WWE Rumors 2016: Sasha Banks Converting To Heel, Showdown With Bayley At Wrestlemania 33?
Former WWE women’s champion Sasha Banks is currently making another run for the title and she gets a chance on the Nov. 28 edition of WWE Raw. She teamed up with Bayley last time out, locking Charlotte with the “Bank Statement”, something that could happen next week in Charlotte.
A title change could happen but in the event of another loss, Sasha Banks could be eased out of the picture. Bayley could get her shot, but don’t expect Banks to vanish that easily. “The Boss” could still stick around, aiding Bayley in the same way that Dana Brooke is aiding the WWE Raw Women’s champion.
That said, it will be interesting if Bayley will be successfully in prying the title away from Charlotte. If so, where does that leave Banks?
It could be one of two ways. One is that Bayley wins the title and gets backstabbed by Sasha Banks. The other is Bayley falling short with Banks playing a role in costing Bayley the opportunity. It could end up in mayhem but it does set the stage for a heel-turn dished by Cageside Seats.
With or without the title, it could end up being a Banks vs. Bayley setto all the way to Wrestlemania 33 – with or without the belt on the line, Bleacher Report reported. But where does this leave Charlotte?
Apparently, this storyline involves Charlotte as well unless a cross-brand match is booked for the WWE extravaganza in April 2017. A champion vs. champion could happen at Wrestlemania 33 unless Charlotte issues an open challenge to anyone from the SmackDown roster.
For now, the scenario for the WWE women’s division is all mixed up so it will depend on what goes down in the coming shows. This coming Monday could be a sign of things to come so make sure to see what goes down when Banks takes another shot at Charlotte’s Women’s title.
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