Mandy Rose Lets It Hang Out With Mick Foley In Photo

WWE Hall of Famer Mick Foley recently took to his Instagram account and posted a picture with former WWE star Mandy Rose. His caption read:




It was great to catch up with @mandysacs. I thought she was a tremendous NXT women’s champion, and I know my son @deweyfoley92 enjoyed working with her on promos. Although she is not with @WWE anymore, I understand she is doing really well and that makes me happy to hear!

…have a nice day!”

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Last year, Toxic Attraction leader was released from her WWE contract. Mandy Rose had been one of NXT’s most integral members of the women’s division. She had won the NXT Women’s Championship in 2021 and went on to have a reign of 413 days and defended it ten times. She was released and it was also reported that the company attempted to spread a narrative about Rose.

It was reported that Mandy Rose was released from her WWE contract due to content she posted behind her premium content paywall as first reported by Fightful. Prior to that, Rose dropped the title to Roxanne Perez on this week’s NXT, which certainly shocked fans.

Rose recently spoke with TMZ on a number of topics including the success she has been having on OnlyFans.

Rose said, “It’s been amazing. Financially, I have been doing really well. And honestly, personally and mentally, I’ve been doing amazing. I have so much more time to spend with my family and just get involved in more things that I never thought I’d get involved in.”

Rose also spoke about how her success has been life-changing and how she has a lot of financial freedom right now.

“It’s been kind of life-changing, I must say. I’m really blessed, but I will say that I have a lot of financial freedom right now which is really amazing. That’s why I’m so grateful that I’m able to help my family right now and kind of rejuvenate their business they got going on, and just continue with my future. So, it’s been pretty lucrative, not gonna lie.”

Barry Russell
Barry Russell
A dedicated pro wrestling follower for more than a decade

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