WWE News: Former Superstar Emma Talked about Post-WWE Run
WWE released Emma from the roster in the fall of 2017. After spending 90 days without any competition due to the ‘no-compete’ clause, one rival brand of the WWE hired her.
Currently, Emma is performing under Ring of Honor’s, Women of Honor brand. Some of the best female talents are available on this roster.
Emma is no more using this name given by the WWE. Rather she is going by her real name of Tenille Dashwood. There’s no concrete reason why WWE wasted a talent like her over the past several years. She could have done a lot more in the company considering the success of her contemporaries.
But at the same time, the independent world is coming up with a lot for Emma. She does not have to sit in the back for weeks after weeks like earlier days. We surely remember the Emmalina gimmick which did not see any outcome whatsoever back in 2016. It marked the downfall of her WWE career.
Thankfully, ROH women’s division is utilising her to a big extent. She is much happier about sharing the locker room with such big talents in the company. In a recent interview with Australian outlet Illawarra Mercury, the former WWE superstar opened up on her career following WWE.
As per her statements, the past few months have been much different than that of WWE days. She is busier these days in comparison to that from the biggest pro-wrestling promotion in the world.
Here’s her reaction while getting asked about how the post-WWE days have been, (courtesy fightful.com),
“Awesome. I’ve probably been busier than I was before. It’s been a really fun journey so far, and I feel energized and alive again for my career with wrestling. It’s taken a long time to get there, but women’s wrestling is really having a boom right now.”
Furthermore, Emma also spoke she is much fortunate about getting an opportunity at ROH. It makes her feel energised than ever in the world of pro-wrestling. She had a ton of praise for the women’s division too through the below quotes,
“I’ve been fortunate enough to main event a number of the shows that I’ve been on since I started the independents at the beginning of this year. That’s a huge opportunity for me, and somewhere I can showcase just how much I love wrestling, and how fortunate I am to be in this position.”
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