Former WWE star Mandy Rose is giving her adoring fans a much closer look at her and her life after she opens up an OnlyFans account.
Mandy, aka Amanda Saccomanno, was fired from WWE in 2022 after the organisation was allegedly ‘unhappy’ with the exclusive racy content she was sharing on her private platforms.
Now, with no rumours of her return to WWE, she has taken to her Instagram to post a short scantily clad video in a leopard print bikini announcing her debut on the adult content site OnlyFans.
“Let’s have some fun,” she says to her followers on the video, while blowing a kiss.
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Retired professional wrestler Booker T claims that Mandy should have stayed in WWE on his Hall of Fame podcast, where she might have gained greater success.
However, it was claimed that Mandy gained $1million (£80.7k) in just a month after being released from her WWE contract and selling content on another private content site.
Following this success, the former wrestler is looking to gain more on her debut to OnlyFans.
Her page is available to subscribe to now for $9.99 (£8) where she has promised fans that the content will keep flowing.
Free from her WWE contract, Mandy can now post adult content freely and with her Instagram boasting several racy bikini photos, it seems her fans will be in for a treat.
Her recent Instagram posts have seen her posing in a pink sports bra after a gym session flexing her muscles, a video of her getting a water gun squirted into her mouth and several bikini photos.
The former WWE NXT Champion is teasing her fans with her announcement video, posted by the official OnlyFans page, asking fans to “stick around” and see what she’s posting next.
Commenters seemed delighted with the announcement, with one saying: ‘Gorgeous’
Another commented ‘Welcome to the family!’
‘Take my money!’ Claims another.
Others have simply been posting emojis, left speechless by the announcement.
The page seems to be launching with content soon but eager subscribers can sign up today in anticipation for what’s to come.
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