Ex-WWE star Mandy Rose offers fans ‘one-on-one livestreams’ after racy content success

Former WWE legend Mandy Rose has announced she’ll be live-streaming fans “one-on-one” through racy adult site Fantime after she found success with her X-rated content

Mandy Rose is planning “one-on-one live-streams” with fans, setting tongues wagging.

The ex-WWE star – whose real name is Amanda Saccomanno – took to Twitter to announce the new venture on Sunday (March 19) after she found success on the racy adult site Fantime, similar to OnlyFans.

“Just want to let you all know that we have a brand-new feature on Fantime,” she told her 1.1m followers in a video.

“It is a one-on-one live stream feature with myself, so if you guys are interested just click the link below, and we can get started and excited to chat with you guys!”

She ended the clip by blowing a kiss to the camera and wishing her followers a “lovely weekend” while panning down to show off her figure in a тιԍнт-fitting beige dress.

The tweet, which has so far amᴀssed more than 5,000 likes, had fans in a spin as they readied themselves for her new intimate content.

“Oh I definitely want to this! Talk to you soon gorgeous,” one wrote, while another chimed in: “You’re amazing Mandy! Hope you are enjoying your weekend.”

“Oh you are just unreal,” a third added.

Meanwhile others were less interested in the X-rated chats and just wanted to see Rose back in the ring.

“Looking amazing as usual and youre very sweet as well. I wish you were still on tv wrestling you were awesome once they gave you a chance,” one devastated fan said, while another agreed: “When are you gonna make your in ring return honey.”

Rose was forced to drop her NXT women’s тιтle in December of last year after WWE discovered she was making racy content on the site as the sports brand has rules against its wrestlers posting anything behind a paywall.

The 32-year-old said she was confused as to why she couldn’t still be a wrestling star while cashing in on her exclusive content.

But she’s probably not too heartbroken by the career change, as she revealed earlier this year that she had made more than £1million in just over a month after her WWE release, according to OutKick.

She said: “I am grateful and very humbled with everything I’ve done and made at the company [WWE], but in today’s day and age, there are so many other avenues and so many other marketing opportunities, it’s like why can’t I do both?

“At the end of the day, I’m the only one watching out for myself and my career.

“Everyone’s replaceable in our business – it’s true.”