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Mandy Rose Makes 1st Comment After Getting Fired From WWE

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• Mandy Rose Makes 1st Comment After Getting Fired From WWE

As we all know by now, former NXT Women’s Champion Mandy Rose has been fired from WWE due to the adult content she was posting.

Her Toxic Attraction members Gigi Dolin & Jacy Jayne are heartbroken about it, as noted on Twitter.

According to Fightful Select, Mandy knew her platform could be an issue:

“We’ve learned that in recent months, Mandy had indicated to others that she realized the content and nature of her page could get her in trouble with management.”

According to the Wrestling Observer, WWE originally didn’t have a problem with Mandy’s adult content because they thought it was only going to be her posing in bikinis:

“WWE was aware of this service, so for a while this was not an issue. This was not something they were unaware of and then she ended up dropping the title yesterday and she is no longer with the company.

From what I’ve been told, her subscription site through FanTime, where she posted bikini shots, and this and that, and then recently it became more than that.

We saw a lot more of Mandy Rose and apparently it got to the degree where WWE was like, ‘this isn’t gonna fly.'”

The Observer added that Triple H is open to having Mandy back in WWE down the line:

“I was given the impression that it’s not like she can never come back, and there is a possibility down the road she will come back, but for now she is gone.”

Mandy has now issued the following statement on her private platform:

“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! ;)”

Also Read: Mandy Rose Turned Down $1 Million Adult Movie Offer In 2018

VIDEO: Mandy Rose Topless (Part 2):

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Skipper wrestled for Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling promotion during their final years in 2000 & 2001 and later became a member of the TNA Total Nonstop Action roster from 2002 to 2008.

During his WCW days, he was a member of Lance Storm’s Team Canada faction.


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