Sasha Banks And Naomi

Sasha Banks And Naomi’s WWE Status: A Major Backstage Update 

Since Vince McMahon revealed his retirement and a new administration led by Stephanie McMahon, Nick Khan, & Triple H got over WWE, fans had also theorised whether Naomi and Sasha Banks would return to the promotion. New evidence suggests that such a return is near than ever. Dave Meltzer disclosed the newest he had heard about Banks and Naomi returning to WWE on Sunday Night’s Main Event.

Last week, when I checked, the agreement hadn’t been signed, but everyone was expecting it to happen, Meltzer said. People were all on the same wavelength. I was pretty much told it’s completed, but they’ve not signed yet, so that it could fall through. They could have signed by now. However, it was already a week ago. They’ve returned. It could happen tomorrow or in a couple weeks.

They can have whatever day they want. They’re most likely pacing stuff; you would not want to show all of your cards in week one; you want to have something big to talk about every week for the next couple of weeks. I believe a preliminary agreement was reached over a week ago. Banks and Naomi have not been seen in WWE since they walked out of WWE Raw in May, which resulted in their indefinite suspension and loss of the WWE Women’s Tag Team Championships.

Vince’s Retirement 

Till McMahon’s retirement, however no wrestler expressed a desire to come back to the firm, and reports even surfaced that WWE had let Banks go. As rumours of the duo’s return spread, the WWE declared a contest for the vacant WWE Women’s Tag Team Championships, which had been dormant for months. It’s unclear whether this is another sign that Banks and Naomi are returning. The pair was most recently seen at Chicago’s C2E2 convention this past weekend.

Unlike Booker, who claims to believe WWE could use Vince as a draw, AEW World Champion CM Punk believes Vince’s retirement will not change his role with the company. Punk asserted that he does not believe the WWE structure will change and that, despite his retirement, Vince will remain hands-on. 

In comparison to those remarks, WWE moved quickly from Vince’s pension, declaring that Stephanie McMahon & Nick Khan would take over as Co-CEOs of WWE & Triple H will indeed take over as Head of Talent Relations and Creative. Booker believes that a new dynamic within WWE’s creative walls will have a significant impact on talent in only certain positions.

Sheena Bhandari is a Pro Wrestling Editor and enthusiast, working here at Clout News.