When Emma was released from WWE earlier this week it sparked a huge response from many fans, performers and even some owners of independent promotions across the world.
Whilst Emma’s tenure in the company was lengthy, it can be argued that she was vastly under-utilised, having only secured her first singles match on a PPV event against Asuka in the opening match of TLC.
So, now that Emma has left the big company in Connecticut, where should she ply her trade next? Well, here are the 3 companies that we believe Emma would be a good fit for.
Any fans of the UK scene will of course know PROGRESS Wrestling. The upstart promotion has taken itself from humble beginnings in smaller London venues and is now on the verge of hitting Wembley Arena.
The company introduced a Women’s division earlier this year when they crowned Mae Young Classic competitor Toni Storm their first ever Women’s Champion. Now, rumors of WWE and PROGRESS having a closer relationship than appears could put a dampener on this suggestion however with the rabid and passionate crowd that PROGRESS attract an underdog/under appreciated star like Emma could strive.
Match ups against the likes of Laura Di Matteo, Jinny, Session Moth Martina, Dahlia Black and the aforementioned Toni Storm are too good an opportunity to miss.