-- ESPN spoke to WWE's Four Horsewomen - Charlotte Flair, Becky Lynch, Sasha Banks and Bayley - ahead of their tag team match tonight on Raw at MSG. Here are some highlights:
On first meeting each other
Sasha Banks: The first one I met was Charlotte Flair. We were in class together doing a drill and our coach told us to lock up and instantly we just snapped -- the chemistry was just there. From the instant of the lockup, I knew I would be making magic with her in the future in that ring.
Bayley: The first day I met Sasha, they kicked everyone out of the gym, except for me and her, and the trainers and told us to have a match. We had never met, I didn't know her at all.
Banks: I was Bayley's tryout match when she first came down to FCW/NXT. And the chemistry was just right there, too. They just told us to go out there -- I didn't know anything about her -- and just have a match. We did and it was just magical.
Bayley: Charlotte and Paige took me around and introduced me to everyone at FCW in Tampa. Charlotte was kind of like the leader. Maybe leader isn't the right word. But I felt like Charlotte was always kind of the mom of the group.
What does the future hold for the Four Horsewomen?
Bayley: They've all been champions and they probably will be champions again. But now it's me. I don't think any of us are content or satisfied, even though we've achieved so much.
Lynch: Just more main events. Just constantly main eventing and generating interest, whether it's the main event or not. And that's what we're doing. Look, that's all I've ever wanted -- for women's wrestling to be the coolest thing on TV, for people to be talking, for people to have opinions, for people to be so invested they can't miss our matches.
Banks: I want to main event every pay-per-view, I want to main event every TV, I want to main event every house show. I want it just like as the guys do -- I want to have it all. I'm never gonna be satisfied. Even when I get that, I'm gonna want more. That's just the kind of person that I am.
Flair: I hope the future holds the four of us in a Fatal Four-Way in the main event of WrestleMania. That's what I hope the future holds. I'm not saying it's this year, next year, the next or the next after that. But eventually I truly believe that the Fatal Four-Way will be a main event match at WrestleMania.
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