Tenille Dashwood Signs With Impact Wrestling

Huge signing for the Knockouts division...

Tenille Dashwood, most recently of Ring of Honor, has signed with Impact Wrestling, according to a tweet from the company.

Terms of the signing have not yet been revealed.

Dashwood, who debuted for Ring of Honor in February 2018, last wrestled for the company at Death Before Dishonor last September, losing to Women of Honor champion Sumie Sakai. She was written out of storylines thereafter, in order to deal with both a shoulder injury, as well as a flare-up of psoriasis. She officially parted ways with ROH at the end of March.

Previously, Dashwood wrestled for WWE for five and a half years, reporting to developmental in the summer of 2012. Under the name Emma, she was called up to the main roster in early 2014, initially working as a quirky babyface known for her awkward dance moves, before turning heel during a return run through NXT the following year. After a scrapped run as Emmalina in 2017, Emma re-assumed her heel persona, up until her release that October.

Dashwood returned to the ring this past Saturday, defeating Allie Kat in a match for Black Label Pro in Crown Point, IN.

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