• AEW Personality Thinks Mandy Rose Is Done With Pro-Wrestling
During a recent episode of his weekly ‘What Happened When’ podcast, current AEW commentator Tony Schiavone talked about Mandy Rose being fired from WWE, because of the explicit content she was selling on her FanTime site (with a concept similar to OnlyFans) and the amount of n*dity involved in the pictures & videos over there.
The legendary play-by-play commentator questioned why she would continue to work in professional wrestling when she could make millions without taking any more bumps.
Here’s what Tony said:
“My first thought was, if I had that kind of money, what could I do with it in the wrestling business? And then as I drove a little bit further down the road, I thought, ‘F**k that. I’m going to buy a f**king boat.’
Yes, and I’m just going to lounge around on the boat. I’m not going to be in the wrestling business anymore. Why would you want to take that money and work?”
Mandy’s Agent recently told TMZ that the former NXT Women’s Champion ended up making $500,000 in under a week after her WWE release, and is set to become a self-made millionaire by Christmas.
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• ON THIS DAY IN WWF HISTORY (December 24, 1990) – WWF Prime Time Wrestling *Christmas Episode*
On this day in 1990, the World Wrestling Federation aired an episode of their weekly TV show ‘WWF Prime Time Wrestling’.
It featured pre-taped matches, interviews & storyline segments on the road to the ‘WWF Royal Rumble 1991’ PPV.
The card can be found right here:
The Legion Of Doom vs. Duane Gill/Tony Ulysses
WWF Special Report
The Barbarian vs. Saba Simba
Royal Rumble Report
Power & Glory vs. Kevin Green/Pat Armstrong
WWF Event Center
The Big Boss Man vs. Pete Sanchez
Interview w/ The Undertaker & Brother Love
Jimmy Snuka vs. Haku
Brother Love Show: Dusty & Dustin Rhodes Are His Guests
The British Bulldog vs. Buddy Rose (JIP)
WWF Event Center
A Vignette On The Mountie
The Hart Foundation vs. The Black Demon/Black Bart
Jake Roberts vs. Kent Carlson
Mr. Perfect vs. Rico Fredrico