WWE NEWS: At Last Sasha Banks Finally Leaving The WWE RAW… — See Why Vince McMahon Approved It…

Sasha Banks

If WWE would ever permits honesty, then we can say that Vince McMahon does not always get it right, a big question that has always been in the heart of the WWE Universe is, can Vince McMahon ever let personal differences go in order to allow a superstar to flourish in his company and reach their true potential? Unfortunately for The WWE Universe, they know the answer to that question is usually no and another popular superstar is now the victim of this unthinkable situation.

That brings us to former Woman’s champion, Sasha Banks, who despite giving The WWE Universe the fight of her life last month at Hell In A Cell, is being blamed by Vince McMahon for the way the ending of the pay per view was perceived by fans. With that being said, a new article by Cagesideseats.com is now reported that WWE is holding off on a Bayley versus Charlotte match until WrestleMania 33, which means that WWE officials have soured on Banks, who was originally penciled in to take on Bayley at next years, Show of the immortals. This also means that either NIa Jax, Dana Brooke or even Bayley herself could take Sasha Bank’s spot in the title hunt after she has reportedly fallen out of favor with Vince.

It is also believed that this is Bank’s third strike with the company, here first two being her injury during a live show and her other one being her shoulder injury before Summerslam. While these don’t take Bank’s out of the title picture completely, especially since WWE is an every changing entity and can change their minds at any given time, it is at least safe to speculate that Sasha Banks will have no place in the Woman’s title picture for at least the next half a year or so.

What do you think? Is Vince McMahon going too far by removing her from the title picture due to her mistake with the table at Hell in a Cell. Let us know in the comments below and be sure to tell us which Woman’s match you would like to see at WrestleMania 33.