That’s a special moment. While wrestling is scripted and the results are known ahead of time, there are certain things about it that are more realistic than others. At the end of the day, these wrestlers are out there doing their jobs in front of millions of people. That can make for some tricky situations as they try to do their work while keeping their minds right. Sometimes that needs a boost, and that was the case in an infamous moment.
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Back at WrestleMania 35 in 2019, Bayley and Sasha Banks lost the WWE Women’s Tag Team Titles. This reportedly led to a situation where the two threw a fit, including rolling around on the floor of the locker room while complaining about their creative direction. Bayley has tweeted a photo of herself and Trish Stratus, talking about how Stratus talked to “us” after the loss, revealing secrets of her personal life, the business and her strengths and weaknesses. Bayley also says she remembers suggesting she will use this in their upcoming six woman tag at WrestleMania 39. The locker room incident is not specifically mentioned.
We sat in the hallway of our hotel after losing the tag team titles at Wrestlemania. You talked to us til 4am sharing your secrets of the business, your personal life, your strengths and your weaknesses………….
I remember ??#WrestleMania pic.twitter.com/NeOI7NRQjO
— Bayley (@itsBayleyWWE) March 12, 2023
It was a weird night. Check out the title match, plus the two women in the ring:
Opinion: This is fascinating in a way as it is one of, if not the, first times that the Bayley/Banks incident has seemingly been acknowledged. While Bayley did not talk about the incident in question, she made it clear that she and Banks needed some kind of a talk after the loss. That is something I would not have bet on, as it comes off like something that is left there for longtime fans, which isn’t done very often.
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