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3 signs that prove Sasha Banks is set to leave WWE

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7.13K   //    13 Apr 2019, 16:30 IST

Set to leave?
Set to leave?

One would have thought that the buzz surrounding the WWE after WrestleMania would be that of the Superstar Shake-Up. However, that is perhaps the last thing on the trending list.

For starters, it was Dean Ambrose’s departure from Raw that made the news more than anything else in the wrestling stratosphere. The dust from that storm couldn’t even settle down before the WWE got hit with a new typhoon.

Sasha Banks is reportedly unhappy with WWE and is considering quitting the company where she made a good name for herself. This news comes after she and Bayley lost their tag titles to The IIconics.

While WWE is trying its best to stop her from quitting the company – after all, she is one of the Four Horsewomen that were hyped to bring about a women’s revolution in the company – there might be no way for them to convince The Boss, as here are three signs that prove that Sasha Banks might be done with the WWE for good.


#3 Unfollowing WWE

Losing another top star would be bad for business
Losing another top star would be bad for business

There are reports of WWE holding an emergency meeting in order to come up with ways that could stop Banks from leaving the company. It is not really shocking to see WWE go down this path as they have only just lost Dean Ambrose, and losing another top star would be bad for business.

However, in what might be a big blow to the company, Sasha Banks has already unfollowed WWE on Twitter. This might be discarded by many – due to the fact that it is just social media – but this in most cases is a red alert.

This is a way of using social media to silently announce one’s intentions. Athletes from different sports also use this tactic quite frequently and more often than not, they end up ‘unfollowing’ (leaving) in reality.  

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