What is the imaginary? Why was Mandy Rose fired for this?
Mandy Rose was fired from WWE last week after an incredible 400+ days as NXT Women’s Champion.
On the December 13 episode of NXT, Roxana Perez ended Mandy Rose’s 413-day reign as Women’s Champion. Unsurprisingly, it was the last Stanford game to be released the next day.
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Within weeks, Mandy Rose’s fantasy went viral. The publicity caught the attention of Matt Bloom and led to Shawn Michaels firing the former WWE star.
Fans are saddened by Rose’s passing, and that’s okay. According to an interview with TMZ, Golden God Phantom’s agent Maliki Kawa withdrew $500,000 from his account after Golden God Phantom left.
Mandy Rose continues to thrive after WWE and her fictional fame.
Mandy Rose received $1 million from WWE in December after she was abruptly fired for blowing up a website, according to a popular premium membership service.
Congratulations to @Mandysacs for earning $1 million in a month!
Shortly after the shoot, TMZ Sports (h/t Forbes) reported that Rose was making $500,000 a week after leaving WWE. Rose’s agent, Malik Kawa, expects Rose to become a millionaire by Christmas, with a deadline of 2022, ending Mandy Rose’s failed multi-million dollar business.
Mandy Rose made a public appearance with her husband, former WWE star Tino Sabatelli. In this photo, Rolls-Royce wishes both superstars financial success on WWE’s biggest birthday in 2022.
Considering her time as a WWE star and her roles in movies, Mandy Rose is a big star. Of course, as Rose continues to build her fantasy empire, the longevity of this iconic look is in jeopardy. If the deal is profitable, Rose plans to allow competitors to copy third-party content in non-offensive campaigns.