As previously noted, Mandy Rose was reportedly released by WWE one day after dropping the NXT women’s title to Roxanne Perez. During Wrestling Observer Live, Bryan Alvarez of F4WOnline.com went into more detail about the situation…
“This did have something to do with a site that she set up where she charges fans to see videos of her. Now, it is not an OnlyFans, okay? Apparently everybody thought that it was like an OnlyFans. Apparently she does not have an OnlyFans in WWE. I don’t know what they restrict, don’t restrict, take money from or whatever, but she basically set up her own subscription service. WWE was aware of this service. So for a while, this was not an issue. This was not something that they were unaware of. And then she ended up dropping the title yesterday, and she is no longer or with the company. So those are all of the facts. Okay?”
“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.’”
Alvarez noted that Mandy was allegedly making more money from her website’s content than she was making under her WWE contract. Alvarez also noted the following…
“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.” (quotes courtesy of RingsideNews.com)
WOL: Bryan goes through all of the facts of the WWE release of Mandy Rose story.
— Wrestling Observer (@WONF4W) December 14, 2022