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WWE Star Returns To Take On Ronda Rousey’s Open Challenge!

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Tenille Dashwood’s character Emma (Tenille Dashwood) was formally dismissed from her WWE contract on October 29, 2017, according to WWE. Emma would return to the promotion on Friday, exactly five years to the day.

The seasoned Australian Superstar accepted Ronda Rousey’s open challenge for the “SmackDown” Women’s Championship while walking out to a remix of her old theme song and wearing the same aviator sunglasses she had on for her previous run.

Michael Cole significantly overemphasized Emma in his commentary. If you don’t know Emma, she was one of the most well-liked Superstars in NXT history and she’s coming back to WWE tonight. Although Emma eventually submitted to Rousey’s armbar, she competed well and hit the champion with a lot of strikes.

In reality, Rousey had to utilize shady methods to defeat her enigma opponent. She pushed Emma in the direction of the referee and hit her with an illegal eye rake before applying Piper’s Pit and locking in the Armbar. Rousey’s heel turn was further cemented by the way the match ended.

A PWInsider article from earlier on Friday almost certainly indicated that Emma would respond to Rousey’s Open Challenge. As previously mentioned, Emma finished her three-year contract with IMPACT Wrestling, where she was a former Knockout Tag Team Champion, in July and formally became a free agent.

Several stories indicated that nothing was certain regarding Emma’s future in professional wrestling, despite rumors that she would return to WWE. Emma’s future status as a regular on the “SmackDown” brand is unknown. She has not yet been formally assigned to a certain roster by WWE.

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