Monday Night Raw women's star Bayley has no issues with the feud between herself and Sasha Banks taking time to pick up, although fans have expressed frustration.
The two females, who have history stemming from NXT, are embroiled in a story which has been building up for the last few months. Things seemed to peak after a dressing-room brawl back in March. Bayley betraying Banks by throwing her out of a Battle Royal ahead of WrestleMania suggested that the feud was really going to hot up.
Things recently took a confusing turn, however, with Bayley helping Banks out in a triple-threat match against Ruby Riott and Ember Moon last Monday. The WWE Universe have been left perplexed given the recent development, as well as frustrated with the extremely slow boil.
Speaking in an exclusive on the Sky Sports Lock Up podcast, Bayley admitted that she likes the way the feud is picking up pace, noting that it's how she remembers wrestling while growing up.
"When I was a kid watching wrestling that's kind of how it was," she pointed out.
"You had these long feuds and storylines and you just got more and more interested and you wanted to see where it was going to go. You wanted to see the big blow-off match and I like that stuff because that's what I grew up watching.
"There are so many people on the roster, there's so much going on and there's so much content that we sometimes rush through things so maybe that's what we get used to and what we're expecting.
"I'm pretty happy with it. I'm a fan still but I'm not a viewer so perhaps I see it differently but I really enjoy what's going on. It's fun and I think it's going well."
There is a real chance for a massive showdown between the pair at SummerSlam on August 19 in Brooklyn though. Things could point to that direction as the beef progresses.
Bayley, for one, is hoping it unfolds that way.
"That would be incredible," she said regarding the potential match-up. "Any time I get to wrestle Sasha, I always want to do it. For SummerSlam to be in that building, I don't know if I would be able to hold my tears back, but I'd love to do it.
"That's a goal. Hopefully we can do it."