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Sasha Banks, real name Mercedes Justine Kaestner-Varnado, has been in the WWE since 2012, and has been a major part of the Women's revolution era.

Sasha Banks, real name Mercedes Justine Kaestner-Varnado, has been in the WWE since 2012, and has been a major part of the Women’s revolution era. She started her career in the WWE as part of the NXT Women’s Championship once and went on to the main roster becoming a Women’s champion on 6 different occasions.

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Sasha Banks is the cousin of Rapper, Snoop Dog who reportedly helped her in developing her in-ring persona. The 30 year old WWE superstar debuted in the year 2020 starred in a Disney+ series “The Mandalorian”, alongside Katee Sackhoff, after taking a short hiatus from WWE.

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Speaking to USA Today, Sasha spoke about her experience after her debut episode got released:

“It was an early morning treat. I woke up with a huge anxiety attack. I was just like, “Oh my God, today is the day!’ I had to do my meditation and I took a walk and I just kind of broke down. I just can’t believe that the universe blessed me with this being the day that my episode would air.”

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Recently appearing on Kevin Hart’s Cold as Balls, she battled it out against Kevin in a lightsaber fight which Kevin seemingly lost:

Sasha Banks wants to create a legacy of her own

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Sasha Banks has already cemented her place in the WWE as one of the best as many of the WWE stars, including the likes of Ronda Rousey, want to have a storyline feud with her. The WWE superstar is known for her great work ethic and the star herself admitted in USA Today that she wants to create a legacy of her own:

“On Nov. 13 15 years ago, my hero Eddie Guerrero passed away. So, I’ve always thought about the date as something that was really terrible in my life, but I used it to fuel my passion and to really just create a legacy for myself. It’s so crazy how the universe is working kind of full circle for me right now.”

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