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Sasha Banks on why being portrayed as a babyface against Ronda Rousey won’t take away from title match

Former WWE Raw Women’s Champion Sasha Banks doesn’t have a concern about the “good vs. good” or “good vs. bad” dynamic heading into her next big match under the WWE banner.

This is something that she talked about while doing a recent interview with SportsKeeda to promote her upcoming title match against WWE Raw Women’s Champion Ronda Rousey at the Royal Rumble pay-per-view event on Sunday, January 27, 2019, in Phoenix, Arizona at Chase Field that will air on the WWE Network.

In the interview, she was asked if both stars being portrayed as faces would take away from their match. In the eyes of Banks, she doesn’t think that she needs to be a heel and that the common goal is to win.

“Why do I need to be a bad guy to wrestle her? I think in WWE it’s all about competition and having the best match, whether it’s good guys wrestling each other or bad guy against a bad guy. It’s all the same thing.” She continued, “We all have that one common goal of winning. So if you’re a good guy versus a bad guy, you want to win. If you’re a good guy versus a good guy, you still want to win. The common goal is winning. So I don’t think it’s going to take away from the match at all.”


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