Mandy Rose, a former WWE Superstar, and NXT Women’s Champion, reportedly earned $500,000 in a week through her FanTime subscription site after exiting the WWE.
Thank you 🙏🏻
— Mandy (@WWE_MandyRose) December 14, 2022
Just hours after losing the NXT Women’s Title to Roxanne Perez, Rose was let go by WWE last week. This was a last-minute adjustment from the way the feud was originally intended to go. According to reports, Rose was fired because of the content that she was sharing on her FanTime account, a members-only subscription site similar to OnlyFans.
Since WWE let her go last Wednesday, Mandy’s agent, Malki Kawa of First Round Management, who also manages Johnny Gargano and Indi Hartwell, told TMZ that Mandy had earned $500,000 in FanTime subscriptions. In fact, Kawa predicts that by Christmas, Rose will become the newest self-made millionaire.
Mandy Rose’s agent reveals she made $500,000 since leaving WWE less than a week ago 💰 pic.twitter.com/kGpIC4U1BK
— WrestlingWorldCC (@WrestlingWCC) December 20, 2022
According to reports, before firing Mandy, WWE didn’t give her a chance to delete the content that they and/or the sponsors & partners didn’t like.
Mandy’s content offended WWE, probably as a result of Vince McMahon, the company’s then-CEO and Chairman, writing to all wrestlers in 2020 and ordering them to stop using any third-party sites where they use their names and likeness in ways that were harmful to the business.
WWE Superstars react to Triple H firing Mandy Rose
Last week, WWE released Mandy Rose. Following Roxanne Perez’s challenge on last week’s Tuesday night event, Rose was forced to lose the NXT Women’s title. Perez won the Iron Survivor Challenge at NXT Deadline, giving her the opportunity to compete for the title.
Mandy was released after multiple explicit images and videos from her FanTime website, a site that charges for content similar to OnlyFans, were discovered. Several WWE stars took to Twitter to support Mandy.
413 days as our champion, give this woman the respect she deserves.
Thank you @WWE_MandyRose ❤️
— Jacy Jayne (@jacyjaynewwe) December 14, 2022
The step down from Mandy to Roxanne as champ is insane. Guess it’s time for me to save the brand #WWENXT
— Grayson Waller (@GraysonWWE) December 14, 2022
mandy rose literally was the face of the nxt women’s division for an entirety of an era, she was on top for the entire run of the 2.0 era through it’s transition to a new era pic.twitter.com/0O2H4FRYgy
— brandy (@MAXXlNE) December 14, 2022
Booker T: ‘Mandy Rose has the right to put her body or her image out there any way she wants, but this is a young lady who has talent.’ https://t.co/qSjSTil2by #WWE pic.twitter.com/Ob4gn5ZEEX
— Wrestling News (@WrestlingNewsCo) December 17, 2022
Then-CEO of WWE Vince McMahon issued an order in the year 2020 for all WWE superstars to stop using any third-party platforms where they were using their names and likenesses in ways that were damaging to the company.
A number of WWE superstars, including AJ Styles, Adam Cole, and Cesaro, were upset by the move since platforms like Twitch were a medium where they interacted with their fans personally.
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