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Bayley DQ’d vs. Sasha Banks, Retains SmackDown Women’s Title on WWE SmackDown | Bleacher Report

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Sasha Banks beat former friend Bayley by disqualification on Friday night’s WWE draft episode of SmackDown, resulting in Bayley retaining the SmackDown Women’s Championship.

Bayley intentionally got herself disqualified to retain the title after illegally using a steel chair. After the match, Banks turned the tide on Bayley and attacked her with multiple chair shots before the champ escaped the ring.

After months of the pair running the WWE women’s division on both SmackDown and Raw, things started to deteriorate when Banks dropped the Raw women’s title to Asuka at SummerSlam after Bayley failed to return the favor by helping her friend as The Legit Boss had done for her earlier in the night.

Bayley and Banks then dropped the WWE Women’s Tag Team Championships to Shayna Baszler and Nia

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Syracuse Women’s Lacrosse Commits Attacker Ryann Banks

Syracuse Women’s Lacrosse picked up another attacker in Ryann Banks. Banks goes to McIntosh High School and plays for Big 4 HHH. 

When asked “Why Syracuse?” Banks brings a very unique perspective with her answer.

“Well one of the questions my family goes through in the recruiting process is ‘If I blew out my knee freshman year, which school would I feel the most comfortable at?,” Banks said. 

In essence, Banks is thinking outside of lacrosse, which school she would truly want to live out her collegiate years at the most, a smart and mature way of thinking from someone her age. 

“Syracuse was my option for that just because the atmosphere was so great…we grew up there and it just feels like home to me when I’m there,” Banks said. 

Banks said that she was drawn to play for Syracuse because of the team and the coaches. 

On the

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