Mandy Rose Celebrates New Year With Insane $350,000 Purchase

Mandy Rose NXT Women's Champion

Former WWE Superstar Mandy Rose has kicked off 2023 in fashion with an insane $350,000 purchase.

Mandy Rose Celebrates New Year With Insane $350,000 Purchase.

It was recently revealed that in December 2022 former NXT Women’s Champion Mandy Roseearnt over $1,000,000 from her FanTime account and it would appear the 32-year-old is relishing in her new career as she was pictured in front of her new Rolls Royce alongside partner and fellow former WWE superstar Tino Sabbatelli.

Celebrity photographer Aaron Davidson would photograph the couple in West Palm Beach, Florida on December 31st alongside their incredible new Rolls-Royce convertable.

The vehicle in question appears to be a Rolls-Royce Dawn valued at around $350,000 and is a beautiful matte white convertible complete with flawless leather interior and Rolls-Royce’s iconic branding.

In 2022 the Rolls-Royce Dawn was listed as the 9th most expensive Rolls-Royce on the market with 2008 Rolls-Royce Phantom Hyperion by Pininfarina coming in at top spot for a cool $3,268,000.

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 defeating all challengers as NXT Women’s Champion. Rose was defeated for the championship on the December 13th edition of NXT when she was defeated by Roxanne Perez.

Since Mandy Rose has been released by WWE it has been reported that another former Superstar is also doing incredibly well from adjusting her own career path. While the report doesn’t provide a direct numerical comparison, it is noted that CJ Perry, formerly known as Lana, has eclipsed her best WWE financial year with her subscription service.