Report: Tenille Dashwood Exits Impact Wrestling
Her contract reportedly expired
Former Impact Wrestling Knockouts Tag Team champion Tenille Dashwood has reportedly left the company at the expiration of her deal, according to a new report from PWInsider.
Dashwood has been removed from the roster page on Impact's website. She last wrestled for the company on July 2, losing a very brief match to Masha Slamovich.
Dashwood's exit comes after her former partner in Impact, Madison Rayne, departed the company as well. Rayne recently joined AEW as a performer and backstage coach.
Impact announced Dashwood's signing on July 29, 2019. She made her debut by attacking then-Women's champion Taya Valkyrie.
Teaming with Rayne as The Influence, Dashwood co-reigned as Knockouts Tag Team champion from March 5 to June 19 of this year, dropping the belts to Valkyrie and Rosemary at Slammiversary in Nashville.
Dashwood was with WWE from 2011 to 2017. In the summer of 2012, Dashwood took on the ring name of Emma, which she had upon her main roster debut in early 2014.
After leaving WWE, Dashwood also wrestled for Ring of Honor, and made an appearance for AEW in their women's Casino Battle Royal at the 2019 All Out.