Ex-WWE Mandy Rose says money making racy content is ‘life-changing’ after firing

Ex-WWE star Mandy Rose has said the money she has made from adult content has been “life changing”.

The former NXT women’s champion also told her newly-released colleagues that leaving wrestling is not "end all, be all”. Rose, aka Amanda Saccomanno, was fired from WWE in 2022 after the organisation was allegedly ‘unhappy’ with the content she was sharing on her private platforms.

Since then Rose has spoken out about her lucrative career change with her most recent partnership with OnlyFans being launched this month.

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Speaking to TMZ, Rose said: “It's been kind of life-changing, I must say … I'm really blessed, but I will say that I have a lot of financial freedom right now which is really amazing.

“That's why I'm so grateful that I'm able to help my family right now and kind of rejuvenate their business they got going on, and just continue with my future."

"So, it's been pretty lucrative, not gonna lie."

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Rose, who has always stated her gratitude for WWE in helping her career, also sent a brief message to former colleagues who have recently been released by the wrestling company.

Last week WWE released a number of stars, including Matt Riddle, Dolph Ziggler and Shelton Benjamin.

Female star Emma was released on the same day she posted about her “dream” after WWE announced a huge PPV in her home country of Australia.

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Although it was short lived as an hour after the tweet, she was told about her release.

Rose briefly spoke to TMZ about her release and told her fellow wrestlers that leaving WWE is not "end all, be all."

She added: “Financially, I have been doing really well. And honestly, personally and mentally, I've been doing amazing.

“I have so much more time to spend with my family and just get involved in more things that I never thought I'd get involved in."

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