Mandy Rose has been flying high as of late and reportedly making money hand over fist due to her successful online content. But at WrestleMania 37 she went flying on the ramp.
The incident happened during her entrance as she made her way down to the ring for her match. The event was delayed due to a heavy rainstorm, which resulted in the audience having to vacate the arena.
The extreme weather showered the seats, stage and entrance ramp with rain. While the ring and stage worked frantically to undo the damage caused by the storm, Rose, unfortunately, slipped on a wet patch in front of millions of WWE fans.
On Instagram, a fan asked Rose if the slip was the most embarrassing moment of her WWE career. Via her stories, the former NXT Women’s Champion replied simply with:
“I mean Obviiiii😭“
Mandy Rose was shockingly released by WWE.
Late last year WWE released Rose from her contract. Rose had been the focal point of NXT’s women’s division. She held the NXT Women’s Title for 413 days while creating the popular faction, Toxic Attraction.
It was later revealed that Rose was let go after the company became aware of the adult content she was posting on her FanTime subscription service. The images, videos and live streams were said to have become more risqué over time and something WWE could not support.
Following her departure, it was noted that WWE felt they had “no choice” but to release the star, as they felt her content had gone “way, way over the line.”
Since her release, Rose appeared on the Tamron Hall show. During the interview, she spoke about the controversy surrounding her NSFW content and her time on the NXT brand.
“Everything happens for a reason, and I can’t say I was wronged, because I am so forever grateful for everything that WWE has presented me with, so I can’t sit here and say I was wronged,” Rose said.
“I’m hurt. 100 percent. I’m very hurt,” she said. “No one wants to get that call that you’re being fired from any job. So I was very hurt. I was very disappointed. I was disappointed so much more because of everything that I put into the business, but just the last year-and-a-half. I was champion for 413 days. I unified those two titles. I was the third-longest reigning NXT women’s champion.