Mandy Rose departed from WWE in an abrupt fashion, ending one of the most dominant titles reigns in NXT in a shocking way. Her release came due to NSFW premium content, which broke WWE’s moral code. However, Rose recently opened up about her side of the story.

Mandy Rose’s resurgence in NXT back in 2021 was perhaps the best decision of her entire wrestling career. Her victory over Raquel Rodriguez at NXT Halloween Havoc marked the start of her 413-day-long NXT Women’s title reign. However, it came to a shocking end when Mandy lost the title to Roxanne Perez in December 2022.

Adding insult to injury, Mandy Rose was subsequently fired from WWE right after her title loss for posting explicit content on her private page. However, Rose recently opened up about the situation claiming that she did nothing wrong by posting her premium content during an interview with the Tamron Hall Show.

Mandy Rose said that whatever she does in the privacy of her own home, while showing her fans some “action, whether it be photo shoots, my every day personal life, nothing is wrong with that and that’s what I was doing.” She is sticking to her guns that her premium content was not wrong in the slightest.

Mandy Rose’s WWE release wasn’t so bad, considering that she made $1 million by Christmas thanks to that premium content. Her fans will still flock to her paywall, and she has zero regrets.

Mandy Rose’s statement indicates that she is a strong woman with firm beliefs in making her own choices. You can’t knock her hustle, and Mandy Rose is showing no signs of any remorse.

Do you think Mandy Rose was right in posting premium content? Sound off in the comments !

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