Mandy Rose’s Exclusive Content Earnings Revealed

Mandy Rose (real name Amanda Saccomanno) was released from the WWE on December 14, 2002 due to the content she was posting on her FanTime page, a subscription platform similar to OnlyFans.

WWE was uncomfortable with the adult-themed photos and videos and felt like the content was “outside of the parameters” of Rose’s WWE contract.

Following her departure from WWE, Rose raised the price of her FanTime page from $25 to $40. Rose’s agent Malki Kawa has told TMZ Sports that the former NXT Women’s Champion has already made $500,000 since leaving WWE less than a week ago.

Rose’s release drew significantly more interest to her FanTime page than she initially had. Rose’s agent predicts Rose will be a self-made millionaire by Christmas.

Rose had been with WWE since 2015. She first appeared as a contestant on the reality show Tough Enough and signed a WWE contract after the show. She then competed on WWE’s developmental brand NXT until being called up to the main roster in 2017.


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