After being released by WWE last month, Emma plans on resuming his wrestling career on the independent scene under her real name, Tenille Dashwood. On Sunday, she announced on Twitter that is accepting bookings from all over the world starting February 1, 2018.

According to the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, Dashwood was in talks with Japanese women’s wrestling promotion World Wonder Ring Stardom, but negotiations fell through due to her demands of $2,000 per match, plus first class tickets and full creative control. Stardom officials felt that granting her those demands weren’t “economically or business prudent.”

Dashwood, as well as Darren Young and Summer Rae, are all under 90-day non-compete clauses after being released by WWE. All three are being paid their downside guarantee through January 27, 2018, and will be free to work for any wrestling organization after that. However, Young and Summer and have not said anything about continuing to wrestle. Summer has remained active on social media following her departure from WWE, while Young still has yet to post anything.

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