Ex-WWE star Mandy Rose and ex-All Elite Wrestling and UFC star Paige VanZant are on the verge of joining forces for a possibly racy collaboration, which is already setting the world on fire
Former WWE star Mandy Rose has set social media on fire by hinting at a potential collaboration with ex-UFC favourite Paige VanZant.
Rose — whose real name is Amanda Saccomanno — was sacked by WWE on December 14, 2022, after racy adult content from her paywalled website was leaked.
She was forced to lose her NXT women’s тιтle and lost her job all within the space of 48 hours.
WWE has rules against any of its wrestlers posting content behind a paywall — so Mandy lost her wrestling gig because of the snaps, and expressed some confusion as to why she couldn’t still be a wrestling star while cashing in on her exclusive content.
But according to OutKick, Mandy, who has some 4.4million followers, revealed that since her WWE release she had banked more than £1m.
And more than six months later she is looking to capitalise on that by working with former UFC and All Elite Wrestling star Paige VanZant.
Rose took to Twitter to post a pH๏τo of her face-timing with the 29-year-old, who hasn’t fought for UFC since her defeat to Amanda Ribas at UFC 251 in July, 2020.
She tweeted: “Y’all ready for this collab ?? stay tuned”
Mandy also linked to her racy FanTime page.
It immediately set social media on fire.
One fan wrote: “I am ready for this H๏τness.”
And a second posted: “I’m anxiously awaiting this one, two of my favourite ladies.”
A third added: “I can’t handle this – this is too much.”
VanZant, who has 644k followers on Twitter, hasn’t actually responded to the tweet or commented on the collaboration yet.
She hasn’t been seen on television screens in a while, having had a very strange short-term stint with AEW from the middle of 2021 to 2022.
She only wrestled one official match, teaming with Ethan Page and Scorpio Sky to battle Tay Conti, Sammy Guevara and Frankie Kazarian.
Her team won, and she made a few more on-screen appearances after that before disappearing for good in May, 2022.