Mandy Rose

After Leaving WWE, Mandy Rose Is Joining AEW

Mandy Rose’s 413-day reign as “WWE NXT” Women’s Champion came to an abrupt end, and the WWE declared that Rose’s employment with the organisation had also ended. Rose profited $500,000 in the week following her termination due to the pornographic content she had been uploading on her FanTime page, which is why she was fired.

Despite earning a sizable fortune, Rose continued to make frequent appearances on WWE television for more than seven years before quitting the business overnight. Mandy Rose discussed her future in wrestling and whether or not she plans to return to the ring during an interview.

Paquette, who works for AEW, questioned Rose about the possibility of joining Tony Khan’s organisation. Rose has worked with a number of AEW performers in the past. She partnered with Dustin Rhodes in the WWE Mixed Match Challenge and collaborated with Saraya when they were both members of the Absolution group.

The former “NXT” Women’s Champion said that it would be “great” to reconnect with her “old schools” in AEW, but she hasn’t made up her mind as to whether or not she’ll return to the sport so soon. It’s not like the boots are hung up and stuff, so I haven’t definitely ruled it out, Rose added. It’s not my major emphasis right now, but it will undoubtedly be in the future, perhaps.

WWE fired Rose

Despite a protracted feud being planned, Roxanne Perez quickly replaced Rose as the “NXT” Women’s Champion once WWE dismissed Rose. Rose reacted by merely saying she was “proud” of her daughters for the performance after Perez overcame her former Toxic Attraction partners Gigi Dolin and Jacy Jayne at Vengeance Day to retain her title.

Naturally, they fired her as soon as they obtained the title from her. Although Rose’s subscription service had existed throughout her reign as champion, Meltzer said that WWE couldn’t ignore her recent content. According to Meltzer, “the feeling was that she way, way, way crossed the line.” And in that circumstance, they felt they had no choice but to get rid of her. Rose thanked the public for their support when she made her first remarks about being fired earlier today. She also stated that she has no plans to delete her page.


Sheena Bhandari is a Pro Wrestling Editor and enthusiast, working here at Clout News.