At WrestleMania 35, Sasha Banks and Bayley came out on the losing end, dropping their newly won Women's Tag Team Championships to The IIconics, and several websites have reported in the days since that it wasn't taken too well by the Boss n Hug Connection.
The duo reportedly laid on the floor backstage at WrestleMania, voicing their displeasure with the company and the decision for them to drop the titles, and in the days since, The Boss has unfollowed WWE on Twitter and started following AEW.
There is a great possibility that this is all a work and a design for a much larger push for the former NXT and RAW Women's Champion, but we are going to look at the possibility, no matter how slim that The Boss does indeed walk away from the WWE.
While we believe The Boss will remain with WWE, this type of fantasy booking is always fun, so today we are going to take a look into the hypothetical and talk about 5 opponents that Sasha Banks should look to face if she does indeed walk away from the WWE.
#5 Mayu Iwatani
The Japanese have a long lineage of creating incredible professional wrestlers, and with Stardom becoming one of the best wrestling companies in the world, the women of Japan are making a mark worldwide.
Many will point to the likes of Asuka, Io Shirai, and Kairi Sane, but the most underrated to ever come from the Land of the Rising Sun is former Women of Honour Champion, Mayu Iwatani.
She is easily the best high-flying female outside of the WWE (arguably the world if not for former rival, NXT star Io Shirai), and that similar style would make this an incredibly epic encounter, and whether it hypothetically happens in Japan, ROH, or another company, it's one that people would pay a lot of money to see.