General Hospital Spoilers: The REAL Sonny is Back! Pikeman Brings Out The Side Of Him That Nina Can’t Handle

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All rejoicing, the real Sonny Corinthos returns right when his family needs him the most! …Sonny Corinthos’s (Maurice Benard) reputation is so strong that no matter what, true fans know the character on a deeper level and trust who he is inside. Anyone who is scared that Sonny has lost himself because of Nina, don’t be. Because General Hospital spoilers indicate that there’s no need to worry.

Despite being stuck between a cowboy and a gangster, Sonny Corinthos remains true to his character in the end.

According to GH spoilers and rumors Pikeman brings the gangster out in Sonny. And once he breaks through there is no going back. Nina Reeves (Cynthia Watros) banked on the notion that Sonny never finds himself. Selfishly, she hopes that he never looks further than the shallow version of him that she created.

Although he named himself Mike, Sonny suffered from amnesia as Nina took advantage of his vulnerability. So all this time Nina has lived in her own reality that Sonny holds on to a bit of Mike- enough to keep her in her comfort soon. But that’s not the case now. Instead, the real Sonny Corinthos returns right when his family needs him the most. This Pikeman situation requires strength and power, and that’s not Mike. Mark Carly’s words, she’s getting back everything Nina has taken from her! EVERYTHING.

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