Mandy Rose had a quite successful run on NXT 2.0. She had been a dominant NXT Women’s Champion for over a year before losing it to Roxanne Perez. WWE later released Rose from the company due to her FanTime account, where she posted cliche content. WWE Hall of Famer Booker T believes WWE should have given her a chance.
Many Rose was one of the most prominent superstars in WWE. Speaking on the Hall of Famepodcast, Booker T hopes that the company will bring back Rose at some point in the future. He believes that WWE wasted The Golden Goddess’ talent on the main roster. NXT saw the rise of Mandy Rose, where the 32-year-old achieved much success, winning the NXT Women’s Championship.
Booker T states, “Main roster or NXT, I really don’t care. I just hope she gets a chance to get back in there and prove that.” The WWE veteran praised her impressive performance when he used to witness it as the commentator on NXT. Booker T feels that WWE should have given her one more chance to rectify her mistakes.
Despite being released from the company, Mandy Rose has stayed away from wrestling in any other promotion. Rose has already earned millions through her FanTime account. Meanwhile, she continues to make a living out of modeling and social media. It will be interesting to see whether she ever returns to WWE.
The team of Randy Orton and Riddlehas been one of the fan favorites in WWE. The WWE Universe used to enjoy their chemistry and admire their in-ring skills. RK-Bro was supposed to get along further in the future until Orton’s injury.
On the Hall of Fame podcast, Booker T directed The Viper to finally retire at this stage, avoiding further risks. It has been nearly a year since Randy Orton has been out of the ring after losing against The Usos for their Raw Tag Team Titles.
Booker states, that Orton has been dealing with an injury, and the doctor advised him not to wrestle again. Therefore, the WWE Hall of Famer feels that Randy Orton should prioritize his health and not think about anything else at the moment.
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