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That’s a game changer. There have been all kinds of wrestling stories this year and one of the most intriguing has been that of Sasha Banks and Naomi walking out on WWE. The two have not appeared on WWE TV since May and there is no word on when the two might be returning. Now though, we have an update on one of them that suggests that she will not be back at all.

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Earlier this week, a report emerged that Banks would be appearing at New Japan Pro Wrestling’s Wrestle Kingdom 17 next month. According to Wrestling Observer Radio, outside of a last minute change, Banks is considered “done” with WWE. The two sides are said to be very far apart on money and Banks’ current contract is expected to expire at the end of the year. Banks is not expected to wrestle at Wrestle Kingdom but she does have more dates set with the company for after the show.

Banks is a star when she is in the ring. Check out what she can do:

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Opinion: I can’t say I’m surprised if Banks is done with WWE. She hasn’t been around in months and while there were rumors of her coming back, there has been nothing on WWE TV to suggest she would be back. Banks is a very talented star, but it doesn’t look like she wants to be in WWE right now. If this is what she wants to do then good for her, as both sides seem ready to move on.

What do you think of Banks? How will she do in New Japan? Let us know in the comments below.

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