It looks like the WWE is really turning over a new leaf.
Mandy Rose, one of the most popular wrestlers on the circuit, is no longer a part of the company.
After she posted some photos on her FanTime page, the company has decided to part ways with her.
Mandy Rose, whose real name is Amanda Rose Saccomano, had held the woman’s title for more than a year.
On Wednesday night, that changed.
Normally, a title change would be scripted for a PPV event, but that was not the case here.
Rose lost her title in a regular TV match, shocking fans.
It was then reported by Fightful Select that she had been released by the company. The WWE refused to comment on the matter.
The break happens as Rose posted some racy photos on her subscription page that goes for $40 per month.
FanTime is a platform that is very similar to OnlyFans, posting R and X-rated photos.
Now, the WWE does not exactly hide a woman’s sexuality, but it obviously does not go to the degree of platforms like OnlyFans.
Additionally, the entertainers were already subject to a policy that was in place back from the Vince McMahon days, when Cameo first started.
The entertainers were not permitted to engage on outside platforms without the expressed permission of the WWE, which Rose clearly did not have in this case.
Prior to McMahon leaving the company, he wrote to the entertainers, “Some of you are engaged with outside third parties using your name and likeness in ways that are detrimental to our company.
“It is imperative that these activities be terminated within the next 30 days (by Friday October 2). Continued violations will result in fines, suspension, or termination at WWE’s discretion.”
The WWE also issued a statement at the time, stating, “It is the control and exploitation of these characters that allows WWE to drive revenue, which in turn enables the company to compensate performers at the highest levels in the sports entertainment industry. Notwithstanding the contractual language, it is imperative for the success of our company to protect our greatest assets and establish partnerships with third parties on a companywide basis, rather than at the individual level, which as a result will provide more value for all involved.”
Without that WWE money, my guess is that fans are literally going to be seeing a lot more of Rose in coming days.
Source: New York Post