Sasha Banks is one of the most accomplished superstars in the WWE today, so you'd expect her to receive a fairly high rating in the WWE 2K20 video game.
After all, we're talking about a four-time Women's Champion who also made history when she faced Charlotte Flair in the very first women's Hell in a Cell match back in 2016. Instead, the Legit Boss was handed a mere rating of 80, and she took to Twitter to voice her dissatisfaction.
Of course, Banks could just be playing in her heel role her. Perhaps she doesn't care a tiny bit about her rating. Her resume speaks for itself, and one can argue that she deserves a rating of 85 or higher.
Banks returned from a four-month hiatus back in August, and she entered a program with Raw Women's Champion Becky Lynch. Banks lost to "The Man" at the Clash of Champions and Hell in a Cell pay-per-views, but the latter match can certainly be considered the best of Banks' career up to this point.
Banks suffered a back injury during last Sunday's match against Lynch, and she had to be pulled from a couple of weekend shows. She was moved over to the SmackDown Live brand during Friday's WWE draft, which likely means the end of her short but successful feud with Lynch.
It'll be interesting to see what happens with Banks here on the SmackDown brand. Her best friend, Bayley, also pulled off a complete heel turn. Both have succeeded in pulling off the villainous roles up to this point.
Banks Deserves A Higher Rating
Given her multiple championship reigns and influence in the women's division, it's a surprise that Banks earned a low rating of 80. She's one of the most accomplished wrestlers in the WWE right now, and it's hard to understand why she didn't receive a higher grade. But at the end of the day, it's only a video game, and it doesn't reflect what she's done up to this point.