Sasha Banks Net Worth

Net Worth:$4 Million
Date of Birth: January 26, 1992 (32 years old)
Profession:Professional Wrestler and Actress
Nationality:Fairfield, California, U.S.

What is Sasha Banks’s net worth? How does Sasha Banks make her money? Below is the current net worth of Sasha Banks and how Sasha Banks makes her money.

What is Sasha Banks’s Net Worth?

Sasha Banks is an American Professional wrestler and actress who has a net worth of $4 million. During her fruitful independent career journey, she won the Women’s Championship of Chaotic Wrestling which paved way for her involvement in the 2012 WWE.

At first, Sasha was among the NXT brand it took her an interval of three years before she moved to their main listing which occurred in 2015, she then had a chance to participate in the inauguration of a match meant for women only. The match served as the main occasion of the NXT Takeover.

Also, the match was regarded as the longest-ever and the first Iron Woman match in the history of WWE. It also received an award as the Match of the year because of the huge impact it created on “Pro Wrestling Illustrated”. Sasha was named Woman of the Year by the same publication.

Sasha Banks participated in the Raw Women’s Championship and took five victories back home. She subsequently made a name and a record in history by working alongside Charlotte Flair in becoming the first female to co-headline a WWE pay-per-view event.

She was honored by “Sports Illustrated” as the Wrestler of the Year to close off 2020 and  In 2021, Sasha made several tweets mainly about LeBron James and Simone Biles.

Early Life

Justine Kaestner-Cardano was born in Fairfield, California, on January 26, 1992. She was groomed in a family who had a deep affection for entertainment. The likes of Daz Dillinger’s, Snoop Dogg, Brandy Norwood, and Ray J were relations of Sasha.

Mercedes was raised in a nonracial family coupled with visionary siblings who later immigrated to Minnesota. She eventually participated in the neighborhood wrestling scene after Sasha and her family members moved to Boston.

While growing up, Mercedes was greatly impressed by All Japan Women’s Pro-Wrestling and subsequently attended an online school.


In 2008, Sasha’s career kick-started when she started her training and gained experience at Chaotic Wrestling in Massachusetts. She started wrestling under the alias “Mercedes VK.” During her early career days, she worked closely with Nikki Roxx in a number of team matches and lost a match with Danny E in her 2010 solo debut.

Alongside Nikki Roxx, Sasha triumphed when she defeated Alexxis in a tag-team match in 2011.

She then emerged as the longest-reigning Chaotic Women’s Wrestling Champion in history, and made her final appearance in Chaotic Wrestling in 2012, losing to Ivy Fit, although by then she had set her sights on loftier objectives.

During this time, Sasha also competed in independent wrestling organizations including the National Wrestling Alliance and the New England Championship Wrestling, occasionally going by the ring moniker “Miss Mercedes.”

In late 2014, there was a rumor ravaging everywhere that Sasha was frustrated with the WWE while suffering from depression. She then requested an offer to be released from her contract but was denied by McMahon.

Sasha Banks then took a break to give her career a rethink, she was then suspended for a period of time and returned back to WWE to continue her competition.


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