WWE superstar Mandy Rose has sent a message to her haters, as she continues to rise up through the ranks of WWE.
Rose, 27, has been heavily compared to Trish Stratus both in her appearance and in-ring abilities since popping up on WWE television. While some may scoff at that idea there’s certainly something to it, especially if she can continue on her trajectory. Mandy initially kicked off her tenure with WWE on Tough Enough, before a stint in NXT that helped her to develop both as a wrestler and as a character.
Then, in November 2017, she debuted alongside Sonya Deville and Paige on Monday Night Raw, sending a message to the rest of the women’s division. Some felt as if it was too soon for her, whereas others realised the potential that she has.
It’s not exactly a secret to suggest that Mandy has a lot of admirers, but perhaps the most interesting thing about her is how she’s been able to get her head down and focus on improving in the ring.
She had a spell on Total Divas which many fans criticised, but much like Jojo did with her commentary, Rose was able to leave the show and really make substantial improvements that showcased her desire to succeed in this business.
Mandy is still young enough to carve out a strong career for herself in professional wrestling, and with Deville by her side, she has a strong partner to work with – and being on SmackDown Live certainly won’t do any harm to her development in the long run.