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Mandy Rose reacts to major WWE Title change

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The world of WWE has been buzzing with excitement as a significant title change took place recently. Sonya Deville, a long-time friend and ally of Mandy Rose, along with her tag team partner Chelsea Green, captured the WWE Women’s Tag Team Championships.

This victory marks Deville’s first championship win in WWE, a moment that has been highly anticipated by fans and fellow wrestlers alike.

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Mandy Rose Reacts

Mandy Rose, a former WWE superstar and NXT Women’s Champion, expressed her joy and excitement over this development. She took to Twitter to congratulate Deville and Green on their victory.

The tweet was filled with pride and happiness, reflecting the close bond that Rose shares with Deville. This reaction was not surprising, considering their shared history and the journey they have undertaken in the world of professional wrestling.

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Rose’s Journey in WWE

Rose, who was released from WWE in December of the previous year, had an impressive 413-day reign as the NXT Women’s Champion.

Her journey in WWE began in 2013 when she started her professional fitness competition career. She later became a bodybuilding competitor in 2014.

In 2015, she placed second in the WWE competition Tough Enough, marking her entry into the world of professional wrestling.

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The Impact of the Title Change

The title change signifies a new era in the WWE Women’s Tag Team division. With Deville and Green at the helm, fans can expect exciting matches and storylines in the future.

This change also highlights the dynamic nature of WWE, where new champions can emerge, creating fresh narratives and rivalries.

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