Mandy Rose took to her Instagram and uploaded a few gorgeous photos of herself wearing a tiny bikini, showing off her backside.
BUILT not bought 🍑😏
Besides the 🍈s before y’all start talking shi* 🤣
💥FR tho my glute workout game these days have been off the charts! Heavy heavy hip thrusts has always been the key for me but if you guys wanna see more and follow my workouts my fitness app is still available! LINK IN BIO! 🍑💪🏻
Should I step back on stage ?? 🤔👀 COMMENT BELOW👇🏻👇🏻
Within WWE, there has been an effort to establish representation within the LGBTQ community. As part of this initiative, there were plans for a groundbreaking WrestleMania moment that would have propelled this goal further. While the moment ultimately did not come to fruition, Mandy Rose vividly recalls the pitch that was presented to her.
During a conversation on In The Weeds with Jeremy Lambert & Joel Pearl, Mandy Rose disclosed the original plans that WWE had for her, including winning the Women’s Title. This significant achievement would have been accompanied by a momentous storyline twist – a romance between Sonya Deville and Mandy herself. The climax of the storyline was intended to occur at WrestleMania 35, where Mandy Rose would compete in a triple threat match for the SmackDown Women’s Championship. In a heartwarming celebration, Sonya Deville would lay down for Mandy, leading to an embrace and a kiss in the center of the ring.
Recognizing the potential significance of this representation, Mandy Rose understood the importance of the moment. To their credit, WWE sought guidance from GLAAD, an LGBTQ media advocacy organization, to ensure that the angle would be respectful and sensitive to the queer community in America. Stephanie McMahon, an influential figure within WWE, engaged in conversations with GLAAD to explore the feasibility of executing the angle effectively.
However, Mandy Rose raised concerns about the potential response from the WWE Universe. She noted that at WrestleMania, a colossal event with an attendance of approximately 60,000 passionate fans, the overwhelming support for Asuka, who was also involved in the match, could lead to an adverse reaction. The fans’ adoration for Asuka, regardless of her alignment as a babyface or a heel, meant that any attempt to vilify her would likely be met with resounding boos. This predicament posed a significant challenge to the proposed storyline, which involved two women kissing in the ring.
Ultimately, the storyline did not come to fruition as WWE opted to crown Charlotte Flair as the champion instead. Mandy Rose acknowledged that while the intentions behind the original plans were genuine and aimed at delivering a meaningful storyline, executing it in the suggested manner would have been misguided. Beating a beloved babyface like Asuka at WrestleMania, amid existing criticism surrounding Asuka’s losses, could have resulted in a negative reception, regardless of the well-intentioned representation aspect.
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