Tenille Dashwood was known as Emma in the WWE. She wasn’t the best female wrestler in the WWE, but she was big in NXT. Emma was known as a jobber after she made her main roster debut. The WWE released her near the end of 2017.
She started working for various indie promotions before ending up in Impact Wrestling. She also had a run-in Ring of Honor. She didn’t know that she would be released. It was quite abrupt according to her and she spoke about it with Chris Van Vliet.
"It was actually a really big shock for me; I had no idea. At the time, I was in a feud with Asuka and we had just done the PPV and that was her debut, her PPV debut, I think it was her actual debut as well. We had an awesome match, I remember everyone loved it and then we had a match on RAW the night after and then basically by the end of the week, I had a call saying I was released," recalled Dashwood.
"From what I heard it was just that… honestly, I don't even know because I feel like there is more to it than what I was told and it was kind of a very brief conversation and not necessarily everyone agreed or whatever it was. But basically, I think the boss wasn't happy with something and that was kind of it”.