Sasha Banks

Sasha Banks: 2024 Net Worth, Stats, Salary, Husband and More

Mercedes Kestner-Varnado, better known as Sasha Banks, is a female professional wrestler currently working as a free agent. There have been strong rumors of the professional wrestler signing a contract soon either with WWE or AEW. She established herself as one of the top stars of the division during her time in WWE owing to her spectacular performance in the SmackDown brand.

Sasha Banks' early life

Sasha Banks was born on January 26, 1992, in Fairfield, California to Reo Varnado and Judith Varnardo. Sasha takes up African-American ethnicity from her dad while her mother hailed from Germany. The professional wrestler and her brother Joshua Kaestner Varando were mostly raised by her mother as their father abandoned them during childhood. Moreover, Banks had a rather tough time growing up as she constantly moved places because of her autistic sibling. She mostly completed her education via an online medium.

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Meanwhile, one surprising thing about the superstar is that she has good connections in the music industry as Snoop Dogg, Daz Dillinger, Brandy Norwood, and Ray. J are her cousins from her father's side.

Sasha Banks’ husband and children

Sasha Banks found love and her life partner in the former wrestler Sarath Ton, who was famous by his ring name Mikaze. The two met each other in 2010, as they were a part of the autonomous wrestling circuit and connected over their love for wrestling gear. As of now, Ton works as a costume designer in WWE and the couple does not have any kids.

Sasha Banks’ net worth 2024

As per Celebrity Net Worth, Banks has a net worth of $4 million. Her WWE contract offered her a salary of $250,000 per year. Ever since the success of the main event of the WrestleMania 37 match between Sasha Banks and Bianca Belair, the company gave Banks several chances to shine on the main roster and hence WWE increased her salary from $180,000 to $250,000. As of now, the star is earning $100,000 for every appearance as a free agent.

The brands also make sure to benefit from Sasha's social media following and thus she gets paid a handsome amount of $13,543 for every sponsorship post. Apart from endorsing brands like First We Feast and Kanndela, Banks also earns well through other sources of income like modeling and acting. She made he debut in Tinseltown with the series The Mandalorian. 

Sasha Banks’ career timeline

Sasha started her training as a professional wrestler back in 2008. She performed for Chaotic Wrestling and debuted in an inter-gender tag team match. The ride was long and hard for her as she continued to lose all her initial matches, with a WWE run seeming very far. However, she exceeded all expectations. Her immaculate in-ring skills, along with her infectious energy and fire-spitting promise, quickly made her a valuable commodity. She even won the Chaotic Wrestling Women's Championship.

In 2011, NXT, the developmental brand of WWE, was looking to rebuild itself from scratch with some tough wrestlers and signed Sasha Banks. Her first-ever WWE match was against fan-favorite Paige. Even though she lost, she captured the attention of the fans. Her NXT run coincided with a never-before-seen elevation of women's wrestling in WWE. Many credit her along with Charlotte Flair, Bayley, and Becky Lynch for ushering in the women's revolution.

Sasha had a storied rivalry with Charlotte Flair going from best friends to worst enemies. She defeated Flair to become the NXT Women's Champion, immediately making clear that Triple H had big plans for her career. Her "The Boss" persona resonated with the fans and represented the modern female professional wrestler.

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When Sasha finally left NXT, she did it in the best fashion possible. She lost to Bayley in a match that many call the best women's wrestling match in WWE history. After dropping the NXT Championship, she made her main roster debut on Raw as part of a stable with Tamina and Naomi.

She was part of the batch of wrestlers introduced by Stephanie McMahon, who revolutionized main-roster wrestling. Sasha would continue her fine run on the main roster again, feuding with Charlotte where the two even faced off in the first-ever women's Hell in a Cell match. She also had notable rivalries with Bayley and Becky Lynch on the main roster.

Sasha Banks entered a profitable partnership with Bayley in 2020, turning heel shockingly. She then won every belt in the WWE Women's division with Bayley, and the duo called themselves the 'Golden Role Models'. After a dramatic deterioration, Bayley turned on Banks, igniting a heated rivalry between the two. Sasha Banks came out on top after a thrilling match at Hell in a Cell, capturing the SmackDown Women's Championship from Bayley.

At present, she is working as a free agent and is expected to join either WWE or AEW.

Sasha Banks’ partnerships and endorsements

Sasha Banks enjoys a good social media following and thus it should come as no surprise that she earns a good amount of money by influencing people. The wrestler charges $13,543 per sponsorship post and a handful of brands that she endorses include the likes of First We Feast and Kanndela. She is also the face of WWE video games and merchandise.

Sasha Banks’ wrestling career stats

The one-time NXT Women's Champion Sasha Banks has featured in a total of 966 wrestling games in her career so far, scoring a win in 552 matches and losing 393 games. 21 games ended in a draw while she also recorded a winning and losing percentage of 57.1% and 40.7% respectively.

Sasha Banks’ major achievements 

Sasha Banks established herself as a true representative of the new era of women's wrestling in WWE as she formed a part of the first-ever female wrestling match in Saudi Arabia against Alexa Bliss. She has several achievements to her name including:

  • 5 WWE/WWE Raw Women's Championship

  • 1 WWE SmackDown Women's Championship

  • 3 WWE Women's Tag Team Championship (2 with Bayley, 1 with Naomi)

  • 1 NXT Women's Championship

  • 1 IWGP Women's Championship (New Japan Pro Wrestling)

  • 1 CW Women's Championship (Chaotic Wrestling)

  • 1 IWE Women's Championship (Independent Wrestling Entertainment

  • 1 RWC No Limitz Championship (Ring Wars Carolina)

Sasha Banks’ charity and foundation

Sasha Banks has been a key part of WWE's partnership with the Special Olympics. She has a younger brother who suffers from autism, fuelling her desire to make a difference for the cause. She also supports the charities sponsored by WWE, including Make-A-Wish and Connor's Cure.

In 2017, the professional wrestler did her part to help the Houston community following the devastation of Hurricane Harvey by joining hands with other WWE stars like Finn Balor, Samoa Joe, and Alicia Fox to make the medical kits. Moreover, in December 2022, Banks did a charity livestream alongside her friend Bayley, hosted by Damage CTRL leader, to help the Family Giving Tree organization.

Sasha Banks’ house

Banks is currently living in a beautiful house in Fairfield, California. Though not much information is available about the home, it is believed that it is a luxurious mansion and is equipped with a private swimming pool and multiple bedrooms and bathrooms.

Sasha Banks’ cars

Just like many other WWE superstars, Sasha Banks also harbors a taste for luxury cars. She is the owner of three extravagant cars, including a Jaguar F-Type Convertible worth $78,000, a Chevrolet Camaro worth $38,000, and a Volvo V90 Cross Country worth $55,000.

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Personal Information:
Full NameMercedes Justine Kaestner-Varnado
Popular NameSasha Banks, Mercedes Mone, The Boss
Date Of BirthJanuary 26, 1992
Birth PlaceFairfield, CA
Height5ft 5 inch
Weight52 kg (115 lb)
Parents Reo and Judith Varnado
EthnicityGerman and African
Net Worth$4Million
SpouseSarath Ton
Relationship/Marital StatusMarried
ChildrenNot yet
ProfessionProfessional Wrestler