Mandy Rose says that the WWE’s decision to cut ties with her because of her private activities on her FanTime page has left her feeling “very hurt.” The move comes after Vince McMahon‘s very public return after a series of scandals, which increased the company’s stock.
With Sean Rose, Dexerto found out about Mandy Rose’s departure, including how she felt about the whole thing and what might have caused it.
Fightful.com’s Sean Ross Sapp said, “WWE officials felt they were put in a tough position based on the content she was posting on her FanTime page. They felt like it was outside of the parameters of her WWE deal”. They thought it was outside the terms of her WWE contract.” Such a claim leaves room for speculation about whether it was what Rose did in her free time outside of the ring or the fact that she was making money doing it. In December 2022, FanTime praised her for making more than $1 million that month, the same month she lost her NXT Women’s match with Roxanne Perez and was fired. If the WWE weren’t her only source of income, this income would have given her a lot more power with them than before.
I am hurt. 100%. I am very hurt,” clarifying that it was the firing that hurt more than anything. As for her time with the WWE she was more positive, praising the experience for helping her start a career and advancing as far as she did: “Everything happens for a reason. I can’t even say I was wronged, because I am so forever grateful for everything WWE has presented me with. It’s very kind to say about a group that kicked her out without making a big deal about it. Still, no one can argue with Mandy Rose if she is happy with her time at WWE.
Mandy Rose has been released by WWE – Fightful
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Wrestling is a changeable sport where there can be a big gap between the people in charge and the wrestlers themselves. If they’re lucky, stars can split their time between wrestling organizations like AEW and the WWE, as Manny Lemons did recently. But they could lose their contract entirely if they spend a lot of time in other places like Mandy Rose did on her private FanTime account.
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Jessa Martin is the author of Nogmagazine, A professional in writing by day, and novelist by night, she received her bachelor of arts in film from Howard University and her master of arts in media studies from the New School. A Brooklyn native, she is a lover of naps, cookie dough, and beaches, currently residing in the borough she loves, most likely multitasking.