Sasha Banks and Naomi’s walkout on Monday Night Raw has been making huge headlines all over the pro wrestling landscape. There has been rampant speculation about what the future will hold for the two popular WWE superstars. A former WWE writer recently dropped what could be a bombshell regarding the situation.

Kazeem Famuyide spoke about the situation with Sasha and Naomi on the latest episode of “The Masked Man Show With Kaz.” There have already been some reports that Naomi’s WWE contract is coming up soon. Kaz noted that as far as he knows, Sasha Banks is also in the same position.

“I did hear that, you know, their contracts were in negotiations for renewals. I don’t know how soon it is, but I think Sasha and Naomi’s contracts were set to expire within the next two months already, so that’s another caveat there where it’s like, ‘OK, what happens if their contracts just run out while they’re doing this?’

I don’t know, there’s so much unspoken, there’s so much unknown with this situation that I don’t want to be that person who’s just irresponsible just spewing things recklessly like people tend to do in the [wrestling] podcasts. I’m just saying what I know and, you know, you do with that information what you will.”


Kaz was careful to point out that the situation is fluid and a lot of the circumstances remain unknown. That said, if Sasha Banks and Naomi’s contracts are ready to expire, it would add a whole new angle to this story. WWE has been known to freeze contracts for talent who refuse to show up for work in the past.

It was also reported that Sasha Banks and Naomi will not be in Grand Rapids for tonight’s episode of SmackDown. This story is developing rapidly, and things can change in heartbeat. Stay tuned to Ringside News for all the latest on Sasha and Naomi’s situation with WWE.

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Michael Perry

Michael Perry is a news contributor for Ringside News and Thirsty for News. Michael has an M.A. in Communication Technology from Point Park University in his hometown of Pittsburgh, PA.

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