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At last night's Ring of Honor television tapings in Las Vegas, Tenille Dashwood revealed that she will be undergoing surgery to repair a shoulder injury.
Dashwood appeared with her arm in a sling and spoke about dealing with the shoulder injury and a skin condition (psoriasis). Though further details weren't revealed, Dashwood said she's had the shoulder injury for the past six months and will need to undergo surgery.
Dashwood unsuccessfully challenged for Sumie Sakai's Women of Honor World Championship at ROH's Death Before Dishonor pay-per-view on Friday. The finish was Dashwood passing out in an armbreaker. Later in the night, there was an angle where Dashwood was holding her shoulder after she was attacked backstage. The attacker wasn't revealed.
Last month, Dashwood opened up about having suffered from psoriasis since she was 14 years old. She had to pull out of ROH's Honor Re-United shows in the United Kingdom in August due to the worst flare-up of the condition that she's ever dealt with.