On a recent Twitch stream, Ember Moon provided fans with her review of the July 27 episode of Raw. During her recap, she weighed in on Sasha Banks winning the Raw Women's Title, questioning the need to have Bayley & Sasha Banks hold all the women's gold on the main roster.
Ember believes there are too many talented women sitting at home for Banks & Bayley to have all the titles, but did clarify that because she wasn't present at the Performance Center, she didn't know exactly what was going on. You can find Ember's full comments by clicking here.
Speaking to Bleacher Report, Bayley responded to Ember's comments.
"I can understand the frustration on the outside," she said. "Number one, Ember Moon's not even there and seeing everything going on. She knows how good we are, she's been in the ring with us, she's teamed with us. But someone's got to do it. If not us, then who? Somebody's got to take control of this division. Someone's got to take control of the company because no one's stepping up to the plate, and Sasha and I have been up to bat for years and years and years. We're knocking it out of the park. Sorry, Ember Moon, but if you want to do something about it, come do something about it."
Moon is currently sidelined with an Achilles injury and it is unknown when she will return. She has stated in the past that her career could be over, but is still hopeful for a return.
On the comparisons to The Two Man Power Trip [Steve Austin & Triple H], Bayley said, "I don't like to be compared to other people because I want to be the first us, but I think little splashes of Triple H and Stone Cold or splashes of Triple H and Shawn Michaels or Trish [Stratus] and Lita makes us, with a big old splash of our own personality, our own characteristics and our own everything."
She did say that she understands the comparisons and revealed she was there when Triple H tore his quad, which put an end to the team of Austin and Triple H.
When asked if the COVID-19 pandemic changed plans for her and Sasha, Bayley said, "I don't know why it makes a difference if there's fans or not. If anything, it's only harder without the fans, so honestly, I think we're just on a different wavelength than everybody else right now. We just think so much differently and we're taking advantage of everybody slacking because of the pandemic era or the PC era, whatever everyone's calling it. We're picking up everyone's slack, and now we're reaping all the benefits."
Bayley is set to defend her SmackDown Women's Title against Nikki Cross on Friday's SmackDown.
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