Tenille Dashwood posts “free agent” tweet after being removed from IMPACT Wrestling’s online roster

Former WWE talent has not wrestled for IMPACT in over a month.

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Tenille Dashwood has seemingly confirmed her departure from IMPACT Wrestling after being removed from the promotion’s roster on its official website.

In a tweet, the Australian-born wrestler, who performed in WWE under the name Emma, posted the dictionary definition of “free agent.”

The move comes after it was noted that she no longer appears on IMPACT’s online list of active wrestlers.

Dashwood last wrestled for the company during a July 2nd taping for television in a match in which she lost to Masha Slamovich. The match aired on July 14th.

The 33-year-old signed with IMPACT in July 2019, making her television debut the following month. She would go on to become Knockouts World Tag Team Champion alongside Madison Rayne in March this year.

The pair lost their titles to Rosemary and Taya Valkyrie in June, shortly before Rayne left to join AEW as a coach and in-ring talent.

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