Ex-WWE Star Launches Exclusive Content Site

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Following in the footsteps of wrestling stars such as Jordynne Grace, Lacey Evans, and Mandy Rose, a former WWE star is offering exclusive content.

September 2023 saw several WWE stars released by the company in the first mass layoffs affecting the roster since the Endeavor takeover of the company was completed. Stars such as Dolph Ziggler, Matt Riddle, and Mustafa Ali were among the biggest names let go but also released was Emma.

Emma began her second run in WWE in October 2022 after she was first let go in 2017. In her eleven-month second stint, the Australian star only competed in 13 televised matches picking up only one win.

Now best known as Tenille Dashwood, the star has announced on social media that she is taking a popular path for female wrestling stars and launching her own exclusive content site:

Exclusive content page now live – and it’s all about me!

See you over there!

Exclusive Content Sites Have Caused Issues In WWE

Mandy Rose was fired by WWE in December 2022, just one day after she lost the NXT Women’s Championship to Roxanne Perez. WWE felt they had no choice but to release Mandy Rose after the explicit nature of the content she was selling via her own exclusive site came to light.

In the weeks after her release from the company, Rose revealed she had made over $1 million from her site proving just how lucrative it can be. Mandy Rose recently revealed one fan spent $55,000 alone on her content.