Mandy Rose: Helping Other Women In WWE NXT Is Really Rewarding

Rose won the NXT Women's Title last week

Mandy Rose is relishing her role as a locker room leader in WWE NXT 2.0, saying she finds her position in the women's roster both motivating and rewarding.

Rose returned to NXT earlier this year and won the NXT Women's Championship from Raquel Gonzalez at NXT Halloween Havoc last week.

The Toxic Attraction has noted similarities between her start in NXT and the work Paige did with her to how she feels on the brand now.

Speaking on The Bump, Rose said: "Paige was always an amazing leader for Sonya and I, especially being so early in our career. 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. 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.

"Also, you know, be who you want to be because there's a lot of people out there that think they know who you are, but you know who you are the most and you know the best. I know that the guys [Happy Corbin and Madcap Moss] can relate too because they went through it and we all have we all been through it, but it's one of those things where I'm very motivated by helping them.

"Also, it's really rewarding for me because I see some of the girls and I was there at that moment and it's really sometimes hard and you feel like giving up sometimes because you don't know what to do. But having someone like me there, who has been in the business for, I don't know, five, six years, not a long time, but just having some of that experience goes a long way."

H/T Fightful

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