It’s been a long while since Sonya Deville has competed and a report has now surfaced that states she could be in a match at the Money in the Bank (MITB) pay-per-view.
Sonya Deville Wrestling In MITB Match?
While Sonya Deville has been on WWE TV, she hasn’t been in the squared circle since SummerSlam 2020. Could that all change as of this Sunday?
— Sonya Bayley – WWE Fan 🐑🌈 (@SDevilleLive) July 13, 2021
Reports surfaced a while back that Sonya was supposed to return to the ring at WrestleMania. Those plans seemingly were pushed back.
As per the report, Deville has been “penciled” into the Women’s MITB bout. It’ll be very interesting to see how she ends up getting into it considering all talents are currently confirmed.
Sonya Deville And Her MITB Match Return
The fans are bound to go wild if Sonya Deville returns to action this Sunday. After all, she’s played a “backstage” onscreen role for quite some time now.
Deville left WWE television after SummerSlam 2020. She was dealing with an awful stalker situation at the time.
She returned in January 2021 as a “WWE Official” alongside Adam Pierce. However, she has yet to jump into competition.
If Sonya ends up back in the ring, which brand would she wrestle on? Will she get drafted, when the time comes?
Speaking of, WWE has its annual draft. It’s a fun time of year where the rosters of Monday Night RAW and Friday Night SmackDown get shaken up!
Fans love the WWE draft. However, there’s word the company is pushing back the dates for this.
Big Change To WWE Draft
Who’s excited about the 2021 Draft? It’s always interesting to see where WWE talents end up when all is said and done.
Originally, this year’s draft was supposed to take place on Monday, August 30th, and Friday, September 3rd. It sounds like it will now be pushed back to sometime in October.
The Mat Men Pro Wrestling podcast’s Andrew Zarian recently tweeted out some information. According to him, October 4th is the new date.
So hearing some changes.
Previous had reported the draft would take place 8/31 & 9/3. Hearing it’s getting delayed by a month.
I was just told a 10/4 date but not sure if that’s night one or two
So the possible dates now are:
— Andrew Zarian (@AndrewZarian) July 13, 2021
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No second date was offered. Assuming that October 4th is the date for RAW, as this is a Monday, then SmackDown’s might be on October 8th.
However, the WWE consistently likes to change things, so those dates aren’t written in stone. The company could decide to make the 2021 Draft a one-night event.
Then again, they could decide to make SmackDown’s draft date before RAW’s. This would be Friday, October 1st.
Switching things up would be intriguing at this point. After all, Team Blue doing their draft first has not been done for a while.
It’s important to note that this has not been confirmed as of yet. There’s still a chance that the dates could be moved up, or pushed even further back.
WNZ fans will have to stay tuned around all this. It’ll be interesting to see what the WWE will do.