Sonya Deville Wants To ‘Destroy’ Mandy Rose And Turn WWE’s Women’s Division Upside Down

Sonya Deville says she's going to turn WWE women's division upside down.

In the eyes of many fans, Sonya Deville has been the breakout star of WWE's women's division in 2020. After breaking away from Mandy Rose, she continues to evolve her character and show more aggression and more aptitude on the microphone.

Speaking with Newsweek, the former WWE Tough Enough competitor opened up about her rivalry with her former partner Mandy Rose and says she's looking to put the nail in the coffin of that rivalry regardless of where the match takes place and whatever the stipulation may be.

"I don't care what the stipulation is. I don't care what kind of matches or where it is, I'm gonna end Mandy Rose," Deville said. "I should have put the nail on the coffin a couple weeks ago. I thought she was down and out after the haircut, but clearly she has a little bit more fight, which honestly I was shocked by, but once I'm done with her I'm gonna move on with my life—move on to bigger and better things and go get the championship."

She would later say in the interview that she is going to destroy Mandy, “I'm going to destroy Mandy Rose, I'm going to end her career. I don't want her anywhere near me. I don't want her in the same division as me. I don't want her anywhere near my life, even in this conversation right now—like, I'm so sick of hearing you bring up her name. I'm the star now, I get the ratings, I trend every single week. It's about Sonya Deville. It's my time, this is my world we're living in now, so anyone who wants to be in my division, they need to open up their eyes and respect me because in a matter of months, in a matter of months I will be running this show."

Deville recently told SmackDown Women's Champion Bayley that the only reason she has all the gold is that she has yet to step into the ring with her and Deville says that once she gets the championship, she will give the women's division something it has never seen before.

"I'm going to turn this place upside down," Deville said. "I'm gonna give this women's division something that it's never seen before, something fresh, something new and you're gonna see the most undeniable dominant champion you've ever seen. That's a promise."

To read the full interview, click here.

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