• WWF Veteran Explains Why Mandy Rose Getting Fired Makes Sense
On the latest episode of his weekly ‘The Jim Cornette Experience’ podcast, legendary WWF Manager James E. Cornette shared his opinion regarding Mandy Rose getting fired from her WWE contract recently, after her on-demand-content (similar to OnlyFans) got a lot more explicit over the past few weeks, including full n*dity.
Here’s what Cornette said:
“In all honesty, and by the way, I’m completely pro-p*rn. But if they’re supposed to be [PG], they can’t do Playboy anymore, right? Because they’re a PG company, the sponsors they don’t want [it].
So I haven’t seen the material, so I don’t know whether it’s mild to wild or anything in between. But if the executives of the company that she works for said well she’s a featured person in NXT, and she’s the champion and all this stuff but holy sh*t, if anybody sees and finds out.
You know, that’s the thing if they say Jesus Christ, you can’t, you know, have an aunt Fanny out there in front of God and everybody. Whether it’s a private or personal deal or not, or whatever.
If it’s going to show up on the internet in some fashion, this is probably something you should have not done while representing us, and we’re trying to do deals with Disney, then I understand that.”
The former Fitness Model adopted the ring name Mandy Rose during the season finale of the 2015 edition of WWE Tough Enough, after being one of the contestants for that season.
She was instantly signed by WWE and moved to the company’s developmental territory NXT and made her main roster debut in 2017.
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• ON THIS DAY IN WWF HISTORY (December 19, 1994) – WWF Monday Night RAW
On this day in 1994, the World Wrestling Federation aired another episode of their weekly TV show ‘WWF Monday Night RAW’.
It was broadcasted from the Mid-Hudson Civic Center in Poughkeepsie, New York and featured matches, interviews & storyline segments on the road to the ‘WWF Royal Rumble 1995’ PPV.
Here’s the card:
– Lex Luger vs. I.R.S.
– Smoking Gunns vs. Chris Avery & Roy Raymond
– King’s Court with Bob Backlund
– Bob Holly vs. Chris Kanyon
– Royal Rumble Report
– Well Done vs. Bushwackers
– Jim Neidhart vs. Nick Barbarry