Sasha Banks told Vince McMahon that she quit WWE after WrestleMania 35. She lost her passion for the business, among other things. Vince McMahon denied that release request, as he is known to do, and he told her to think it over instead.
Boston Wrestling MWF’s Dan Mirade recently had John Cena’s father on the program, and he was very opinionated about Boston’s own Sasha Banks. He said that WWE should have fired her if she refused to do a job, and Vince should have released her when she quit after WrestleMania 35.
“If she refused to do the job [lose a match] or does the job and then says, ‘I’m gonna quit,’ in the words of the great Vince McMahon, I would say, ‘You don’t have to quit, you’re fired.’”
“You know what, let me put it to you this way. Vince is a very intelligent man, he’s not where he is by being a fool. To give her what he gave her, that extension on time [additional time off after the 30-day agreement], says a lot about the man recognizing the talent.”
Sasha Banks did tell Vince McMahon that she quit, but then she changed her mind. She took far longer than the 30 days that he gave her to think it over. In the end, Banks returned to WWE where she is still The Boss.