Sasha Banks is widely recognized as one of the greatest female professional wrestlers of all time, thanks to her extraordinary talents in the ring. Her abrupt exit from WWE RAW in the previous year became a hot topic of discussion, causing a surge of conjecture and gossip. Subsequently, Banks debuted in NJPW and is now their women’s champion there. Recently, Mone was also spotted at the red carpet event for ‘The Mandalorian’ and fans loved seeing her there.

In a memorable moment at the NJPW Battle At The Valley, Mercedes Mone bravely stepped up to challenge KAIRI for the IWGP Women’s Championship and ultimately emerged victorious, claiming the coveted title for herself. 

Mone was a part of Disney+’s Star Wars: The Mandalorian, where she portrayed the role of Koska Reeves in season 2 of the series. She even performed some pro wrestling moves, which impressed fans.

At the red carpet event for ‘The Mandalorian,’ Mone proudly displayed her IWGP Women’s Championship, but it was her attention-grabbing strapless jumpsuit made of black latex and shiny blue fabric that caused a stir on social media. Mone even had an encounter with the well-known wrestling enthusiast and actress Rosario Dawson, who also appeared in the second season of the popular Disney+ series.


This is the way! #TheMandalorian @njpw1972@rosariodawson

Mone will not be featured in the upcoming third season of the Disney+ series. Mercedes Mone also does not rule out making a return to WWE in the future. It remains to be seen if she will return to WWE in the future. In the meantime, keep checking back with Ringside News for more.

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