Former NXT Women’s Champion Mandy Rose has thanked her fans for their support after she was released by WWE.
On December 14th news broke that Mandy Rose had been released by WWE just 24-hours after losing her NXT Women’s Championship. It was reported that her exit stemmed from WWE’s unhappiness at content she was sharing with fans on her subscription platform.
“Don’t Worry The Page Is Still Up” – Mandy Rose
In a new post on FanTime, Rose thanked fans for their love and support, assuring them that her profile won’t be going anywhere.
“Hey guys, thank you for all the messages. I am overwhelmed with all the love and support from you guys. And don’t worry the page is still up! ;)”
Following Rose’s departure, it was reported that WWE felt they had no choice other than to let her go. WWE were aware that her subscription existed, but became concerned about the nature of the increasingly racy content that the star was sharing. Those within WWE felt that the star had gone “way, way over the line.”
Interestingly it has also been noted that the plan was always for Roxanne Perez to beat her for the NXT Women’s Title, but as soon as the Rose’s content on FanTime was discovered, the match was moved forward to December 13th.
Mandy Rose joined WWE in 2015 after competing in the sixth series of Tough Enough. The New York native joined the main roster two years later but it wasn’t until Rose returned to NXT in July 2021 that she really hit her stride. The star formed Toxic Attraction alongside Gigi Dolin and Jacy Jayne, and won the NXT Women’s Title just three months later.
Over the next year the trio dominated NXT’s women’s division, with Rose enjoying a 413 day run with the women’s title.
H/t EWrestling News