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    Posted: 23/May/2018 at 13:42
Quote Sonya Deville vs. Naomi: Sonya starts off strong and keeps control of the opening moments of this one. Charlotte is shown backstage watching on a monitor. Sonya hits a series of kicks to the body of Naomi in the corner. Naomi fires back with some kicks of her own, and they end up both hitting a kick at the same time, and both women are down. Sonya looks for a Superman punch, but Naomi dodges it and rolls up Sonya in a strange looking pin. Naomi scores the three count and qualifies for the women's Money In The Bank ladder match.

Winner: Naomi

- Noami heads up the ramp and hugs some fans in the front row.

No shame her losing to one of the main women on the roster. It's good that she's being allowed to shine more in her own spotlight the past few weeks.
She's got her own music and her aggressive MMA style (such as when she's throwing punches pre match) is being given a chance to be shown more.
If creative stay behind her, she will soon be over with live crowds as a stand alone performer.
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It was a good match. Sonya has real potential, mostly due to how unique her offence is in the women's division. Naomi has been known to lack chemistry but the producers played to her strengths on this one. I'd like to see these two wrestle again for a bit longer.
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