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Mandy Rose: “Paige was always an amazing leader”

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WWE Superstar and new NXT Women’s Champion Mandy Rose recently appeared on WWE’s The Bump. The new Champion discussed several topics during the interview, including how Paige helped her in her early days on the WWE main roster.

“Paige was always an amazing leader for Sonya and I, especially being so early in our career” Mandy Rose revealed.

“She always kind of guided us and just gave us some little tips that maybe you don’t think that they’re going to help you in your career whether it’s not relating to wrestling, too.

“That’s what I feel like I’m doing right now” Rose revealed. “I have to say, you learn from the best and Paige is one of the best. I’m doing that not just with Toxic Attraction but with the other women as well.

“I think when you’re developing and when you’re in NXT, sometimes it could be a little overwhelming and it can be stressful because you have a lot of cooks in the kitchen.

“You’re trying to develop your character and who you are, and it’s really stressful and that’s what I’ve noticed since I’ve been down there is trying to help the girls and just really be in the moment and enjoy the moment” Mandy Rose concluded.

Mandy Rose on Paige

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