Sonya Deville made her return to WWE television back in January of this year in non-wrestling role, and she has been a mainstay of Monday Night RAW and Friday Night Smackdown alongside Adam Pearce as a WWE official. Deville has also been training for a return to the squared circle for a while now. She really enjoys her place as a figurehead on WWE television, but Deville also has her eye on an in-ring return.

Sonya Deville last competed at SummerSlam last year where she lost a loser leaves WWE match to Mandy Rose. She also had a lot to deal with in her personal life during that time as she faced terrible stalker experience.

While speaking to Darren Paltrowitz, Sonya Deville made it clear that she plans on making a return to the squared circle and that she wants to challenge for the Smackdown Women’s Title when Deville makes a comeback.

I definitely feel like I just scratched the surface. I haven’t even gotten started. I started with this company [WWE] when I was 21, I’m 27 now and I plan on being here for as long as they’ll allow me to be. I wanna do so much more and you know, eventually get back in the ring and win the SmackDown Women’s Championship one day so…


We will have to wait and see just when Sonya Deville makes her return to the squared circle. She is ready for that in-ring return, one that the company has pushed back a few times at this point. Obviously, her role as an authority figure on screen keeps her in the public eye, but the SmackDown Women’s Title is still a very attractive goal.

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h/t to POST Wrestling for the quotes

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