Sonya Deville starts a new business

Sonya Deville has been wrestling under the WWE banner since 2015

by Simone Brugnoli
Sonya Deville starts a new business

The love story between Sonya Deville, Mandy Rose and the famous "donuts" is about to reach another level that will lead the two to become business partners. In fact, for the uninitiated, these two best friends, during the various tours with the WWE, decided to try a lot of glazed donuts in all the cities they have been, to determine which were the best, also starting a series on YouTube named "DaMandyz Donutz", which then became a brand that also developed merchandising and allowed the two to do some tours where they met fans.

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According to Sean Ross Sapp of Fightful Select, Sonya Deville was listed internally on the run sheet for WWE RAW as accompanying Nikki A.S.H. to the ring in her match against Alexa Bliss, but it never happened.

Presumably, this would have been done to continue Deville's current rivalry with Bliss. But now they are finally ready to open their first donut store in Los Angeles and Sonya Deville told it in an interview with Forbes magazine.

“So, me and Mandy Rose, who is also a WWE superstar and my former tag team partner and best friend, own a donut company. We started some sort of social media donut show five, six years ago, and we saw it piqued people's interest and people were interested in watching us eating donuts talk about it.

And so we started a series on YouTube, a few years ago, where we toured the world for WWE, and in whatever city we were, we tried the local donut shop and then rated them. And it became something we didn't think it would become, and our fans loved it and it was super fun and lighthearted, just something that allowed us to interact with the fans,” she explained.

Then she continued talking about the shop: “And in the end we said to ourselves: 'Wait, we've tasted all the donuts in America. Why don't we create our donut line and make it super faithful to what we like in a donut? 'Because at this point we have become like donut enthusiasts.

And here comes our baby, DaMandyz Donutz. We have a website,, where we sell a lot of cool and fun merch. But now we're launching our first official donut commercial in Los Angeles. And I'm revealing it here in preview, but it will be available through the delivery service.

So you guys will be able to go to your food delivery app - I won't reveal which one yet - and order DaMandyz Donutz, probably within the next few months, for sure." While it's very clear that Sonya Deville's role as a WWE official has run its course, there should be nothing standing in her way to climb up the RAW or SmackDown women's division over the course of the next couple of months.

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