Every Wrestler WWE Just Released

8. Emma

Dolph Ziggler

While getting the news of your release is never great, what makes this more disappointing for Emma is that WWE had earlier today formally announced its return to Australia for next year's Elimination Chamber PLE from Perth's Optus Stadium on 24 February.

Less than one hour after Emma posted on X about her excitement for this PLE, she took to the platform to announce her release from the company.

Having been with WWE from 2011 through until 2017, the real-life Tenille Dashwood had only been backed with the promotion for less than a year before finding herself let go for a second time. As she showed during her time with IMPACT Wrestling, though, Dashwood is a fantastic talent when afforded an opportunity to showcase her in-ring skills and personality - something which she sadly didn't get to do during this most recent WWE stint.

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