The COVID-19 pandemic has completely changed our way of life. Many people are having a hard time, although others try to see the bright side. One of them is Sasha Banks, who was recently interviewed on the Normal Not Normal podcast and pointed out that the pandemic has improved her quality of life due to the road trips that she no longer has to do almost every day of the week.
You have no idea how much I think that has changed my career. It really has changed my career a lot, said Sasha Banks. I was driving five or six hours to different states every day. But we’re not just talking about driving, I’m also talking about flying, early in the morning, and also fighting. I hit my body, get into a car, I drive five hours and I get to the hotel may be at four in the morning. I sleep until 12, I exercise, I eat and I do the same thing. That takes its toll on your body.
Now comes the time for television, where it’s crazy to start, he continued. You don’t know what’s going to happen Vince might give you a push but you have no idea. You could have a 10-minute match a five-minute match nothing or a 20-minute segment. Then you go home, do your laundry. and you get back on the road. Now luckily I live in Florida, and doing that is once a week. I feel like a part-time worker. My body is in the best shape it’s ever been in.
I sleep great. My fights have more quality and my body feels incredible. Currently, Sasha Banks is in a rivalry with Carmella. Everything indicates that she will defend her SmackDown Women’s Championship very soon, possibly at the Royal Rumble.