After 330 days, will a 28-year-old WWE superstar replace Sonya Deville as Tag Team Champion? Examining Chelsea Green's abilities

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10th Sep, 2023

Sonya Deville's absence may not be as disruptive to Chelsea Green as initially anticipated. The Canadian superstar may have just found a means to maintain her title despite the absence of her partner.

Deville was recently diagnosed with a torn ACL injury, which will keep her out of action for an extended length of time. While the WWE has yet to determine how they will handle the belts, Chelsea Green could follow in the footsteps of Chris Jericho and retains her title.

Chris Jericho and Edge won the unified tag team championships in 2009. Edge was unfortunately sidelined owing to an injury. Instead of relinquishing the titles, Y2J teamed up with Big Show to retain his reign.

Chelsea Green may elect to pair up with a returning Aliyah in the absence of Sonya Deville. Last year, the Canadian sensation was on the rise, but he was injured.

Aliyah was cleared some time ago, but we have yet to see her. According to reports, the corporation does not have any creative plans for her yet, thus her return has been postponed.

Aliyah might be the ideal substitute for Deville. Green and Aliyah are two Canadians who are young and hungry to make their mark in the WWE. This could be the ideal starting point for them.

Sonya Deville won her first WWE championship eight years ago.

Sonya Deville debuted with the WWE in 2015 as a contestant on the reality show Tough Enough. She has been a member of several groups and mid-card feuds since then, as well as an authoritative figure. Unfortunately, the former WWE executive didn't get her big break until 2023.

Deville got her big moment a few weeks ago when she won the Women's Tag Team Championships with Chelsea Green. She later turned to social media to share a selfie of herself backstage with Triple H following her victory. It was an emotional moment for her that took eight years to manifest.

As of now, there has been no definitive word regarding the future of the Women's Tag Team Championships. The most likely path appears to be a tag team championship tournament for the vacant titles. Chelsea Green's future will undoubtedly be the most intriguing to follow.