BOSTON, Oct. 27 (UPI) -- WWE Raw Women's Champion Sasha Banks see's her upcoming Hell in a Cell match against Charlotte as history in the making.
"I think it all came with due time," Banks said to For The Win Wednesday ahead of her co-main event bout Sunday against Charlotte which takes place for the first time in the women's division inside the Hell in a Cell structure.
"The fans want the women to do exactly what the guys do. It's not like I went up to them (WWE officials) and said, 'Give me this match.' This is what the fans have been waiting for as far as equalizing things with the men," she continued.
"There are no barriers with male superstars. Just like they are, we're superstars and now we get to go out and prove it just like them."
Banks and Charlotte have developed a fierce rivalry since July when Banks defeated the self-proclaimed genetically superior athlete for the Raw Women's Championship. The pair have since exchanged victories and the title multiple times.
"I plan to keep this women's championship for a very long time – until I retire," The Boss said of her title.
"I know what it takes to be the champion. More interviews, the busier schedule. I understand the responsibilities. That's what I signed up for and what I plan to keep doing. I have to do it better than John Cena because he's the best in the company, right?"
Sunday's Hell in a Cell also features two other main events inside the steel structure including Roman Reigns defending his United States Championship against Rusev and Kevin Owens putting his WWE Universal Championship on the line against Seth Rollins.