"What a journey. What a journey. I mean, when I won it two months ago and lost it within two weeks that hurt me (in my heart). That hurt me (in my heart) because I knew since I was 10 what I came here to do in the WWE and that was to be the best. When this got taken away from me, I felt like my heart broke into a million pieces. But I knew once I was coming back that this was number one on my mind. Because there's nothing that's going to stop me from living my dreams and my dreams are to be the best here in the WWE. To be the best, you have to have this, you have to have the WWE women's championship. I proved that tonight. I prove that every single week when I come out here that I was born to do this. Some people aren't born into this but I was born to be here in the WWE, to be the best. I don't think I'll probably be able to eat for a week but I did it. I proved yet again that Sasha Banks is the boss of this division and this is not going anywhere anytime soon."
Banks won the title from Charlotte in the main event of Monday Night Raw this week, her second title win since coming up to the main roster. It certainly looks like the only reason she dropped the title was an injury that wasn't as bad as expected and now that she's healthy, WWE went back to its original plans. That could include a feud with Bayley and, not to get excited too quickly, but a Banks vs. Bayley title match at WrestleMania looks like a real possibility.