5 Reasons why Mandy Rose is "God's greatest creation"
Mandy Rose is one of the most polarizing WWE Superstars on the company's roster today, as the SmackDown Live Superstar is an absolute heat-magnet when it comes to criticism regarding her wrestling skills.
In fact, on an episode of "My Daughter is a WWE Superstar", Rose's father, Rich Saccomanno, noted that her "haters" would often chime in with their negative comments about "The Golden Goddess".
However, it's a fact that Rose has gained a considerable amount of fan-following since her move from RAW to the SmackDown brand during the WWE Superstar Shake-Up, which took place earlier this year on the 16th and 17th of April.
Considering the rise in her popularity among professional wrestling fans, it's no surprise that the business is now rife with talk regarding Rose potentially getting a huge push on SmackDown in the days to come.
Today, we take a special look at some of the overlooked and underappreciated aspects of Rose -- both inside and outside the ring -- looking at the biggest reasons why Mandy Rose is indeed "God's greatest creation" (*read in Corey Graves' voice)...
#5 Mandy Rose didn't lose hope despite being rejected by Paige on WWE Tough Enough
Two words: Mental fortitude.
Mandy Rose is not only one of the most powerful weight-lifters in the Women's Division today, but also has an incredibly strong mind to go with her physical strength!
Back in 2015, when Rose participated in WWE's Tough Enough reality show, former Divas' Champion Paige was one of the judges on the show and in Rose's own words, Paige "hated" her and "was rough" with her.
Rose spoke in detail with veteran WWE ring announcer Lillian Garcia about how her relationship with Paige has improved in 2018, and that they're quite friendly now.
The most interesting part of Rose's conversation with Garcia was when Rose told her that most of the people on Tough Enough, including Paige, perhaps wanted to test The Golden Goddess mentally and check whether she's cut out for this industry.
Needless to say, Rose proved her mental toughness, and persevered -- eventually becoming a main cast member in the Total Divas reality series, besides also working in NXT (2015-17), working on RAW and now on SmackDown...