During an interview with Tamron Hall, former WWE star Mandy Rose discussed her departure from the company. Mandy said there is a confidentiality clause and there are some things she can’t discuss but noted that WWE warned her to remove adult content from her FanTime account and she complied. In regards to a potential return to the company, Mandy said “never say never” and would have a conversation if she was asked to take down her FanTime account.
Mandy also said the following…
“Honestly, everything happens for a reason. And I can’t even say I was wrong because I am so forever grateful for everything that the WWE has presented me with. So I can’t sit here and say that I was wronged or not, because the overwhelmingly, I’m hurt 100%. I’m very hurt. Nobody, no one wants to get that call that you’re being fired from any job, right? So I was very hurt. I was very disappointed. I was disappointed so much more because of everything that I put into the business.
But just the last year and a half, I was championed for 413 days. I unified those two titles that we just saw. I was the third longest reigning NXT Women’s champion. I also created this must see faction with two other women that I really brought up. And I got to see so many women develop their characters, and they’re all younger than me and really in the beginning of their careers. And to me, that was so important because it was so rewarding for me. And so losing the title was obviously a gut punch. It was definitely so disappointed.
But at the end of the day, my purpose was what was gone. And that’s where I kind of felt lost and I felt confused because of all the hard work that I put into. And driving home from that, a lot of things were going through my mind. You always think there’s a lot of unanswered questions and all that, but at the end of the day, like I said, I love what I’ve done in the WWE and I love that the platform what it presented me with. So I am forever grateful for them.”
Mandy Sacs (Mandy Rose) tells Tamron Hall she is forever grateful for WWE – she wasn’t told her dropping the belt was related to her FanTime – she did make over a million already – she’d consider a conversation with WWE about taking it down to return. pic.twitter.com/bJkvk7S5oZ
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