Tenille Dashwood is officially on the market.
Now-former Ring Of Honor star Tenille Dashwood has taken to Twitter to announce that she is officially a free agent. Dashwood kicked off her post-WWE run in 2018 and appeared for WrestlePro and soon became a part of Ring Of Honor's Women Of Honor division and she last wrestled for Ring Of Honor back in September when she challenged Sumie Sakai for the Women Of Honor Championship at 'Death Before Dishonor XVI'.
FREE AGENT --— TENILLE DASHWOOD (@TenilleDashwood) March 31, 2019
HAPPY, HEALTHY & HEALED! pic.twitter.com/3F76xHAcjX
Tenille Dashwood announced at the post-'Death Before Dishonor XVI' television tapings that she was stepping away from the ring to have shoulder surgery and take care of other nagging injuries. Earlier this month, it was reported by Ryan Satin of Pro Wrestling Sheet that Tenille was set to become a free agent at the end of March and that she was in negotiations with Ring Of Honor to ink a new deal but Tenille has chosen to become a free agent.
She did return to ROH in January as a part of the LifeBlood stable which consists of Juice Robinson, David Finlay, Mark Haskins, "Hot Sauce" Tracy Williams and Bandido.
As more information about what is next for Tenille Dashwood becomes available, we will update you here on Fightful.