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Mandy Rose selling used WWE ring gear for UNBELIEVABLE sum of money

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In a surprising turn of events, Mandy Rose, the former WWE star, has put up one of her most iconic in-ring attires for auction on eBay.

The red match-worn ring gear from her time on the gold brand has attracted a flurry of bids, with the current winning bid standing at a staggering $23,100. With over five days still left on the auction, the final sum could climb even higher.

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A Piece of Wrestling History

Rose, also known as Mandy Sacs, has described the gear as a “perfect addition to any wrestling fan’s collection.” The outfit holds significant sentimental value for her, as it was worn during her last few matches and her 413-day title reign as NXT Women’s Champion.

The gear also pays homage to Nikki Bella, another wrestling icon, which led to a wave of compliments and comparisons when Rose wore it.

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Mandy Rose: Post-WWE Ventures

Since her departure from WWE, Rose has found considerable financial success through her various business ventures.

Her FanTime page, in particular, has been a significant source of income, earning her a million dollars in just two weeks following her WWE exit. This success, however, played a part in her departure from WWE.

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Future Plans

Despite her financial success outside the ring, Rose has not ruled out a return to wrestling. The 32-year-old has remained open about her future plans, keeping fans guessing about her in-ring status.

For now, though, her fans have the unique opportunity to own a piece of wrestling history, with the auction of her ring gear creating quite a buzz in the wrestling community.

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