WWE's Sasha Banks was recently in Austrailia and New Zealand for some promotion on the wrestling conglomerate's behalf. One of her appearances was at the Victoria Zoo. Oddly enough the zoo turns out to be a great place to talk wrestling.
"I love Roman Reigns. Whether you guys love him, boo him, hate him – I think all the guys are jealous of him. He is an incredible athlete. He's one to watch. He does it and kills it every single week"
Picking just one guy was too grueling of a task, Banks made sure to spread the love and mention couple more of her favorites:
"Of course, I have to say Cesaro. I watch his stuff and I go, "How do you think of that?" He's so strong… Let me choose someone on SmackDown… of course, AJ Styles. He is legit phenomenal, I'm just like in awe every time I see him wrestle. He's so sweet… he's my Uncle Allen. What's up, Unc? You good?"
It's hard to hate on Sasha Bank's list - all three of those men are an absolute treat to watch. You may not like Roman Reigns, but know that he hasn't had a bad match in a couple years. As far as Styles and Cesaor go, they may not have ever had a bad match. I bet if those men were asked the same question about the women's division, they'd all admit that The Boss is one of their favorites.
Because of wrestlers like Banks, women now find themselves an integral part of WWE's product. More so than ever, the ladies in WWE are featured as competitors rather than eye candy. Instead of bra and panties matches, we have been given women's Hell in a Cell Matches. Instead of mud wrestling, WWE's women now compete in ladder matches. Even further, the girls of WWE have become priorities on the card. Gone are the days of 2-minute formality - women are trending towards becoming headliners.
Banks herself has been one of the figureheads of this movement along with Charlotte Flair. Sasha finds herself currently entwined with RAW Women's Champion Alexa Bliss. Banks has been removed from the women's main event since WrestleMania and now finds herself one win away from heading towards a SummerSlam showdown against the champion.