Mandy Rose and Sonya Deville
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Mandy Rose and Sonya Deville have been involved in one of the most heated rivalries from the women’s division, earlier this year. Starting from the WrestleMania season, it went down all the way up to SummerSlam of this year where one of them had to eventually leave the company. Apparently, that wasn’t enough to get WWE’s attention as the two got snubbed.

Former tag team partners-cum-bitter-rivals Mandy Rose and Sonya Deville are extremely unhappy with WWE after they were excluded from the list of nominees for “Rivalry of the Year” at the upcoming WWE Slammy Awards. They have every right to do it as they did everything in their power to put up a decent feud and WWE didn’t acknowledge it.

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The official list released by WWE for the above-mentioned category includes rivalries such as Seth Rollins vs. The Mysterio Family, Drew McIntyre vs. Randy Orton, Edge vs. Randy Orton, Sasha Banks vs. Bayley, R-Truth vs. The World, and Lana vs. Announcer Tables. Interestingly though, WWE picked the last two nominations while they cut out Mandy Rose vs. Sonya Deville for literally no proper reason.

Mandy Rose And Sonya Deville Unhappy Over 2020 WWE Slammy Award Snub

Mandy Rose tweeted out including a clip of her return to Friday Night SmackDown in August with shorter hair to mention how that YouTube video received nearly 8 million views.

“Damnnn I guess we forgot all about this ? @SonyaDevilleWWE & myself not even nominated ??!! 7.8M views & counting… hmm,” said Rose in that tweet.

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Following Mandy Rose, Sonya Deville also tweeted her displeasure, saying that she also deserved a nomination for “Breakout Star of the Year,” another category that had Dominik Mysterio, Bianca Belair, Otis, The Street Profits, and Murphy in it.

“Lol. We got beat out by a table apparently…..Also to be frank I deserved break-out star of the year nomination as well. Even if I don’t work there anymore. Correct me if I am wrong …#facts,” stated Deville.

WWE isn’t going to edit their list of nominees for the Slammys in 2020 despite what these two eventually claimed. The Slammy Awards will be back for the first time in five years on Wednesday, December 23. For the time being, both Mandy Rose and Sonya Deville have been kept off TV. While the latter name came up short at SummerSlam, The Golden Goddess is dealing with an injury.

Arindam Pal

A WWE writer passionate about the sports.