What a pair. The WWE women’s division has come a very long way in the last few years and that is a very good chance of pace. Above all else, women’s wrestling is finally being treated seriously and that is the kind of thing that has been missing for a very long time now. This includes getting rid of some of the more over the top ideas, though now we might be seeing a bit of a return.
One of the biggest stories in the women’s division at the moment is taking place on Monday Night Raw. Alexa Bliss has gone from being the Fiend’s willing follower to having powers all of her own, mainly provided by a doll named Lily. Bliss has spoken about the power that Lily has given her, which has caused SmackDown’s Sasha Banks to ask to be shown the power of darkness. Bliss responded, saying there was always room for more on the playground, to which Banks said “let me in”. Banks has not been seen on television since the SmackDown after WrestleMania 37, where she lost the SmackDown Women’s Title.
Let me in ??
— Mercedes Varnado (@SashaBanksWWE) May 16, 2021
Bliss and Banks do have a history together, having fought each other several times over the years. This includes trading the Raw Women’s Title, with Banks defeating Bliss to become champion at Summerslam 2017 but losing it back to hear eight days later on the August 28, 2017 Monday Night Raw. Their last singles match took place on the May 29, 2020 SmackDown.
The two do have a history. Check out their time together:
Opinion: This would be a heck of a shakeup and I’m not sure if that is the direction that WWE is going to take. There is something that could be done and Banks could do with getting away from SmackDown, though at the same time I’m not sure if Bliss needs someone else at the moment. She has not wrestled in months and the story with Lily might not have the strongest legs. Still though, it is an interesting thought.
Do you like the idea? Will it take place? Let us know in the comments below.
Thomas Hall has been a wrestling fan for over thirty years and has seen over 50,000 wrestling matches. He has also been a wrestling reviewer since 2009 with over 5,000 full shows covered. You can find his work at kbwrestlingreviews.com, or check out his- Amazon author page with 30 wrestling books.
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