Mandy Rose was released from WWE several weeks ago after the company became aware of some risque content she was posting on her FanTime account.
Speaking on Tuesday’s episode of the “Tamron Hall Show,” the former WWE NXT Women’s Champion opened up on her release from WWE. Rose admitted that while she can’t speak on a few things due to a confidentiality agreement, she did admit that she received “one warning” and took the content down.
You can check out some highlights from the show below:
On if she was given warnings or asked to remove any content on her FanTime site: “Unfortunately, there is a confidentiality and I can’t really discuss that. There was the one warning to take it down, and I complied.”
On her view of the tone of the content she made available to fans: “Everything that I do, in the privacy of my own home, showing my fans behind the scenes action, whether it’s photo shoots, my every day personal life, nothing is wrong with that. That’s what I was doing. You can’t believe everything you see on the internet, not everything is accurate. When I show photos me, sexy, like how I’ve been showing on my Instagram, which everyone can see, there is nothing wrong with that.”
On if she felt she was targeted by WWE: “I don’t really know, I don’t think I was targeted, I think it was just more, everyone has their own opinion. I don’t see anything wrong with that photo [Rose wearing the NXT Women’s and NXT UK Women’s Titles and nothing else], as they didn’t either. Everyone has their own opinion on what they think is appropriate and what’s not.”
On her sense of whether she was treated unfairly by the promotion: “Because of everything that has happened since then, everything happens for a reason, and I can’t even say I was wronged because I’m so forever grateful for everything that the WWE has presented me with. I can’t say I was wronged or not. I’m hurt. I’m very hurt. No one wants to get that call that you’re being fired from any job. I was very hurt and very disappointed. I was disappointed more because of everything I put into the business, but just the last year and a half; I was champion for 413 days, I unified the two titles, I was the third longest-reigning NXT Women’s Champion. I also created this must-see faction with two other women that I brought up. I got to see so many women develop their characters and they are younger than me and at the beginning of their careers. To me, that was so important because it was so rewarding for me.
“Losing the title was obviously a gut punch. I was so disappointed. At the end of the day, my purpose was gone. That’s where I felt lost and confused because of all the hard work. Driving home from that, a lot of things were going through my mind. You always think there are unanswered questions. At the end of the day, I love what I’ve done in WWE and I love the platform they presented me with. I am forever grateful for them.”
Mandy Sacs (Mandy Rose) tells Tamron Hall she is forever grateful for WWE – she wasn’t told her dropping the belt was related to her FanTime – she did make over a million already – she’d consider a conversation with WWE about taking it down to return. pic.twitter.com/bJkvk7S5oZ
— Female Locker Room (@femalelroom) January 10, 2023
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