John Cena Sr: "WWE should have fired Sasha Banks"



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John Cena Sr: "WWE should have fired Sasha Banks"

In the recent past of Friday Night Smackdown champion, Sasha Banks, there was a fairly uncertain period in which the blue show champion didn't know if she would return to fight in the WWE rings or if she would leave the company, to recover from one quite confused psychological state, which had led her to abandon the McMahon federation immediately after Wrestlemania 35.

For a period that lasted several weeks, in fact, Sasha was no longer seen in the rings or on the McMahon TV screens, causing concern and not a little his fans, who read all kinds on the internet about the relationship that was slowly wearing out between the Chairman of the company and the athlete with purple hair, then turned blue.

In his latest interview with Boston Wrestling MWF's Dan Mirade, the father of the well-known WWE multi-champion, John Cena, the namesake John Cena Senior, wanted to shoot zero on the behavior that led Sasha Banks to move away from WWE several months ago, with the father of the Leader of the Chain Gang stating: "If she refused to do her job (lose a match) or refused to do any other job, saying I'm leaving, the great Vince McMahon would have to say: No, it's not you leaving, because you're fired.

You know what, let me put it this way. Vince is a very smart man, he hasn't gotten to where he is now being a fool. To give her what he gave her, that extension of time (additional off-screen time of over 30 days from the deal), he says a lot about how well that man can recognize talent in a performer."

After a break of over a month, in fact, Sasha Banks has finally retraced her steps, returning to normally tread the WWE rings, with the Chairman who, after waiting calmly for her, managed to bring her back on the right path, then routing her to a great titled stint, which arrived after more than a year in the rings of the company's blue show.

Elimination Chamber 2021: the results!

Here what happened in the WWE PPV Elimination Chamber 2021 held on 21/2/2021 at WWE Thunderdome, Tropicana Field, in Tampa, Florida. In WWE Thunderdome there are fans connected via webcam who act as an audience like in the NBA with their supporters.

Kickoff:
Fatal 4 Way Match:
John Morrison beats Mustafa Ali, Elias and Ricochet (Morrison will be in the Triple Threat for the US Title later in the evening) Main Card:
Elimination Chamber Match: (SmackDown)
Daniel Bryan beats Cesaro, Jey Uso, King Corbin, Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn (Bryan will face Roman Reigns later in the evening) Single Match for the Universal Championship:
Roman Reigns (w / Paul Heyman) defeats Daniel Bryan (Reigns remains champion) At the end of the match Edge attacks Roman Reigns thus decreeing the intention to challenge the Tribal Chief at WrestleMania.

Triple Threat Match for the US Championship:
Matt Riddle beats Bobby Lashley and John Morrison (Riddle new US Champion) Women's Tag Team Match for the WWE Women's Tag Team Championships:
Shayna Baszler & Nia Jax beat Sasha Banks & Bianca Belair (Shayna and Nia remain champions) Elimination Chamber Match for the WWE Championship: (Raw)
Drew McIntyre beats Sheamus, Jeff Hardy, Randy Orton, AJ Styles and Kofi Kingston (Drew remains champion) At the end of the match Bobby Lashley attacks Drew McIntyre, thus leading to the collection of The Miz. Single Match for the WWE Championship:
The Miz beats Drew McIntyre (The Miz is the new WWE Champion)