Ex-WWE stunner Mandy Rose shows off incredible figure in skin-tight dress as she rakes in cash after axe

THE MILLION dollar girl Mandy Rose has shown off her incredible figure again.

The beautiful 32-year-old, real name Amanda Saccomanno, hit the headlines in December when WWE released her due to content posted on her FanTime account.

Instagram @mandysacsMandy Rose has shown off her incredible figure once again[/caption]

Instagram @mandysacsWWE controversially released the former NXT champ last month[/caption]

Instagram @mandysacsThe stunner got in trouble for the content she posted on her subscription site[/caption]

Instagram @mandysacsShe has now shared these snaps of her in a figure-hugging dress[/caption]

That was after she dropped the NXT Women’s Championship – which she had held for 413 days – to Roxanne Perez that same week.

WWE bosses allegedly felt they were “put in a tough position” with some of the content on her FanTime page.

And the material was understood to have been “outside of the parameters” of her contract in the eyes of the company.

However, that now leaves Rose free to post whatever she pleases on FanTime and she is already capitalising on her WWE exit.

Her agent Malki Kawa had claimed that the wrestling star had made $500,000 within the first week of her getting fired.

Then an official FanTime post on Instagram claimed she DOUBLED that figure by the end of December to hit the one million mark.

Earlier this week she celebrated that news by revealing a number of incredible photos from her latest photoshoot for the subscription site.

And now she has pulled it out of the bag again by posting another set of snaps that reveal her stunning figure in a skin-tight dress.

One fan commented: “Absolutely gorgeous and so stunning baby thanks you just knocked off my jaw and now I got to find it it felt behind my couch.”

Another wrote: “Most gorgeous woman on the planet!”

While a fellow follower said: “Absolutely gorgeous.”

Rose, who is engaged to pro wrestler Tino Sabbatelli, charges £33-a-month for fans to access the content.

She was signed by WWE in 2015 after competing on reality show Tough Enough and joined their NXT division.

In November she moved up to the main roster and remained their until her return to NXT in July 2021.

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