or not, I’m always going to give it 110-percent.”
When Campbell asked if the lack of push can cause frustration, Banks was quick to take the high road.
“I’m honestly living my dream every single day, so there’s not a lot that I can be mad at,” she said.
Listen to the full interview below, beginning at the 1:16 mark.