Mandy Rose Made $1 Million On Exclusive Content Site In December 2022

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Following her WWE departure, it is apparent that Mandy Rose is going to be just fine based on how she’s doing on her subscription service website.

It was on December 13th when Roxanne Perez beat Mandy Rose to put an end to Rose’s 413-day reign as the NXT Women’s Champion. The match was originally supposed to take place on January 10th at New Year’s Evil, but WWE moved it up a month earlier.

The reason why WWE had Perez beat Rose is because the next day, December 14th, the company fired Mandy Rose. Since she had an exclusive fan club page with explicit content on it that was against what is allowed in her WWE contract, WWE felt they had no choice, but to fire Rose for it.

Mandy Rose (whose real name is Amanda Saccamano) has done very well for herself on the subscription website she is part of. In fact, the company called FanTime noted on Instagram that Rose apparently earned north of $1 million in December 2022 alone.

The money made from the subscription is more than just monthly sign-ups, but they also have more exclusive content that fans can pay to see even more of the busty bombshell. It is likely that part of that $1 million goes to the website itself, but it’s still a significant amount of money for Rose, who was reportedly still earning WWE main roster money while in NXT.

Mandy Rose spent seven years in WWE starting from her debut in 2015 on the show Tough Enough, which led to her being hired immediately. After that, she started out on NXT, then she was on both Raw & Smackdown for several years before being moved to NXT in the summer of 2021.

In October 2021, Rose became a champion for the first time by beating Raquel Gonzalez (now Rodriguez) to become the NXT Women’s Champion thanks to an assist from Dakota Kai. Rose also led a dominant female group called Toxic Attraction, which also included the former two-time NXT Women’s Tag Team Champions Gigi Dolin & Jacy Jayne. The team of Dolin & Jayne are expected to be on WWE’s main roster soon, but no date has been announced for that.

Rose has not commented publicly about her WWE release yet although her Christmas message on Instagram did thank fans for their support while plugging her subscription website:

“Merry Christmas to all! Really appreciate the abundance of love & support I’ve gotten the last couple weeks. Also check out the link in my bio!”

It’s currently if Rose will wrestle again in another company when her 90-day non-compete clause expires or if WWE would be interested in bringing her back some day.