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Sasha Banks Retains SmackDown Women’s Title at Royal Rumble 2021

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WWE are currently hosting their annual Royal Rumble event. The show is in full swing and there’s some great bouts tonight on top of the two Rumble matches themselves (Men’s and Women’s). The second match of the card proper saw Sasha Banks defend her WWE SmackDown Women’s Championship against Carmella.

Sasha Banks vs Carmella

This was a back and forth affair with Reginald being sent to the back by the referee after he caught Sasha and SHE gave HIM a headscissors takedown (#JusticeForReginald). Sasha Banks retained her title after Carmella submitted in the Banks Statement. After the match Carmella looked dejected but didn’t attack Banks while her back was turned.

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