Mandy Rose Is 'Unapologetic', Goes Commando In Latest Post

Mandy Rose Is 'Unapologetic', Goes Commando In Latest Post

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By Kelly Coffey-Behrens on September 27, 2023 at 1:00 AM EDT

Former WWE star Mandy Rose is once again grabbing the attention of her Instagram followers.

The 33-year-old is focusing on her OnlyFans account, where she is making 'life-changing money,' and is using social media to promote her steamy photos -- and her latest post is no different.

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Mandy Rose Is 'Unapologetic In Her Evolution'

The former WWE star posed for the camera in pink knee-high boots, showing off her tanned and toned legs, but what left fans speechless was that she went commando!

"Unapologetic in my evolution ?," she captioned the post, grabbing the attention of her Instagram followers.

"Have mercy," one fan commented as another wrote, "Love the boots and everything else?."

Another expressed, "Hi @mandysacs, You look stunning ? ???."

"A beautiful goddess," one fan said.

While another user chimed in by saying, "Gorgeous".

As one fan wrote, "Oh my goodness ???".

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Mandy Rose On Life After The WWE

Mandy Rose purple bra
Instagram | Mandy Rose

In December of last year, World Wrestling Entertainment, Inc. made headlines after they announced the release of Mandy Rose, whose real name is Amanda Saccomanno, one of the most popular WWE stars from the company.

The decision came after sensual photos of herself went viral. Those photos were of herself in the shower with her fiancé, Tino Sabbatelli, which can be looked at as R- or X-rated, and those began circulating the internet.

Despite losing her job as a wrestler, Mandy Rose is making bank. "It's been amazing," Mandy told TMZ. "Financially, I have been doing 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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Thanks to the money she brings in with OnlyFans, she can help her family with their everyday lives.

"It's been kind of life-changing, I must say," she added. "I'm blessed, but I will say that I have a lot of financial freedom right now, which  is. That's why I'm so grateful that I can help my family right now and rejuvenate their business they got going on and continue with my future."

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

At this time, there is no word on whether WWE will bring Mandy Rose back, but fans are still hopeful for her return one day. Mandy Rose also wants her fellow wrestlers to know it's not the "end all, be all," she said, per TMZ.

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What Does The Future Hold For Mandy Rose?

Mandy Rose strips it down
Instagram | Mandy Rose

Now that she is no longer associated with the WWE, Mandy Rose reflects on her life, admitting, "It is a little weird; I'm not going to lie, especially, you know, the traveling and just constantly being on camera and available at any time. But now I feel so free."

"You know, for seven years, I've been very blessed and grateful for everything the last seven years being in WWE. But, you know, it's just the traveling and the crazy on-call for anything; it's hard to plan trips and things because you always have to be available. So, that's the cool feeling I could say," the former WWE star added.

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When looking at the future, Mandy Rose explained, "I think what I've realized and learned from this whole thing is that my name, image, and likeness is precious. And I know big organizations usually have all the power and reap the benefits of that. But what I learned, and this is why I say I'm so grateful for them. Still, the future and what the future holds for me is now I can self-monetize my NIL, and I can have complete brand control and complete creative control, a direct relationship with my fans, and that right there was a moment of empowerment that I have felt. We all have to set ourselves up for the future."

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