Sasha Banks No Longer Being Advertised For Raw Reunion

Sasha Banks was previously advertised for the upcoming July 22 Monday Night Raw reunion in Tampa Bay, but it doesn't sound like The Legit Boss will be making a grand return after all.

As pointed out by Ringside News and other outlets, Banks has been pulled from advertising for next week's show, which suggests that she won't be among the many returning superstars for the reunion special.

A large portion of WWE legends have been confirmed for the show, including D-Generation X, Hulk Hogan, Ric Flair, Booker T and 'Stone Cold' Steve Austin, among others.

The Amalie Arena - the site of the Raw reunion - has two matches listed on its website: Roman Reigns vs. Shane McMahon and Seth Rollins and Becky Lynch vs. Baron Corbin and Lacey Evans in an Extreme Rules rematch.

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Now, it's possible that Banks will end up making a surprise return next Monday anyway. Perhaps WWE just removed her name in order to keep us in suspense, but right now, there aren't any indications that the former Raw Women's Champion is about to make an unexpected return.

Related: Sasha Banks Trains In Japan Ahead Of WWE Return

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Banks has been on hiatus from WWE since WrestleMania 35, which took place three months ago. Banks and Bayley dropped the Women's Tag Team Championships to The IIconics, and it was initially reported that Banks was unhappy with the booking decision and wanted to quit WWE.

However, Tom Colohue recently reported that Banks is in "continual contact" with WWE, and that her absence isn't "considered as anything too out of the ordinary." All signs point to Banks returning to WWE at some point, but it's anybody's guess when that time will come.

What This Means

Even if Banks doesn't return for this week's episode of Raw, there are plenty of big-named superstars that promise to make the show memorable. If Banks isn't back next Monday, perhaps we'll see her anticipated return at the Aug. 11 SummerSlam pay-per-view. It's only a matter of time until she finally makes a comeback, so we just have to stay patient.

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