We Are Crying Over WWE Star Daria Berenato’s Beautiful Proposal To Toni Cassano

And Toni proposed right back!

Out WWE star Sonya Deville popped the question to her now-fiance, and it came with a lesbian-style twist.

Sonya Deville, whose real name is Daria Berenato, proposed to her girlfriend Toni Cassano just after Valentine’s Day. She decorated a wine cellar cave with flowers and a neon sign that says “It was always you.”

Cassano’s two children were also present at the event. But after Berenato proposed, the night wasn’t over.

“I proposed, then Toni’s like, ‘Grab my purse,’” she recalled. “And she pulls out a freaking ring box, and she’s like, ‘I’ve been carrying this around in my purse for four months. So whenever you proposed, I could give you a ring immediately back.’”

Lesbians are always prepared!

Berenato came out in 2015 while filming the WWE competition series “Tough Enough” when she was put on the spot about her relationship status. She was only 21 at the time. She signed with WWE shortly after. She was removed from main WWE storylines in May 2022, but she continues to make surprise appearances.

Cassano told People that she knew that Berenato was the “love of her life” after their first date last April. For their first date, Cassano drove three hours to see Berenato perform in a WWE match, and afterward, the two spent the whole night talking at the bar.

“It’s been absolutely unreal. We still get into bed every night and [wonder] how this is our life. How did this happen?! It still feels like a dream,” Cassano said.

“We both admired each from afar via Instagram for years. I feel like I’m dating my best friend. I feel like I didn’t know what love was until I met her. It’s just so easy and it’s so right. I’m the best version of me when I’m with her,” Berenato added.

Berenato feels excited about how far she has come in her sexuality after hiding her identity. She stated, “It’s so cool to me to be in this position right now, to be engaged as a gay female in the WWE, and to have proposed to my fiancée. Because I look back at seven years ago, eight years ago when I wasn’t even openly out yet, and I was hiding relationships, and I was still trying to figure out my comfortability with being gay and who I was.”

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