ESPN has an article up in which a number of the WWE women’s wrestlers have commented on the “women’s revolution” over the last year in WWE. Sasha Banks provided some interesting comments in which she is hopeful that in the future the company and fans will stop referring to their matches as “women’s wrestling” and a “revolution.”
“We say things like “women’s wrestling” and “women’s revolution.” I hope one day it’s not “a good women’s match.” I don’t want the women’s wrestling part. I just want to be equal to my partners. Why can’t we be treated equal?
I think once we get a women’s main event at a pay-per-view and you drop “women’s wrestling,” that will prove we are on the same level. A couple of years ago we were seen as the popcorn match or the bathroom break for the fans, and that’s not the case anymore.”