Time to settle the score. WWE has posted a new video to its YouTube channel in which they show the full No Disqualification match between Mandy Rose and Sonya Deville from SummerSlam 2020. The loser of this match would be forced to leave the company.

You can see the match in its entirety below:

FULL MATCH - Mandy Rose vs. Sonya Deville - No Disqualification Match: SummerSlam 2020

From WWE.com:

Mandy Rose sent her ex-best friend packing, defeating Sonya Deville in a brutal No Disqualification Loser Leaves WWE Match.

The Golden Goddess was more than ready to match Deville’s trademark viciousness, slamming her into the steel steps and ring post, as well as delivering a suplex on the ramp in the early going. 

The Pride Fighter struck with a huge pump kick, then used a steel chair as her equalizer while bad-mouthing Mandy relentlessly. 

Rose fought back and obliterated her former tag team partner with a trio of jumping bicycle knees, followed by an underhook facebuster. For good measure, she dropped Deville with one final knee to force her out of WWE. 

Editor’s Opinion:

Sonya Deville is now an authority figure in WWE, Mandy Rose is in NXT and Otis is now a part of Team Gable. I’d have to say that the Pride Fighter was the true winner out of everyone here.

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