Mandy Rose makes first comments since WWE release
Mandy Rose had issued her first comment to the public since her release by WWE due to the explicit nature of the content that she was producing online. She was released by WWE just a day after dropping the NXT Women’s title to Roxanne Perez on the December 13th episode of NXT. She had held the championship for 413 days just before her surprise loss to the 21-year-old challenger.
As per reports from Fightful Select, WWE had felt that they needed to release Mandy due to the explicit nature of the content that she was posting on her FanTime page. WWE management had felt that the content was outside her contract’s parameters. In a message to her subscribers, Mandy Rose clarified that the exclusive content page was going nowhere.
The 32-year-old superstar was first by WWE due to the content she posted on the FanTime page. In this week’s episode of NXT TV, we witnessed that the Toxic Attraction leader has lost the NXT Women’s Championship to Roxanne Perez. The title switch is said to have been an abrupt decision made on the day of the show. Dave Meltzer had advised that Matt Bloom had brought to Shawn Michael’s attention what Mandy had been posting on her Fanime account.
After seeing that, Michaels decided that they had to get the NXT Women’s Title away from Rose immediately. Hence NXT Tuesday’s episode was changed to facilitate the title change. Meltzer had also added that Rose originally planned to lose her prize to Perez. Perez had earned herself a shot at the NXT Women’s Championship after she had won the female Iron Survivor Challenge at NXT Deadline last weekend. But that title switch was intended to take place on the brand’s New Year’s Evil special, due on 10th January.
Mandy has been with WWE since 2015 and had initially competed in Tough Enough before penning the deal with the promotion. By 2017 she had also secured a spot on the main roster as a part of Absolution alongside Sonya Deville and Paige.
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