Ring of Honor star Tenille Dashwood has announced that she’s set to return from injury. The former WWE Superstar made the announcement via Twitter, where she also thanked the fans for their support.
This is good news for pro wrestling fans, who have been anxious to see Tenille return to action. Dashwood went on the shelf in September of 2018 with nagging injuries, including a fractured shoulder and torn labrum. She required surgery and has been out of commission since then.
The timing of her injuries could perhaps not have been worse, as she was finally beginning to find her place in ROH. Dashwood was rolling along as a member of the popular faction Lifeblood. The group consists of Bandido, Mark Haskins and Tracy Williams. Lifeblood is run by former IWGP United States champion Juice Robinson.
Now that she’s headed back, it will be interesting to see how ROH will handle her. Kelly Klein is the current Women of Honor champion and it could be that Tenille will get a shot at the title sooner rather than later.
No words can express how much I’ve missed wrestling and how excited I am to be back in that ring!
I’m officially returning to action late July.
For bookings please contact my new booking manager through: [email protected]
Thank you for the constant love and support! ❤️ pic.twitter.com/VdT0AsvUbx
— TENILLE DASHWOOD (@TenilleDashwood) June 14, 2019