Speaking on Ahch-To Radio, Sasha Banks commented on her future in entertainment by saying: "There is so much I'm creating right now. It's all part of a big plan. I am an extraordinary actress, writer, producer and entertainer.
All in those fields, I'm doing something. You just have to stay tuned. Having a microphone is something great I want to do. Not podcasting, but music. I don't know if this is the number one thing after, why acting, there is a lot of things coming up about acting right now.
I'm really starting to focus my mind around music and the realm of music and being a sort of director in that space where I can create a piece of music vide." Wrestling fans have not seen The Legit Boss on television since the May 13 episode of WWE SmackDown.
A few days later, on Raw, Banks was supposed to compete in a match to decree the number one contender at the WWE Raw Women's Championship, but she left after a fight with Vince McMahon shortly before airing, along with Naomi, who at that time she was her tag team partner and along with her WWE Women's Tag Team Champion.
WWE protects Sasha Banks
During the episode of Raw in the week of Clash At The Castle, there was a detail that caught the attention of fans on social networks. In fact, a ringside fan had a billboard that read: "We want Naomi, not Botcha Banks," a somewhat accusatory phrase against one of the wrestlers who most ever contributed to writing important pieces of history in WWE.
This not particularly nice message towards the former women's champion apparently was not liked even by the WWE itself. In fact, a security member literally ran to the fan to confiscate the billboard, which was no longer shown during the episode. So for now, WWE is still keen to protect her and a comeback seems close despite everything.