Sasha Banks only has one goal in mind.
Talk of women headlining WrestleMania 35 has picked up steam in recent months with Becky Lynch emerging as one of the top stars in the company and Ronda Rousey's commercial appeal. With Lynch winning last night's Women's Royal Rumble, the path is clear for her to challenge Ronda Rousey for the Raw Women's Title at WrestleMania 35. And if that match gets top billing, it would break the heart of the Legit Boss.
“There’s no one else that’s going to break more ground than I am. I said from day one that I wanted to main event a WrestleMania," Banks told The Cutaway. "I put it out in the universe. If I see someone else does that, that’s going to break my heart. My hard work and someone else takes it? I don’t think so."
Banks' biggest issue seems to be with her Royal Rumble opponent potentially getting the headlining spot at the Biggest Show of the Year.
“I hope it’s me main-eventing WrestleMania. I’ve been saying it since day one," said Banks. "As far as Becky goes, she’s part of the Four Horsewomen so I have so much love and respect for her. With Ronda Rousey, it’s cool to have her here, but she’s not the legit boss. She’s not the Man. She’s not the Queen. She’s not the Hugger. She’s not like us. She has her little teammates on the side that want to be like us and try to use our name. It’s cool that she’s here because she does bring a lot of viewers to WWE from the outside world, but she’s not us. You’ve had so many firsts for women’s wrestling, maybe someone else should have the chance to break ground."
Banks had her chance to secure her spot at WrestleMania, but came up short in her Raw Women's Title bout against Ronda Rousey at WWE Royal Rumble.