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Three reasons Mandy Rose should join AEW

Mandy Rose

Credit – WWE

Mandy Rose
Credit – WWE

Three reasons Mandy Rose should join AEW

The recent news of Mandy Rose’s shocking release from WWE has taken the wrestling world by storm. Many reports have come out surrounding the release, though it seems the main reason for it was involving Rose’s premium FanTime account. We have not spoken to WWE or Mandy Rose regarding the issue, but if the reasoning is true, it is truly sad decision to see Rose leave this way.

With her departure, that of course leads to the question, should she sign to AEW? Surely Tony Khan would bring her own if she was interested, and it might just be the best move for her career.

1. She could most likely continue her personal content

If personal content is really the reason WWE released Rose, they are really going to regret it.

If Rose decided to make the move to AEW, she would almost surely be able to continue her personal content in her own time with no repercussions. There are several AEW stars who currently have OnlyFans accounts — Tay Melo recently launched hers.

2. She can take advantage of this shocking news

WWE really threw us a curveball here with Rose’s release. I am just speculating, but considering she was in the middle of one of the greatest runs with the WWE NXT Women’s Championship, I am guessing she was shocked as well.

Despite all the backlash sent her way on Twitter, Rose has received a huge amount of support as well. Rose could take full advantage of this, sign with AEW, and put WWE on blast for how she was treated.

3. She could boost the AEW women’s division

The AEW women’s division has been the worst booked thing on AEW since the start of the company. There is constantly a shortage of women’s matches despite the number of talented women on the roster.

Some people may think bringing in Rose would just crowd the division even more, but quite the opposite. Rose is an extremely hot topic right now. With Rose on AEW television, along with the emergence of Saraya and Jamie Hayter, Khan would have no option but to put the women’s division in the spotlight.

If AEW still wants to push the women’s division to the side, the women themselves might just bring it to the forefront.




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