We all want to look our best, and Sasha Banks is no exception. The difference is: some of us are willing (and have the means) to undergo cosmetic surgery enhancement. Did Sasha Banks get plastic surgery to maintain her hot looks?
Biography - A Short Wiki
Sasha was born on January 26th, 1992 in Fairfield, California as Mercedes Kaestner-Varnado. Her family moved a lot to accommodate special needs of her disabled brother. Banks’ ancestry is German and African-American. She started early with professional wrestling and studied online in order to save time. Sasha joined WWE in 2012. Her previous nicknames were Miss Mercedes and Mercedes KV. Fun fact: she’s a cousin of Snoop Dogg.
We have gathered all body measurements and statistics of Sasha Banks, including bra size, cup size, shoe size, height, body shape, and weight.
|Height||1.65 m, 5’5” (feet & inches)|
|Weight||52 kg, 113 pounds|
|Cup Size (US)||Cup Size B|
|Shoe Size (US)||8|
|Dress Size (US)||4|
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Plastic Surgery Pics
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Quotes by Sasha Banks
"Back in the day when I started on the independent scene, guys would not watch women's matches, and if they did, they would do it to make fun of us."
"First-ever woman to have an iron-man match. It's been such a long time, to be the second woman ever to main event a Raw."
"It's really cool to see how many people try to imitate me or wear my stuff. I get a lot of Instagram videos of people doing my entrance. I think that's so cool. To see the variety of people, little girls, guys, doing it. I never really thought that would happen. It's amazing."
"I always try to outdo the guys. It doesn't matter who you are. Even Sami Zayn - I want to have a better match than Sami Zayn, and he is absolutely incredible. I knew at a very young age that I wanted to change the definition of what it is to be a Diva and what it is to be a woman's wrestler."
"I remember looking up wrestling schools at the age of 10, and I emailed so many people. The responses were that I had to be 16 or 18 to train, and that was a bummer."