Mandy Rose has issued her first public comment since being released by WWE due to the “explicit nature” of content she was producing online.
Mandy Rose was released by WWE just one day after dropping the NXT Women’s Title to Roxanne Perez on the December 13th episode of NXT. Rose held the championship for an incredible 413 days before her surprise loss to the 21-year-old challenger.
Fightful Select reported that WWE felt they needed to release Rose due to the “explicit nature” of content she was posting on her FanTime page. Reportedly, WWE management felt like the content was outside of the parameters of her WWE contract.
Rose’s Toxic Attraction teammates have responded publicly to the news and now Mandy Rose has as well in a message to her subscribers that indicates her exclusive content page is going nowhere:
“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! ;)”
A new report on the situation suggests that WWE felt that they had “absolutely no choice” but to release Mandy Rose once the nature of her content was discovered. It also suggests that it was Performance Center Head Coach Matt Bloom that informed NXT boss Shawn Michaels of the situation.