Mandy Rose Shows Backside In Sauna Photos

Former WWE star Mandy Rose recently took to her Instagram account and posted pictures in which she was seen enjoying having ‘good sweat’ in the sauna. Her caption read:



“Sometimes you need a good sweat. Treated myself to Christmas early with my new @redwoodoutdoorsco Thermowood Panorama Sauna! I’ve been getting better sleep, feeling less stress, and it helps recover my muscles faster after a workout. If you want a good sweat and recovery, check them out. It’s truly a game changer.”

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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.

It has come to light that her father wasn’t too keen on her decision to step into the ring. Rose was part of 2015’s Tough Enough, a series that also featured current WWE Women’s Tag Team Champion Chelsea Green.

Following her departure from WWE in 2022, the former NXT Women’s Champion has mostly focused on her ventures outside of wrestling. Speaking in an interview with TMZ, Rose said:

“Listen, I do miss performing, I miss the camaraderie, I miss that adrenaline rush, for sure. I can’t sit here and say I don’t miss it. However, I am keeping myself super busy not to have to think about it as much. I don’t know about the future. I am a free agent now… If the right call comes around, and I feel like making an appearance and coming back to any wrestling federation out there, I’m not saying it’s a no, but right now I’m pretty busy. It has to be the right call.”

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

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