WWE Superstar Sasha Banks’ Embarassing Wrestlemania Record Continues With Loss to Bianca Belair

Published 04/11/2021, 10:32 AM EDT


Sasha Banks is one of the most prolific Superstars in WWE right now, and she arguably hit her peak last year when she won every title in the Women’s Division throughout the course of 2020. She has had some of the best matches and the most glorious moments, but there is one record that pulls her down from the skies. 

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This would be none other than her terrible record at WrestleMania. It may come as a shocker, but ‘The Legit Boss’ has never managed to win at WrestleMania to date, and her loss to Bianca Belair last night added to this embarrassing stat. 

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Currently, Banks has a losing streaking of 0-6 at Mania, signifying a pile of opportunities she couldn’t turn in her favor at the grandest stage of them all. 

She lost her first appearance in the event at WrestleMania 32, which was a Triple threat match involving Charlotte Flair and Becky Lynch. Although Ric Flair did interfere, the loss still counts against Sasha. 

Sasha failed to best Charlotte Flair the following year at WrestleMania 33 as well when she faced her in a Fatal Four-way match involving Bayley and Nia Jax. In fact, Banks was pinned by Charlotte, who snatched the victory yet again. 

‘The Legit Boss’ couldn’t prove herself at WrestleMania 34 during the Women’s Battle Royal that was pushed down to the kick-off show. She was eliminated by her then best friend Bayley. 

Sasha Banks has failed in all formats at WrestleMania

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At WrestleMania 35, Banks found herself in a Fatal Four Way Tag Team Match against The IIconics, Natalya & Beth Phoenix, and Nia Jax & Tamina. Needless to say, she didn’t manage to overcome the others and ended up dropping to The IIconics.

2020 was Sasha’s year, but not her WrestleMania. The former SmackDown Women’s Champion found herself in a mix against Bayley, Tamina, Naomi, and Lacey Evans in a daunting Fatal 5-way match. Banks didn’t make it in this one and was eliminated by Evans towards the end. 

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Her loss to Bianca Belair last night made it 0-6, and it seems as if Sasha has an unfortunate streak on her hands. Given that she is one of the best female Superstars in WWE history, she will have to break this record if he hopes to match the likes of Miss WrestleMania Charlotte Flair herself someday.

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Luke Dias is a senior WWE and AEW author at EssentiallySports, having published more than 1000 articles on professional wrestling. Having completed courses in Advanced Writing from the University of California and Media and Ethics from the University of Amsterdam, Luke is currently pursuing an undergraduate degree in Journalism from Xavier’s College. His tremendous knowledge of WWE history enables him to make past connections, adding depth to the articles.

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