Sasha Banks and Naomi shocked fans when they walked out on WWE moments after RAW went on air. The Women’s Tag Teams Champions were reportedly upset with some creative ideas and expressed their frustration by leaving the building without their titles.

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Their sudden departure resulted in quite a reaction on social media. Fans and peers are continuing to share their two cents on the whole situation. The term “mark” and “diva” is also reportedly being used backstage to describe the two recently departed Superstars.

WWE superstar Shayna Baszler is one of those who are voicing their support for Sasha and Naomi. In a very interesting post, The Queen of Spades dropped two photos of her time in the ring with the WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions along with a quote.

“Listen closely, brothers. For my life’s breath is all but spent. There shall come a time far from now when our chapter itself is dying, even as I am now dying. Then my sons, I shall listen for your call from whatever realms of death hold me, & come I shall – no matter what laws of life & death forbid. At the end I will be there. For the final battle. For the Wolftime.” — Leman Russ

Shayna accompanied the quote with two pictures from her latest encounter with Sasha and Naomi. The quote in question is from the Warhammer 40,000 game and is an oath of loyalty. That seemingly means Shayna is pledging her loyalty to Sasha and Naomi.

For those not in the know, Shayne and Natalya squared off with the two for the Women’s Tag Team Championship last week on SmackDown. Boss and Glow would go on to retain their titles.

Shayna’s reaction seems to contradict Bryan Alvarez’s report that not one person within the WWE is sticking up for Sasha Banks and Naomi in the wake of their fallout with the company. We’ll have to wait and see what’s next for the Women’s Tag Team Champions.

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