Sonya Deville shows a bad wound
by SIMONE BRUGNOLI | VIEW 1188
During the night, WWE staged its first major PPV of the year, the Royal Rumble, with obviously also the two matches that gave the event its name many years ago. However, during the contest dedicated to women and won by Rhea Ripley, there was a bad injury that not all fans noticed, with Sonya Deville who came out really battered from the contest, after a bad face to face with Asuka, on her return after weeks of absence from the WWE rings.
After entering at number 27 and eliminating NXT's Indi Hartwell, Sonya Deville was attacked and eliminated by Japan's Asuka, who returned with the same facepaint as KANA in Japan. With the bad kick taken in the face by Asuka, in addition to being eliminated, Sonya Deville also received a very nasty cut above her left eye, which the girl showed on her Instagram profile during the evening.
We advise those with a weak stomach not to continue reading, because the photo posted by Sonya herself is really raw. In her speech below her, the girl also commented with the phrase: "I'm a beast."
Backstage news on Sonya Deville
For the past two years, Sonya Deville has had to battle a stalker who even sneaked into her home, with the boy's pending trial recently concluded.
During a recent interview with Forbes, the former WWE official was asked how she is now after so much time has passed since the incident and she explained that she still hasn't fully understood how she feels about it, although the case is now been archived.
"I don't think I've figured it out yet. I feel like I'm taking it a little bit from day to day and trying to figure out where the Edge is," Sonya Deville admitted. "I mean, at the end of the day, I've chosen to be in the spotlight and I've chosen to share my story and my journey with fans because I think it might help.
I remember when I was 19, 20 years old, I wasn't comfortable with my s*xuality, and I kind of wanted that representation in the public eye. I'm proud of that." Over the last several months Sonya Deville has slowly but steadily been getting more microphone time.
"To be honest, I get a lot of freedom. I'm blessed that... you know, I think it's one of those things where once you prove yourself and they know that you can talk, uh, who knows your character and your thoughts better than yourself? I've had really cool creative liberties to work with the writers and come up with some cool stuff and kind of say what I'm feeling the last few months."