Diva says WWE rise has been 'surreal'

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WWE Diva star Tenille Dashwood says that she feels her rise to the top of the wrestling world has taken aback in what she calls a 'surreal' year so far.

Dashwood plays the new girl on the block as the wrestler Emma who made her first made her appearance on Monday Night in January.

Since then she has appeared on Smackdown, and the Australian native admits it has been a world wind few months as she gets to grips with WWE stardom.

“It’s crazy, I feel amazing even though it’s still completely surreal,” she says of her rise through the ranks of professional wrestling.

“I’m very lucky to be able to live the life that’s everything I ever wanted, to have made that possible for myself, and to be actually doing it.”

'Emma' has already made waves in the WWE since her arrival, and she currently has a feud running with Rae.

She has twice made Rae submit, which has added to her wrestling reputation that is likely to only grow and grow.

Dashwood is Australian, which means her rise in the WWE has been even more impressive.
Now residing in Florida, she has been training for her day in the big-time since she was a young teenager.

Time on the Australian and North America independent circuits helped her develop, before she was taken under the wing of the WWE in 2011.

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