Mandy Rose released by WWE over risqué FanTime content

Mandy Rose released by WWE over risqué FanTime content

Mandy Rose has resigned from WWE after a 413-day stint as NXT women’s champion.

Fight for your rights Report on Wednesday WWE has released Rose (real name Amanda Saccomanno). According to the report, WWE officials felt “in a difficult position” due to Rose’s content on FanTime. FanTime is a paid subscription service similar to OnlyFans. Rose posted adult-themed photos or videos on FanTime. Fightful reports that WWE officials felt the content was not within Rose’s contract parameters.

The Wrestling Observer Rose’s release has been confirmed by Rose She also stated that the content she was posting had a part in her departure.

Rose’s release comes just one day after Roxanne Perez lost the NXT women’s championship. Rose vs. Perez was originally set to take place in January, but was unexpectedly moved up to Tuesday’s NXT. The title match was moved up It was a last-minute choice Based on Rose’s release.

Rose, 32, sent a thank-you tweet to her fans on Tuesday night after Perez lost the title.

Rose was with WWE since 2015 when she first appeared on the reality TV show as a contestant. Tough Enough. After signing, she was signed to a WWE contract. Tough Enough She competed on the developmental brand NXT of WWE before being called up to the main roster. Rose was part tag teams with Sonya deville and Dana Brooke in WWE.

Rose was sent back to NXT in July 2021 and became the leader for a group called Toxic Attraction. Rose was awarded the NXT women’s championship by Raquel Gonzalez at last years Halloween Havoc.

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