Sasha Banks wants to be a part of the WWE Hall of Fame class of 2022 at only age 30.
It's inarguable that Sasha Banks has had a historic career up to this point. Having competed in the first women's Royal Rumble, the first women's Hell in a Cell, the first women's Iron Man match, the first women's and then, and become a Grand Slam champion, there is not much that Sasha Banks hasn't done.
Speaking with The Root before her history-making main event against Bianca Belair at WrestleMania 37, Sasha Banks said that she has been a legend from the moment that she arrived in WWE and as for Bianca, because this is all new for her, she's in for a very long night at WrestleMania 37.
“I always felt like I was a legend in the game when I first started. I always felt seasoned as a rookie and before my time. So this is nothing new. I go up against rookies every single week on Friday Night Smackdown. This is nothing new to me,” she said.
“This is new to her that she’s going to face a star so bright. She’s just coming out of NXT, this is her first year on the main roster. If she would’ve listened to me, she would’ve walked into WrestleMania as the Women’s Tag Team champion, but she didn’t want to. She got a big head, she got a long braid, but come WrestleMania 37 I’m gonna show her what she already knows: That I’m the boss, the blueprint, and the standard for the women’s division.”
With all of these credentials, Sasha Banks said there is simply only one thing for her left to do, go into the WWE Hall of Fame next year and become the youngest inductee ever.
“The next thing I want to do is go into my rightful place in the [WWE] Hall of Fame next year,” she said. “I feel like I earned that, I deserved that, and why not accomplish that goal? Next year I’ll be 30, so I’ll be the youngest.”
Bianca and Sasha are slated to headline night one of WrestleMania on Saturday, April 10. Fightful will have live coverage.