Mandy Rose Opens Up on Her Unfortunate Botch at WWE WrestleMania 37

Published 04/11/2021, 6:30 AM EDT


WrestleMania 37 delivered as promised, and every match proved to be worthy of the grandest stage of them all. With most of the championship clashes exceeding expectations, a lot happened in the mid-card matches as well. 

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One particular moment that left fans in giggles was during Mandy Rose and Dana Brooke’s entrance for their tag team number one contender match. In the heat of the moment, Mandy Rose slipped while walking down the ramp and had a small fall before getting back up and laughing it off. 

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This moment may have been quite embarrassing given the fact that fans were watching live and were near the ramp. However, she played it down and continued strutting to the ring. 

In a recent post on Twitter, Mandy Rose joked about this small botch and how she always found a way to trend worldwide. 

Mandy’s fall wasn’t entirely her fault of being ‘caught up in the moment’ because the ramp may have been slippery. Before the event began, Tampa Bay did not have pleasant weather and the cloudy skies indicated heavy rain.

Furthermore, the wind blew strongly, and it looked as if the event would have to be canned. It did rain a little before things cleared up, which is why the ramp may have been slippery.

Mandy Rose and Dana Brooke could not secure the win

Mandy Rose and Dana Brooke did not manage to make the night theirs and fell short to Tamina & Natalya, who pulled off an emphatic victory over the other teams, namely Lana & Naomi, and The Riott Squad. 

They will compete again on Night 2 thanks to this win. But this time, they will fight for the WWE Women’s Tag Team Championships against Shayna Baszler & Nia Jax. 

Thankfully, there were no other botches in or around the ring, and every match went according to plan. The biggest moment of the night was arguably in the beginning when Vince McMahon kicked WrestleMania off in front of the live crowd. 

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This signified the first WWE show with a live audience in over a year, and the atmosphere was electric once more. Although the weather looked as if it was going to spoil the entire show, things went through and the sky really gave WWE the true pirate theme it wanted.

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Luke Dias is a senior WWE and AEW author at EssentiallySports, having published more than 1000 articles on professional wrestling. Having completed courses in Advanced Writing from the University of California and Media and Ethics from the University of Amsterdam, Luke is currently pursuing an undergraduate degree in Journalism from Xavier’s College. His tremendous knowledge of WWE history enables him to make past connections, adding depth to the articles.

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