The trailer for the new season of Star Wars: The Mandalorian got a dose of “Boss Time” thanks to an appearance from WWE superstar Sasha Banks.
Banks shared the trailer via her Twitter along with the caption, “This is the way!” (Banks shows up at around the 48-second mark in the trailer below.)
The new season of The Mandalorian starts streaming Friday, October 30, only on Disney+. The Mandalorian and the Child continue their journey, facing enemies ...
While little is know about Banks’ role in The Mandalorian, “Wrestling Twitter” understandably freaked out once they saw “The Boss” in the trailer. Here are some of the best reactions.
I can't wait for non-wrestling people to witness the awesome power of a fully armed and operational Sasha Banks pic.twitter.com/NkVucz0UXM
Okay. It was fuzzy in the Twitter version, but confirmed.SASHA BANKS: LEGIT JEDI pic.twitter.com/lZWYetxLjm
Sasha Banks in #TheMandalorian pic.twitter.com/MYPx8m1Vtx
If that's Sasha Banks in the Mandalorian trailer, I hope she gets to enter this ring and contend for the women's title belt pic.twitter.com/PsCQJptCoX
THAT'S SASHA BANKSSASHA BANKS IS IN THE MANDALORIANWAT pic.twitter.com/EfzpjawiI7
Sasha Banks in The Mandalorian season 2 trailer is just so cool.Part of me suspects WWE is bringing her back so soon because they want to maximize the exposure of her being on such a popular show. This will get her a lot of exposure outside the wrestling world. pic.twitter.com/GaaukMYfKo
I know everyone's already posted it but I don't care, this is a badass shot. #WWE #DisneyPlus Sasha Banks in season two of The Mandalorian. pic.twitter.com/9s3IxpSHNJ
I know I'm following the right people because the Mandalorian trailer hit this morning and all anyone on my feed is talking about is Sasha Banks. pic.twitter.com/xoADJf8PlB
They made Sasha Banks a Jedi!??? BRUH!!! #MandalorianSeason2 #Mandalorian pic.twitter.com/wACglwroRX
Confirmed via Disney+: That's Sasha Banks in the new 'The Mandalorian' trailer #TheMandalorian https://t.co/HXKnjL1PhH pic.twitter.com/IgBFWzKXT3
All you mandalorian fans.....stan Sasha Banks!!!!! #TheMandalorian pic.twitter.com/ePOQTuN9Ob
Inject Sasha Banks in the Mandalorian trailer directly into my veins, please pic.twitter.com/vFTOUqUUyx
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