WWE WrestleMania 37: 3 ideal challengers for Sasha Banks

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WWE WrestleMania 37: Sasha Banks vs. Bayley

Last, but certainly not least, we have the most obvious choice. That doesn’t make it the least interesting or least exciting, though. Bayley is obvious because of the history between these two.

Recent history of course has seen Sasha Banks defeat Bayley for the SmackDown Women’s Championship and then successfully defend it against her, but the issues between these two are not new. They’ve been intertwined ever since they arrived in NXT.

They were born just an hour away from each other, both right outside of San Francisco, California. Fate seems to have known these two were soulmates inside the squared circle, and it brought them together early in their NXT careers to set the stage for this epic friendship and rivalry we’ve seen from them.

From their arrival and bond in training, to the greatest NXT TakeOver match in history, to their reigns as WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions, and finally to the implosion that led to their epic Hell in a Cell confrontation, there’s no separating Sasha Banks and Bayley. They’re destined to fight forever.

And who can blame them for wanting to? On top of all of the obvious storyline implications and the desire Bayley will have to reclaim the title she likely still believes belongs to her, these two always bring out the best in each other.

That can happen again at WWE WrestleMania 37, and this time it needs to be the undeniable Main Event to close out WWE’s biggest event of the year. All three of these matches could be the Main Event, but this one demands it.

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Whether it’s by Bayley winning the 2021 Women’s Royal Rumble, or earning this match another way, there will always be unfinished business between “The Boss” and “The Role Model.” What better way to try and finish it than in the Main Event of The Grandest Stage of Them All?