Sasha Banks Talks About Whether Or Not She Feels Underutilized In WWE

As noted, Sasha Banks recently appeared as a guest on the In This Corner with Brian Campbell podcast for an in-depth interview. Featured below are some additional highlights.

On getting to perform in a Money In The Bank Ladder Match: "It was such a dream come true to be part of the Money in the Bank Ladder match. It's so crazy, watching Shawn Michaels and Razor Ramon and now I am here doing exactly what they were doing, so it's a dream come true. I thought the women killed it better than the guys. I can't wait for next year and hopefully, I get the briefcase next year."

On a life-lesson she learned about giving it her all each and every time out: "I feel like I go out there every single week and give it 110%, and as I was told by a good friend, as long as you work hard you can't be unhappy with yourself. That is what I do every single week that as long as I am going out there every single week and giving it 110%, I can't be mad. Whether they want to push me or not, I am always going to give it 110% and will always be the Legit Boss and keep on putting on great matches and stealing the show. I am honestly living my dream every single day so there aren't too many things to be mad at, I'm still going to be the best though."

On Bayley being her kryptonite: "We work together because I think we are almost one in the same. I feel like I am the devil on someone's shoulder and she is the angel. For some reason, Bayley is my kryptonite, I can't beat her even though I am better than her, she is my kryptonite. I have to show the world that I am better than her, I am better than all of the wrestlers on the roster, I am just the best, period. That is why I have that chip on my shoulder. No matter how many times I prove it every single week there are people that doubt me and I have to keep on proving the doubters that I am the greatest, and Bayley is one of them."

Check out the complete episode of the In This Corner podcast featuring the Sasha Banks interview at Stitcher.com.