WWE Hall Of Famer Would Love To See Mandy Rose Return

Mandy Rose on ring apron

Mandy Rose was a key part of the NXT women’s division when she was unexpectedly let go from the company in December 2022.

It was reported that the promotion made the decision after becoming uncomfortable with some of the content she was posting on her FanTime subscription service.

The images, videos, and live streams were said to have become more sexual in nature in the weeks leading up to her release, something the promotion did not support.

In the wake of her departure, it was noted that they felt they had “no choice” but to release the star, as they felt her content had gone “way, way over the line.”

Booker T “always loved” Mandy Rose in WWE

On the latest edition of his Hall of Fame podcast, Booker said he is one of the people who “can’t wait” for Rose to return.

“What’s crazy is when Mandy Rose was the champ, so many people hated on Mandy Rose and then as soon as she left, so many people loved Many Rose and can’t wait for her to get back. Personally, I’ve always was one of the latter.”

The Hall of Famer went on to discuss how he had “always loved” Rose, even as far back as her time in Tough Enough in 2015.

“I always loved Mandy Rose. From Tough Enough to watching how hard she worked to get a shot at being a part of the WWE roster. She didn’t even win the contest, but man, she went all out as far as trying to pull that thing off and I gave our whole lot of credit. Then to make it to the main roster.

“That didn’t work out for her, but then to go back and recreate herself in NXT, man, she did a hell of a job. I tell you Toxic Attraction was the talk of the town, the talk of NXT for so long, and then what happened, happened.”

When asked if her wanted to see her back in the company, Booker said he would.

“Personally, I would. I would love to see Mandy back.”

The subject of Rose potentially returning to the ring recently came up during an Instagram Q&A. In the clip, the star simply said she “doesn’t know what the future holds.”

H/T to WrestlingNews.com for the above transcription.