Sonya Deville feels very strong about her feud with Mandy Rose.
The former best friends turned bitter enemies have engaged in a rivalry based on jealousy and personality with Deville tired of sharing the spotlight with Rose. Deville has gotten the better of Rose in the ring on two occasions, but rivalry doesn't appear to be slowing down.
"If you look back at the relationship, everything has always been about Mandy," said Deville during an in-character segment on WWE's The Bump. "She's been selfish from day one. I've always been second-fiddle. It's not by choice, it's just what happens when you're around Mandy Rose. She can't be in a room and not be the center of attention. A specific moment? I would say when I carried her up the ladder in Money in the Bank and she still didn't grab the belt. And wasn't grateful that I gave her my opportunity in Money in the Bank. A very dumb decision, but you live and learn."
She continued, "This is five years in the making. This isn't Bayley-Sasha, 'I hate my best friend because we fight over stupid stuff.' No, I hate her because she actually ruined my life. In return, it's called karma, I have to ruin her life. Fair is fair."
Teaming with Dolph Ziggler, Deville defeated Mandy & Otis on the May 22 episode of WWE SmackDown. Deville also has a singles victory over Mandy on SmackDown as well.
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