Former NXT Women's Champion Mandy Rose has reportedly been released by WWE, Fightful's Sean Ross Sapp reports.
The company's decision stems from content Rose posted on her FanTime page, which the company reportedly felt "was outside of the parameters of her WWE deal," according to Sapp
Rose's reported release comes hours after dropping the NXT Women's Championship to Roxanne Perez on Tuesday (December 13) night after a 413-day reign as champion.
The 32-year-old initially signed with WWE in 2014 shortly after finishing second to the late Sara Lee in the female portion of the sixth season of WWE's reality show competition Tough Enough.
Rose had initially appeared on NXT in 2015 before being promoted to WWE's main roster alongside friend and fellow Tough Enough alum Sonya Deville as part of the team 'Fire and Desire,' with the two aligning with a returning Paige (now Saraya in All Elite Wrestling) in 2017.
Rose was involved in several prominent angles throughout her main roster run, which included a love triangle storyline with Otis and Dolph Ziggler that culminated at WrestleMania 36, and a later tag-team partnership with Dana Brooke.
Rose returned to the NXT brand in July 2021 and formed an alliance with Gigi Dolin and Jacy Jayne as the leader of the group 'Toxic Attraction.'
The faction dominated NXT with Rose winning the NXT Women's Championship and Dolin and Jayne the NXT Women's Championship -- their first of two reigns -- at Halloween Havoc in October 2021.
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