ROH/NJPW News: Tenille Dashwood talks about the possibility of joining the Bullet Club
What’s the story?
In a recent interview with Wrestlezone, Ring of Honor’s newest signee and former WWE superstar Tenille Dashwood aka Emma talked about the possibility of joining the Bullet Club.
In case you didn’t know…
After being released from her WWE contract in October of 2017, Tenille Dashwood made her debut for top American promotion Ring of Honor in 2018 at Honor Reigns Supreme and eventually became a part of the Women of Honor division.
Upon her arrival to ROH, Dashwood was also announced as the 16th competitor in the ROH Women of Honor Championship tournament and as noted, the 29-year-old Aussie superstar has already defeated the likes of Stacy Shadows and Brandi Rhodes in order to qualify for the semi-finals of the on-going Women of Honor Championship tournament.
The heart of the matter
It is now certain that ever since Tenille Dashwood signed for Ring for Honor some fans have been wanting to see the former WWE superstar represent the Bullet Club and as noted, during a recent ROH Facebook live stream, former Ring of Honor World Champion and the self-proclaimed “leader” of the Bullet Club--Cody Rhodes-- claimed that he wants to add a few female members to the Bullet Club and stated that he currently has two names in his mind—without actually revealing them.
In addition, Dashwood also joined in on the conversation of her potentially joining the Bullet Club, when she recently spoke with WrestleZone during an exclusive interview and stated that as of right now, everything depends on the situation and the two parties would have to work some things out, in order for Dashwood to join the BC.
However, Dashwood did not completely rule out the possibility of her representing the faction as she stated:
“It all just depends on the situation. They would have to do some sweet talking and we’d have to work some things out. You never know what’s ahead. I’m not saying yes or no, I’m saying it depends.”
Tenille Dashwood will square-off against Sumie Sakai in the semi-finals of the on-going WOH Championship tournament and the Aussie superstar will look to make history by becoming the first ever Women of Honor Champion next month at ROH: Supercard of Honor XII.
In the past, we have witnessed the likes of Amber Gallows represent the Bullet Club and Cody Rhodes’ wife Brandi is also a current member of the faction, so there is definitely a possibility of Dashwood joining the Bullet Club in the near future.