Did WWE Split Toxic Attraction Faction Of Mandy Rose Silently?

The Toxic Attraction faction from NXT has Officially made their way into the main roster via SmackDown this Friday. The former 2-time NXT Women’s Tag Team champions Gigi Dolin and Jacy Jayne faced the current WWE Women’s Tag Team champions Raquel Rodriguez and Aliyah in a non-title bout, which they lost.


This match was supposed to happen a few weeks back during the tournament for the vacant titles, but it got cancelled due to Dolin getting a concussion earlier in their debut match (in that match, they had replaced the NXT team of Nikkita Lyons and Zoey Stark when Stark got injured), against Natalya and Sonya Deville on August 19.

However, they seemed to be missing a member again, which was their leader, Mandy Rose. She strangely didn’t even get mentioned on the show. Therefore, as Cole pointed out, the duo will be competing as a team on SmackDown from now on and it means Toxic Attraction has officially split from Mandy and is effectively a 2-member team now. On WWE’s official website, they are still listed as NXT superstars, but it will likely change soon enough.


On the contrary, there are some reports that suggest that this was a one-off appearance for them, and they are still very much a part of NXT 2.0.

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It all seems unconfirmed at this point, but this does seem like a waste, making a talented team like Toxic Attraction lose on a regular show just to put the champs over and that too without their leader.

Speaking of which, Mandy wasn’t on this week’s NXT tapings either after unifying the NXT 2.0 and NXT UK Women’s titles at Worlds Collide last Sunday but will definitely be on the next NXT 2.0 episode as it’s her 1-year anniversary as the NXT Women’s champion. It will be worth noticing if her two teammates show up to support her and if they are still a part of NXT or SmackDown superstars now.


Akashdip Singh

WWE Fan by birth, Content writer by choice

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