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Alexa Bliss Vs. Sasha Banks: Must-See Photos Of The WWE Wrestlers

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“The Boss” Sasha Banks is set to clash with “The Goddess” Alexa Bliss this Sunday at WWE Great Balls of Fire. Two weeks ago, The Boss won a gaunlet match to qualify for a shot at Bliss’ WWE Raw Women’s Championship. Can the purple-haired Banks topple the blonde bombshell and become a four-time champion this Sunday? Or will The Goddess reign supreme once more?

Meet Alexa Bliss

Alexa Bliss is the only woman in WWE history to have won both the Raw and SmackDown women’s championships. She’s one of the biggest breakout stars of WWE’s New Era despite being only five-feet tall.

She began her career in professional wrestling back in 2013 on WWE’s development brand NXT. In 2015, she aligned herself with the tandem of Buddy Murphy and Wesley Blake, who were NXT Tag Team Champions at the time. Bliss actually got more cheers than the champions.

Alexa Bliss is one performer you won’t want to miss. The attention-grabbing athleticism, attitude and beauty of Bliss has skyrocketed this young performer to the forefront of WWE’s women’s division.


Bliss is the current WWE Raw Women’s Champion. She’ll put her coveted prize on the line this Sunday against “The Boss” Sasha Banks.


Meet Sasha Banks

Sasha Banks is that badass boss who prefers to call the shots. She’s a former three-time WWE Raw Women’s Champion, and this Sunday, she’ll be looking to claim her fourth title in the WWE.

But before “The Boss” shined every Monday night, Sasha worked her way through the indie wrestling scene for about two years. In 2012, Banks was signed with WWE to begin working for their farm league NXT.

While in the developmental system, The Boss rose to prominence. Her confidence in the ring and on the microphone was second to none. On Feburary 11, 2015, Banks captured the NXT Women’s Championship at NXT TakeOver: Rival, against the likes of Charlotte Flair, Becky Lynch, and Bayley. Banks held onto the gold for 192 days.


Banks made her offical Monday Night Raw debut on July 13, 2015. The Boss arrived alongside “The Queen” Charlotte Flair and “The Irish Lass Kicker” Becky Lynch.

The Boss hasn’t looked back once since she arrived on the big scene of WWE. This Sunday, she might have to face the toughest challenge of her career against a true goddess in Alexa Bliss.


Who do you think is going to win?

Do you think The Goddess will retain her title? Or will The Boss knock off Alexa and reclaim her championship? Does Sasha have what it takes to become a four-time WWE Raw Women’s Championship? Check out COED’s predictions article and you might just find out…



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