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After 413 days as champion, WWE lets Mandy Rose go

WWE let go of Mandy Rose on Wednesday, a day after she lost the NXT Women’s Championship to Roxanne Perez on the latest show for the brand.

Before Perez beat her on Tuesday, Rose, whose real name is Amanda Saccomanno, had been the NXT women’s champion for 413 days. After Rose attacked Perez at the Deadline show, Perez immediately challenged the champion. This is how the match was set up. Tuesday night was the match.

The shocking news that Mandy Rose was leaving came from Sean Ross Sapp of Fightful. Rose had just lost her NXT Women’s Championship to Roxanne Perez, which was a surprise. The news came out less than 24 hours after the title change.

As of the time this article was written, WWE had not made an official statement about the former NXT Women’s Champion’s release. But on social media, people are talking a lot about what might happen. According to reports on Fightful, Rose put some explicit media on her Fanime page, which was against the terms of her contract.

 

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So, how much did Mandy Rose make when she had a contract with WWE? First Sportz said in a report that the 32-year-old female star makes $150,000 a year. It also said that her net worth is estimated to be close to $2 million.

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Compared to the highest-paid female star, Ronda Rousey, and Becky Lynch, her annual salary isn’t very impressive. But these amounts are likely to go up when her popularity goes up. Rose’s earnings may go down a little this year because of her release, but they will go up if she keeps performing at the same level.

Mandy Rose is getting a lot of praise from WWE fans

Within 24 hours, Mandy Rose’s record-breaking reign as NXT Women’s Champion came to a sudden end, and she was let go. After her match with Roxanne Perez, fans gave her a lot of praise, and Twitter was full of tributes and stories about her amazing WWE career.

 

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What will Mandy Rose do next? No one is sure, but it seems like AEW is a safe place for ex-WWE Superstars. Her time on the main roster may not have been very exciting, but her time as NXT Women’s Champion was amazing and made history.

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