Dutch Mantell opens up on Mandy Rose


Dutch Mantell opens up on Mandy Rose
Dutch Mantell opens up on Mandy Rose

Mandy Rose signed with WWE in 2015, after participating in the series 'Tough Enough' The 32-year-old spent about seven years in the Stamford-based federation, a fairly long time during which she captured the NXT Women's Championship.

However, the company announced its release last December due to some content posted on its 'FanTime' page. On his Twitter account, journalist Sean Ross Sapp wrote: “Fightful Select has learned that Mandy Rose has been fired from WWE.

WWE officials felt they were put in a difficult position based on the content she was posting on her BrandArmy page. They felt like she was outside the parameters of the WWE deal,” adding later that it appears it was her explicit FanTime content that also forced the company to part ways.

In the latest edition of the 'Story Time' podcast, former WWE manager Dutch Mantell reflected on Mandy's impressive earnings thanks to the 'FanTime' platform.

Dutch Mantell on Mandy Rose

“I don't think Mandy Rose misses WWE so much” – Dutch Mantell began bluntly.

“However, she has to admit that without her WWE she would never have become as popular. Looks like she made a million dollars in December alone, he's crazy. If that's what she likes, I suggest you go ahead. This is how capitalism works” - he added.

Dutch also spoke about Ronda Rousey: “More often than not, we happen to see the great superstar who – when she finds herself fighting with a less famous boy/girl – dominates the match and closes the file within a couple of minutes.

In this way, the opponent does not gain anything. Such a trend does no one any good. Ronda Rousey conveys the feeling that her rivals have a chance to win, even if they are defeated. She has done very well in the past with both Raquel Rodriguez and Shotzi, in fact they were both excellent matches." Hollywood actor and former WWE writer Freddie Prinze Jr.

recently shared that Triple H's "first fumble" could be Mandy Rose's exit from the company. "In what I think might be the first fumble that Triple H has had, they released Mandy Rose, the NXT Champion. And if you aren't familiar with her, she rules.

She's awesome; she's been the champ for over a year. She's drop-dead gorgeous, she can talk on the mic a bit and NXT, the crowd, there welcomed her with open arms when, I don't wanna say it's a demotion to go from the main roster to NXT," Prinze Jr said.

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