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Amanda Saccomanno WWE Mandy Rose

At WWE SummerSlam 2020, Mandy Rose defeated Sonya Deville in a No Disqualification “Loser Leaves WWE” Match. As of this moment, Deville is no longer a part of the current SmackDown roster.



On the latest edition of WWE’s The Bump, Mandy Rose was featured as a guest. She talked about her SummerSlam match in detail and also revealed what the future holds for her on WWE SmackDown.

The Golden Goddess said that she is ready to move one step forward and challenge the SmackDown Women’s Champion on the Blue Brand.

Bayley is the current SmackDown Women’s Champion, and it would be an obvious direction for the Blue Brand’s biggest female babyface to aim for the top title.


Kayla Braxton also asked Mandy Rose whether she would consider being involved in the Women’s Tag Team Division at this stage, and The Golden Goddess didn’t think it’s completely out of the picture yet:Sonya Deville and Mandy Rose

“Yeah, honestly I’m not gonna say no in the future for you know, being in a Tag Team obviously, but for now I really want to focus on a singles career.”

Sonya Deville’s WWE status after loss to Mandy Rose

Sonya Deville certainly was not too pleased after she lost to Mandy Rose at SummerSlam. WWE had a chance to catch up with her backstage later in the night.

Sonya Deville may have hinted at a major change, but for now, taking some time off from the company may be a good idea for her.

After all, the reason behind changing the stipulation from a “Hair vs. Hair” bout to a “Loser Leaves WWE” match at SummerSlam is related to Deville’s attempted kidnapping incident at home, as reported by Dave Meltzer.

Deville’s departure from the company also brings an end to her long-running onscreen feud with Mandy Rose, which allows The Golden Goddess to move up ranks on SmackDown.