In recent weeks, Mandy Rose has made her debut in the NXT rings, officially moving from the main roster where there were no plans for the future for her now and starting again in the ranks of the yellow show from the Capitol Wrestling Center in Orlando.
After setting up a huge storyline that led her to Wrestlemania 36 and then also to Summerslam, last year alongside Otis, Sonya Deville and Dolph Ziggler, for Mandy Rose there has always been less time available on television screens of the company until it was drafted first on Monday Night Raw, without a goal and without a well-defined plan for her and finally to NXT.
Over the past month, it seems WWE has found its way to Otis's beautiful blonde ex-girlfriend in the company's storyline, with her NXT manager/athlete/leader input seeming to interest the WWE Universe.
The latest news on Mandy Rose
As revealed by the pages of the well-known site BodySlam, Mandy Rose may have suffered an injury during the tapings of the last night of NXT.
This injury would have come during her match against the Japanese Sarray, with the Japanese wrestler hitting Mandy with a dropkick so strong that it sent her out of the ring and with the fall outside the square that seemed to have injured her leaving her unable to continue the match after this angle.
Apparently, after this event, the two athletes who are currently alongside Rose, Gigi Dolin and Jacy Jayne, are said to have covered Mandy with a towel and accompanied her backstage. At the moment it is not clear if the injury is real or part of a storyline, but the fact is that the match ended early, with the referee who stopped everything after the injury segment.
Mandy Rose was involved in a romantic storyline with Otis last year which was nearly sabotaged in the beginning by Dolph Ziggler and Sonya Deville. Ziggler and Deville plotted to keep the two stars from seeing each other so that the former could swoop in and win Mandy's heart.
However, their plans ended up failing after it was revealed that they intentionally caused Otis to arrive late to his first date with Mandy, which ignited a feud between the Fire and Desire teammates. Otis went on to battle Dolph Ziggler at WrestleMania 36 and won the bout after Rose hit Ziggler with a low-blow.