• Superstar reappears in front of cameras for the first time in more than four months
  • Deville had lost his job in a match against Mandy Rose at SummerSlam 2020

During the Friday Night SmackDown broadcasts via FOX, superstar Sonya Deville reappeared on the blue show’s programming for the first time since August 2020.

The first SmackDown show in 2021 anticipated a host of surprises for the new year. One of them was the sudden return of Sonya Deville to the company’s programming. The competitor walked the halls of the Tropicana Field Center, attracting the attention of the other superstars. The intentions of this reappearance are still not clear, which could be explained in the next few weeks.

Sonya Deville left WWE at SummerSlam 2020

Sonya Deville’s last appearance was on August 23 at the SummerSlam 2020 pay-per-view. The superstar faced Mandy Rose in a match without disqualification, where it was ruled that the loser would have to leave WWE. This encounter ended with Mandy defeating her former “Fire and Desire” partner on the count of three. Deville was forced to leave the company, which makes her presence on this week’s episode all the more interesting.

Sonya Deville found herself in a legal battle against a stalker

Of course, the reasons cited above are narrated in a kayfabe context. Several sources assured that the true cause of this extensive absence of Deville was the extensive legal process that was forced to carry out against a stalker. Deville suffered an attempted kidnapping several weeks before SummerSlam and quickly chose to take action in court against the subject who invaded his private property.

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