Mandy Rose was fired by WWE, immediately after she dropped the NXT Women’s Championship to Roxanne Perez. Following her recent departure from WWE, Mandy Rose now has a number of exciting opportunities in other professional wrestling organizations.
Roxanne Perez took over as the NXT Women’s Champion last week, ending Rose’s 413-day reign. Fans were taken aback by the booking choice, but everyone was even more perplexed by her quick exit from WWE. The 32-year-old was apparently fired as a result of her pornographic FanTime posts.
Among the various possibilities for her future, what if she meets Deonna Purrazzo, a star of IMPACT Wrestling? Purrazzo would be happy to have Rose join IMPACT Wrestling should she decide to pursue a career in professional wrestling in the future. In an interview with Metro.co.uk, the two-time Knockouts World Champion said:
“I’m gonna open the door and welcome her in! I think that the Mandy Rose that came to NXT a year and a half, almost two years ago, to the Mandy Rose we see today has been a complete evolution of Mandy Rose.” Purrazzo continued, “To see her in a different light and on a different platform, and see what else she can do without the WWE confines, is going to reinvent her again.”
“Obviously we can’t speculate what she’s gonna do, or what her mindset is, if she wants to wrestle, if it she doesn’t want to wrestle – it wouldn’t be fair to. But if she chooses to wrestle, I want to wrestle her.”
One of the main concerns for Rose’s future is whether she needs to wrestle once more. Since being let go by the company, the former WWE Superstar has already made an absurd sum of money.
Furthermore, Tommy Dreamer recently stated that IMPACT Wrestling “would love to have” Rose joins the roster as an in-ring performer. The ECW icon said on a recent episode of the Busted Open podcast:
“If she doesn’t go to AEW, 1000%, IMPACT would love to have her, ’cause you’re a star, and you’re great in the ring. And if AEW doesn’t jump on that, hell, IMPACT will.” Dreamer added, “Hey, Mandy Rose! Call me, text me, DM me!”
Mandy Rose’s release from WWE was met with divisive responses on Twitter. What will ultimately happen to Mandy Rose is still unknown. For more, keep an eye on Ringside News.
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