- Emma has been released from her WWE contract.
WWE wishes them the best in all of their future endeavors.
Since stepping-up to the main roster for the second time previous year she has failed to get much of the spotlight. She'd then go on to have two competitive matches with the former NXT Champion Asuka.
Dashwood was first paired with Santino Marella upon her first stint working with the company's senior stars after a successful run on NXT. She lost to the Empress of Tomorrow at TLC: Tables, Ladders & Chairs on October 22 and then again the next night on Raw.
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It will be interesting to see if we receive more details about this sudden release, and it will also be interesting to see what Emma does next. She would never capture any championships in WWE. Her first departure came in July 2014 after she was arrested in Hartford, Connecticut.
Summer Rae signed with WWE in 2011 and was a big part of FCW, acting as the developmental brand's General Manager for a time. Rae's last appearance was as a cameo in the crowd during the Mae Young Classic finals, whilst Young has been absent from performing duties since January.
The timing of Emma's release is interesting, because it comes on the heels of her actually being used more frequently.
If she's looking for closer counterpart to WWE in size and television reach, Impact Wrestling is an obvious potential landing spot due to their focus on their "knockouts division", the name for their women's division, and Impact's history of allowing talents to have greater creative freedom that WWE tends to.