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Sonya Deville Drops Major Hint About Returning to WWE Raw

Sonya Deville (Via WWE/Twitter)

The latest episode of RAW featured a Women’s World Championship Battle Royal following Rhea Ripley’s title vacation due to an injury. Notable names like Becky Lynch, Liv Morgan, Nia Jax, and Shayna Baszler were set to compete for the coveted title. Amidst this anticipation, Sonya Deville, a former Champion in WWE, hinted at a possible return to the ring after a lengthy absence. Her last match dates back to the July 28 episode of SmackDown, making her potential comeback an exciting prospect for fans.

Deville’s response to WWE’s post about the battle royal sparked speculation about her imminent return, considering the typical recovery timeline for an ACL injury, which ranges from six to nine months.

Sonya Deville (Via WWE/Twitter)

As Deville nears the end of this recovery period, fans are eager to witness her comeback. Previously partnered with Chelsea Green as one-half of the Women’s Tag Team Champions, Deville’s injury led to her replacement by Piper Niven. Despite the setback, Deville found personal joy in marrying her partner, Toni Cassano, marking a significant milestone in her life.

The wrestling community is abuzz with anticipation regarding Deville’s potential return to the ring. Given her previous accomplishments and the strong fan following she commands, her comeback could bring a fresh dynamic to the WWE terrain. As fans eagerly await further developments, Deville’s cryptic hint has added an element of intrigue to the upcoming events on RAW. The unfolding drama surrounding her return will undoubtedly charm audiences and add an exciting twist to the ongoing narrative within professional wrestling.

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