FORMER WWE star Mandy Rose stunned in a raunchy bikini photoshoot for magazine Fitness Gurls.
The 32-year-old spent seven years in professional wrestling but was axed in December over content posted on her FanTime account, a website similar to OnlyFans.
Since then Rose has dedicated most of her time to posting sultry snaps online, and it is paying off.
Her agent Malki Kawa had claimed that the ex-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.
Now she has stunned in a series of photographs for fitnessgurls.com.
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Rose posed for the front cover shot in a skimpy red bikini that left little to the imagination.
Other pics show the former WWE champion in tiny lingerie – hinting at why she is raking it in on FanTime.
Rose is now free to post what she wants on the site and she wowed fans by posing in sports bra earlier this month.
But she remains disappointed by the manner of her exit from WWE, revealing she did not even receive a warning about her conduct.
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She said: “Nobody brought it my attention, besides the night before I lost the title.
"[I got an email] from my lawyer, and it was just saying ‘take this link down.’ It came from WWE legal. It was just saying to take the link [to my FanTime] down [from my Instagram].
"I complied, obviously. Pulled it down that night. The next day was when I lost the title, and got fired the following day. I never had a warning.
"I know there’s, obviously, a lot of news out there that says I was warned. I never did, but it would have been different, for sure.”
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