Lynch appeared on WWE's The Bump earlier today, as seen in the video above, and was asked if there are any female Superstars who she sees having a big breakthrough in WWE, similar to her own rise to the top one year ago.
"I don't think anybody would've expected it to be me and I think that's the great thing," Lynch said of her own success. "But anybody who can get a connection with the crowd, because it's all about the crowd. It's the people that put you there, the people that put me there.
"If they can get that and I see some people that can do that, and I think Sonya Deville is one to look out for."
Deville is currently on the blue brand with "Fire & Desire" partner Mandy Rose. She also made her Total Divas debut with the current ninth season. She signed with WWE in the fall of 2015 after being a contestant on WWE Tough Enough in 2015. She was the third elimination on the show. Deville, who came into WWE with a MMA record of 2-1, is touted as the first openly lesbian Superstar in WWE.
Below is video from the Lynch vs. Deville singles match from the June 26, 2018 SmackDown episode, won by The Man: