Sonya Deville, also known by her real name Daria Rae Berenato, was born on September 24, 1993, in Shamong Township, New Jersey, USA.
She is 28 years old and holds American citizenship. Her zodiac sign is Libra, and her background is unknown.
Sonya is a Christian and has two sisters whose names are not disclosed. Little is known about her parents, siblings, and childhood.
She studied at Seneca High School in Tabernacle, New Jersey, and started training in mixed martial arts at 16.
Sonya Deville Height & Weight
As per the bio graphy mask, Sonya Deville stands at 5 feet 7 inches and weighs 59 kg. She has hazel eyes as well as dark brown hair, but no further information about her other body measurements is available.
Her Relationships Details
Sonya Deville is openly lesbian and has a relationship with Arianna Johnson, an Instagram personality. The exact start date of their relationship is unknown, but they are in a happy union.
They often share photos on their personal Instagram accounts. In the past, Sonya dated Bikini Diva Pro Christina in 2015, but the couple broke up the following year. She also dated model Zahra Schreiber from 2016 to 2018.
Her Career Highlights
MMA: Deville made her MMA debut in March 2015 against Jasmine Pouncy at the University of MMA. She also faced Megan Wallance but emerged victorious via a unanimous decision.
Wrestling: She made her ring debut in December 2015 against Nia Jax at an NXT event. In November 2017, she made her RAW debut as part of the trio with Mandy Rose and Paige. They dominated the women’s division and took down Absolution the following week.
Her first broadcast match was with Absolution defeating Bayley, Mickie James, and Sasha Banks at Tribute to the Troops. She competed in the Royal Rumble and placed 10th, as well as being a participant in the first women’s Elimination Chamber match.
After Paige retired due to neck issues, Deville was promoted to SmackDown General Manager. In the 2018 Superstar Shake-up, she and Mandy Rose were moved from RAW to SmackDown.
Acting: Deville has also acted in various projects, including a lead role in the 2013 film The Honour and appearing in the 2012 TV show Tattoo Nightmares.