WWE released Mandy Rose from her contract last month due to content she posted on her FanTime page. The former NXT Women’s Champion’s agent later revealed that his client made $500,000 from her page in the first week after departing WWE. Mandy Rose recently addressed the report that she earned a million dollars in December from her FanTime page, and she can confirm that the Benjamins are real in her bank account.

FanTime congratulated the former Toxic Attraction leader on earning a million dollars in December. Rose claimed that she made a million dollars through the subscription-based platform in a recent interview with the Tamron Hall Show. Mandy also confessed that she made that much in only two and a half weeks.

Tamron Hall asked Mandy Rose, “is it true you made a million dollars in…,” to which Mandy replied, “two and a half weeks actually.”

The talk show host then asked that, “is it true you made a million dollars in just that short period of time?” to which Mandy replied, “yeah.” Mandy previously opened up about her smooth transition from wrestling to FanTime and seemed quite excited about it.


Mandy Rose also revealed that Triple H has not contacted her about possible return to WWE yet. Mandy believes she did nothing wrong when she posted her premium content. Rose has also openly admitted that she is ready to return to WWE at some point in the future.

Even Booker T said on his Hall of Fame podcast that Rose should have stayed in WWE, where she might have achieved greater success. He believes that she has a lot more potential and might have reached incredible heights if she had utilized that machine and marketed it properly. Booker remarked that Mandy is young and has a lot more raw potential than TikTok photos.

For over a year and a half, Rose dominated the NXT women’s division, holding the NXT Women’s Championship for 413 days. Last month, she gave the title to Roxanne Perez. To get the latest updates, keep an eye on Ringside News.

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