On the December 13th episode of WWE NXT, Roxanne Perez was able to defeat Mandy Rose in the main event of the show, ending Rose’s 413 day reign as NXT Women’s Champion.
The very next day, the world was shocked to learn that Rose had been released from her WWE contract. According to numerous reports, her release stems from the fact that WWE was unhappy with the nature of content she was sharing on her personal subscription service.
It was later 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.”
Mandy Rose is reportedly in good spirits following her release, and she thanked fans via her FanTime page for their support as well as assuring them that her subscription service is still up and running.
“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! ;)” (h/t EWrestling News)
Mandy Rose’s Departure Made Official On WWE.com
While WWE has yet to comment publicly on Mandy Rose’s release, her profile has been moved to the Alumni section of WWE.com’s roster page, a quiet confirmation that she is indeed gone from the company after seven years.
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 WWE 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 WWE NXT’s women’s division, with Rose enjoying a 413 day run with the women’s title.