Mandy Rose released by WWE over risqué FanTime content

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The content she posted to a paid subscription platform may have played a part in the company’s decision.

After a 413-day run as NXT women’s champion, Mandy Rose is no longer with WWE.

Fightful reported Wednesday by WWE that Rose (realname Amanda Saccomanno), has been released. According to the report, WWE officials felt “in a difficult position” due to Rose’s content on FanTime. FanTime is a paid subscription service similar to OnlyFans. Rose posted adult-themed videos and photos on FanTime. Fightful reports that WWE officials felt the content was not within the parameters of Rose’s WWE contract.

The Wrestling Observer has confirmed Rose’s release , and that her postings played a part in her departure.

News of Rose’s release comes just one day after Roxanne Perez lost the NXT women’s championship. Rose vs. Perez was originally set to take place in January, but was unexpectedly moved up to Tuesday’s NXT episode. The title match was moved up as a last-minute decision due to Rose’s release.

The 32-year-old Rose tweeted a thank you message to fans on Tuesday night after losing the title to Perez.

Rose was with WWE since 2015, she first appeared on the reality show Toughenough .. After Toughenough , Rose was signed to a WWE contract. She competed on WWE’s development brand NXT before being called up to the main roster in 2017.. Rose was part tag teams with Sonya Delville and Dana Brooke in WWE.

In July 2021, Rose returned to NXT where she became the leader for a group called Toxic Attraction. Rose won the NXT women’s championship from Raquel Gonzalez last year’s Halloween Havoc.

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