Sasha Banks and Naomi walked out of WWE, and their status has been up in the air since then. While there was a report stating that Naomi and Sasha Banks were removed from the internal WWE roster, apparently that has been the case for many weeks.

Sean Sapp reported behind Fightful’s paywall that apparently there has been no major changes on the situation. The consensus is that The Boss and The Glow’s status remains unknown.

WWE officials handling things on the digital end made no changes on their own. While WWE did edit out a Sasha Banks sign from their gallery, that’s pretty much it. It was previously reported that Sasha Banks’ release has been complete, which gave further grounds for inquiry.

Sasha Banks and Naomi disappeared from other internal rosters as far back as “weeks” ago. However, nobody that we’ve heard from on WWE’s digital end has been prompted to remove them from the official website’s roster. There was an instance where someone was instructed to edit a Sasha Banks related sign from the crowd in the WWE photo gallery.

Ringside News exclusively reported on June 1st that Banks and Naomi’s contracts were in the hands of attorneys.

Many WWE stars also believe that Banks’ release is finished, but WWE did not confirm it when asked. Talent have also not been notified in an official internal email updating them on the situation from Talent Relations. The outlet also inquired about the tweet claiming that Banks’ release was being handled by VP of Business and Legal Affairs for Talent Relations Erika Schreiber. WWE has not confirmed or denied that story.

We will have to see what happens next in this situation, but Sasha Banks and Naomi’s status doesn’t seem like they are close to a WWE return in the slightest. Keep checking back with Ringside News as we continue monitoring this story.

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Nitish Vashishtha

Nitish Vashishtha is a freelance writer/contributor from India. He’s written content for companies like ScoopWhoop and Sportskeeda. He’s been writing about pop-culture, current affairs and pro-wrestling since 2017.

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