Sasha Banks: “I’m Searching For That Last Legacy Piece.”


After what has already been a career full of highlights and first-time industry achievements, Sasha Banks is looking to the future and figuring out what comes next.

This past Sunday at WrestleMania 38, Sasha Banks and Naomi teamed up to win the WWE Women’s Tag Team Titles. This allows Banks to chalk up yet another career highlight alongside such achievements as holding both Raw and Smackdown Women’s Championships, headlining WrestleMania, and scoring a starring role in “The Mandalorian.” So, now comes the next big question: What comes next for Sasha Banks?

Speaking on Logan Paul’s Impaulsive YouTube series, Banks spoke on her future.

“It’s a spirit you have. John Cena, The Rock, where is a woman’s name next to it?”

“Yes, I am [going to be a world-wide breakout star.] It’s kind of really hard to do with the WWE schedule. When I shot The Mandalorian last year, it went from doing TV, doing live events, getting on a plane, going to LA, shooting all week, getting on a red-eye, getting back to TV, putting my hair in, taking my hair out, for three months. If I’m going to take over the world, I have to choose one or the other and that’s the hard part to think of because wrestling has been my whole life. When that time and opportunity comes, I really have to sit back and think, ‘What’s next?’ Is it full-time Hollywood? Is it full-time doing something else that I have a passion about? Or is it still being [in WWE] and making more history and changing the game and leaving a legacy that is forever cemented? But I feel like I’ve already done that. I feel like I’m already a Hall of Famer and I feel like I’ve done it all. So what is that last legacy piece I can leave? I’m still searching.”

Sasha Banks

It remains to be seen exactly what Banks’s future holds, but with millions of adoring fans worldwide following her every step of the way, she’s very likely to continue her success no matter what it is.

H/T to fightful for the transcription

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