WWE fans were left shocked by Mandy Rose’s sudden dismissal from the company.
Rose was flying high on NXT as the developmental brand’s Women’s Champion, a тιтle she held for a staggering 413 days.
According to Fightful, however, the American grappler was released on Wednesday due to explicit content posted on her fan account.
It is claimed bosses felt they were “put in a tough position” with some of the content on the 32-year-old’s FanTime page, which they deemed was outside of the parameters of her contract.
According to Wrestling Observer’s Bryan Alvarez, Rose was making “more money” from her content than as a WWE superstar.
The New Yorker’s final appearance took place on Tuesday when she lost the NXT Women’s Championship to Roxanne Perez.
That was an “abrupt decision” as that match was originally scheduled to take place on January 10 at New Year’s Evil.
But according to the publisher and editor of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter Dave Meltzer, that all changed because Rose was “getting fired”.
Meltzer tweeted: “There’s a lot to the Mandy Rose firing today and the тιтle change last night was a last minute decision based on the fact she was getting fired and not the original plan.”
Rose joined WWE in 2015 as part of the company’s reality compeтιтion Tough Enough where she finished as the runner up.
After cutting her teeth at NXT, God’s Greatest Creation made her RAW debut in 2017 as part of Absolution, which saw her team up with Sonya Deville and leader Paige, now known as Saraya in AEW.
The group disbanded a year later when their British leader had to retire due to injuries but Rose and Deville remained a tag team on SmackDown.
But the duo split in 2020 and Rose moved to RAW where she officially kicked off her Singles career.