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WWE Releases Mandy Rose

By: Kirk Jackson

Professional wrestler, former WWE NXT Women’s Champion, Mandy Rose was terminated in controversial fashion from the WWE last week, after nude photos from her paid subscription page FanTime, leaked online.

At the time Rose, was the third longest reigning NXT Women’s Champion (413 days), trailing only Shayla Bazner (416 days) and Asuka (522 days).

Mandy Rose unifies NXT World titles.

Rose, fresh off of losing the NXT Women’s Championship to prodigy turned star Roxanne Perez, was abruptly terminated by the WWE due to the sexual nature of content she was sharing on her FanTime page, a site similar to OnlyFans.

Reporter Sean Ross Sapp said the WWE informed him they were “put in a tough position” as a result of the nude photos and videos Rose posted.

Considering the controversy surrounding former chairman and CEO of WWE Vince McMahon, and current WWE wrestling star Matt Riddle, many observers view the termination of Rose as hypocritical.

Also check out: Controversy surrounding Matt Riddle – The Scope Network

Questions beckon, why wasn’t Rose allowed to keep her job? Is the WWE penalizing Rose because they can’t tax the income she generates from FanTime?

And as this is a tough situation for WWE to navigate, this may be perfect timing for Rose, as she looks towards potentially starting a family sooner, rather than later.

Footage courtesy of Chris Van Vliet.

From a financial standpoint, the former NXT Champion is still cashing in on her popularity. According to her agent Malki Kawa, Rose has now raked in over $500,000 solely from her FanTime page since the firing.

Kawa also predicts Rose will be a millionaire by Christmas.

Whether Rose reaches the million-dollar mark by Christmas remains to be seen.

Whether the inaugural leader of Toxic Attraction, arguably this era’s Trish Stratus, the blonde and brunette bombshell, Mandy Rose, ever graces the WWE ring is also up for speculation.

History has shown for that company and for the overall business, to never rule out a comeback.

But for now, we’ll remember Rose for her short, yet impactful career in WWE and wish her the best moving forward.

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