WWE’s Emma has an adventurous side that may not have been shared with the same enthusiasm by her real-life partner, Riddick Moss.
In a video that can be seen below with a quite appropriate “do not watch if afraid of heights” warning, Emma can be seen traversing a rock face before choosing her moment to have a bit of a sit down.
Being clearly at home in her surroundings, Emma chose to rest on part of the rock face that formed a natural bridge over what looked like a daunting drop against a stunning backdrop.
Emma would post to the video to her Instagram account with the caption:
“Mike sat this one out 🤣”
Moss, real name Mike Rallis, would reply to this with a comment of his own, writing:
“Someone had to stay back and film you doing this death stunt.
“with their eyes closed ”
Emma would reaffirm her love of Moss in her reply, saying:
“You’re the best 😂”
Jessica McKay, the former Billie Kay, didn’t seem to likely to following in Emma’s footsteps anytime soon, adding:
“Love this for you… but absolutely not Tenille.”
Emma, real name Tenille Dashwood, returned to WWE in October 2022 and was last seen on the July 10 episode of WWE Raw in a losing effort against Shayna Baszler.
Think you know the most about wrestling? Join our Wrestle League predictions competition for free, and be in with the chance of winning $250 of Amazon vouchers. Make sure you subscribe to email notifications to make sure you never miss a show.
- Update On Former WWE Stars Signing New WWE Deals
- WWE Announces Drew McIntyre’s Next Move After Releasing Matt Riddle
- WWE Name Claims Dolph Ziggler ‘Didn’t Change With The Times’ Before Being Released
- Update On WWE Star Missing From SmackDown
- WWE Legend Shares Heartfelt Message For Dolph Ziggler After Release
- Christian Cage Wins TNT Championship On AEW Collision & First Defense Revealed
- Top Dolla Addresses WWE Future Of Hit Row Teammates After His Release
- Anoa’i Family Member Pitches Two New Members Of The Bloodline
- AEW’s Saraya Says Ring Gear Collection Has Gone Missing
- Popular AEW Star Stepping Away From Indie Wrestling