Their sources suggest Tenille is currently in negotiations with Ring of Honor to potentially sign a new contract, but nothing has been made official yet. That means her upcoming appearance at the promotion’s 17th Anniversary pay-per-view event in Las Vegas this Friday could be her last with the company.
WWE abruptly released Dashwood in October of 2017. Afterwards, she wrestled for several indie promotions before signing with Ring of Honor in February of 2018.
Later, she competed in a tournament to crown the first-ever Women of Honor Champion. Things were looking up of Aussie native until she was forced to takes some time off to deal with a reoccurring skin condition and undergo shoulder surgery.
Tenille started making televised appearances again back in January. She hasn’t competed in a match with ROH since Death Before Dishonor XVI on Sept. 28, 2017, where Dashwood unsuccessfully challenged Sumie Sakai for the Women of Honor Championship.
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