As Pride month comes to an end, Sonya Deville is opening up about representing WWE on behalf of and within the LGBTQ+ community throughout the year.
The Devil talks to SiriusXM’s busted open radio It’s about representing WWE and the LGBTQ+ community throughout the year, not just during Pride Month. Discussing the fan reception the Devil seems to have received in total, he said:
“I mean, you’re always going to have haters, and you’ll always have people who love and accept you, and you’ll have people who don’t. It’s something that comes with the territory. But it’s trying to make sure we expand the community and spread the message of awareness and acceptance and inclusion. My platform in WWE is something that’s really important to me because (like you said) the fight never ends, you know.
“There are people out there who are still not accepting of the LBGTQ+ community. I think it is very important to spread a positive message and have visual representation in WWE. So that today’s youth who want to become professional wrestlers or in sports entertainment want to stay, they can look at me and say, ‘Oh, well, if she can do it. Then I can do it.’ It’s much broader than that; it starts in sports entertainment, what I’m doing in WWE. It goes across the board, and we have such a huge social media and digital footprint that I think the use of this platform And it’s important to use and spread a positive message.
Sonya Deville recently opened up about her growing business venture to open a brick and mortar donut shop with another popular WWE star, NXT 2.0’s Mandy Rose.
Sonya Deville is currently at 0-9-0 for 2022, oh! You can view all the win/loss records on the WWE Women’s roster by clicking here.
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