Mandy Rose addressed her release during an appearance on the "Tamron Hall" talk show

Mandy Rose breaks silence on WWE release, says it ‘hurt’ and ‘disappointed’ her

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Mandy Rose appeared on the Tamron Hall talk show on Tuesday and opened up about her release from WWE for the first time. The 32-year-old Rose mentioned that she was “very hurt” and “very disappointed” by the entire episode.

The former NXT women’s champion, real name Amanda Saccomanno, was given her papers on December 14, less than 24 hours after losing the title to Roxanne Perez. Apparently, the reason for Rose’s release was the adult-themed content she kept posting on her FanTime subscription service.

Mandy told Hall that it’s been a crazy last few months, but she’s “incredibly grateful and blessed” for everything that has happened to her. She added that she didn’t know why she was asked to drop the title to Perez earlier than planned, which was to be at January’s NXT New Year’s Evil event.

However, the former bodybuilder did express gratitude for her time in the promotion and for the support she received from her fans. When asked if she would return to WWE, Rose said “never say never”:

“I would say, obviously, never say never. I’m not moving on and looking back and being like — yes, that is my past. Never say never. I don’t know what the future holds.”

Asked if she would take down her FanTime page as a condition for returning, the fitness and fashion figure said:

“It would have to be a conversation.”


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