Emma, real name Tenille Dashwood, was released from WWE in 2017, following which she competed in various promotions and, most notably, had a memorable stint in IMPACT Wrestling. On last week’s Friday Night SmackDown, Emma made a surprise return to WWE and challenged Ronda Rousey for the SmackDown women’s championship in unsuccessful attempt.

Emma returns to answer @RondaRousey's Open Challenge for the #SmackDown Women's Championship. pic.twitter.com/1LlSmMU2w2

— WWE (@WWE) October 30, 2022

Previously, Wrestling Observer reported that Emma has indeed been signed to a WWE contract under Triple H. Several fans initially believed that she was only brought back for a one-off appearance. However, WWE clearly has bigger plans for the returning WWE superstar Emma as per the reports.
Dave Meltzer of Wrestling Observer reported regarding the Australian superstar Emma’s future in the company. He stated that Emma signed a full-time WWE contract and internally listed on Friday Night SmackDown roster.
“Emma [Tenille Dashwood] was signed to a WWE contract. That wasn’t a one-time deal, and she’s scheduled for the SmackDown roster.”

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