Most of you may know her as formerly one half of Fire and Desire, but I first met her while she was competing at the University of MMA. Daria Berenato aka WWE Superstar Sonya Deville has made it be well known that not only is a she powerfully skilled fighter and superstar in the squared circle, but that she wants to dawn the cowl of the DC Entertainment and LGBTQ+ Super Heroine Batwoman in The CW franchise.
With the departure of Ruby Rose, it is primed for a new heroine and Deville is more than qualified to do so, as she came out publicly as a lesbian in on the WWE series Tough Enough.
On top of all of that Deville appears on the new Quibi series WWE’s ‘Fight Like a Girl’. This a 10-episode reality series, premiered on the short-form mobile platform Quibi on Monday, June 8, 2020. In each episode of Fight Like a Girl, Stephanie McMahon pairs a WWE Superstar with a young woman struggling with a personal issue that has been holding her back.
We caught up with our old friend, about being a WWE Superstar, the desire to dawn the cowl of the an LGBTQ+ Superheroine in the Arrowverse, what it mean to mentor this young woman who came out to her parents and how she plans on dealing with former best friend and tag team partner, Mandy Rose.
Check out the trailer for Fight Like a Girl below and listen to the interview above: