Sasha Banks and Naomi are taking care of leaving “Monday Night Raw” recently.
WWE declared on “Friday Night SmackDown” that their ladies’ label group champions have been “suspended endlessly” and deprived of their titles subsequent to declining to wrestle in the headliner six-pack challenge match and that a competition will be held to crown new bosses. WWE had reported on Raw that the two ladies left prior to changing the headliner and decided to straightforwardly address what is going on the transmission once more.
Banks and Naomi’s product pages had additionally been brought down from WWE Shop at the hour of distribution.
“Sasha Banks and Naomi let every one of us down,” Michael Cole said during SmackDown on Friday.
“The WWE ladies’ label group champions strolled off the show and left the structure during Monday Night Raw.”
He then, at that point, adhered to subtleties of WWE side of the occasions from Monday, saying the two ladies took their label group titles into the workplace of head of ability relations John Laurinaitis, avoided them there and strolled with regard to the field.
“Their activities frustrated huge number of WWE fans and their kindred whizzes,”
Cole said prior to declaring the suspension.
Naomi, according to Fightful Select, was supposed to win the match and face Belair and Banks would go into a singles program with SmackDown women’s champion Ronda Rousey, leaving their tag team gold and the division in potential limbo. Banks took up the issues directly with WWE chairman Vince McMahon that day, according to reports.
WWE’s statement regarding the events also said Banks and Naomi — who have yet to personally give their side of the story – didn’t feel respected as tag team champions and “were uncomfortable in the ring with two of their opponents.” Fightful Select reported that Banks and Naomi’s issues centered around the direction of the women’s tag team division and was not concerned with the women in the match.