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Mandy Rose


Ring Name: Mandy Rose

Nickname (s): Hamburgers , God’s greatest creation, The Golden Goddess, The Total Package

Billed Weight: 120 lb (54 kg)

Place of Birth: Westchester County, New York, United States

Finishing Moves: Bed of Roses

Signature Moves: Goddess fall, Modified Octopus Hold, Running bicycle knee, Snap scoop powerslam, Thesz press, Springboard bulldog

Entrance themes: “A little bit of Bad” by Michael McGregor and Marc Ferrari, “Stars in the night” by CFO$

Humble beginnings: Mandy Rose’s history

Amanda was raised in an Italian-American family and lived in the Westchester county, New York.

At high school, she participated in dance and later on, she earned a Bachelor’s degree at Iona College, majoring in speech pathology.

For the first time in her life, she participated in a fitness competition in 2013 and even earned first place in the World Bodybuilding fitness and Fashion Boston Show.

A year later, she was crowned the World Beauty Fitness and Fashion Biking Champion. In 2015, she contested in the WWE competition ‘Tough Enough’.

She was even at the risk of being eliminated in one of the episodes but was saved by The Miz, who was the judge of the show.

Eventually, she ended at the second position.

WWE Debut

After the Tough Enough finale, Amanda (Mandy by then) had signed a five-year contract with WWE.

She debuted for the company in a six-diva tag team match in a live event in Venice, Florida on 30 January 2016.

On September 28 of the same year, she lost a match to Ember Moon.

This match turned out to be her second live broadcast and overall last appearance on the NXT.


It was on November 20, 2017, that Mandy made her first appearance on RAW.

She teamed up with Paige, who was making a comeback and Sonya Deville and attacked four divas including the veteran Mickie James and Women’s Champion Alexa Bliss.

Thus, she announced her arrival to the entire locker room. A week later, the group of these three divas was named ‘The Absolution’.

From here, Mandy went on to become a part of the first ever Women’s Royal Rumble. She was the first woman to be eliminated.

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