WWE/Indy News: Tenille Dashwood pulls out of Indy show due to an undisclosed injury
The former WWE Superstar had to pull-out of a recent Remix Pro Wrestling show.
What’s the story?
In a recent turn of unfortunate events, former WWE Superstar Tenille Dashwood aka Emma, was forced to pull-out from a recent Independent wrestling show due to an injury that she suffered.
In case you didn’t know…
Following her departure from WWE in October of 2017, Tenille Dashwood made her return to the Independent circuit and also signed a deal with top American promotion Ring of Honor, for whom Dashwood debuted back in February as part of the Honor Reigns Supreme Show.
Upon her arrival in ROH, Dashwood was introduced as the newest member of the company’s Women of Honor division and, the 16th and final entrant in ROH's tournament to crown the first ROH Women of Honor Champion.
However, Dashwood eventually failed to capture the Women of Honor Championship belt, when she was defeated by Sumie Sakai in the semifinal round of the tournament at ROH: Supercard of Honor XII.
The heart of the matter
Tenille Dashwood was apparently scheduled to compete in a one-on-one match against Britt Baker this past Saturday at Remix Pro Wrestling in Ohio. However, due to a recently suffered injury, the former WWE star was eventually forced to pull-out of the card and was seemingly unable to compete during the evening.
Despite not being medically fit to compete in the ring, Dashwood did make a special appearance and greeted the live audience in attendance by cutting a promo and stating that her doctor would not allow her to wrestle and even advised her not to appear at the show, but that she did show up anyway.
Also, in addition to greeting the crowd, the Australian Superstar provided commentary for the evening and for the event’s eventual DVD release as well.
Tenille Dashwood is currently being advertised to make her return to Melbourne City Wrestling—for the first time since 2011—as she gets set to take part in the promotion’s 99th Live Event on the 21st of July, 2018.
Let us hope that Tenille Dashwood’s injury isn’t as bad as it sounds. Here's wishing her a speedy recovery.