Jade Cargill Scheduled To Start With WWE Next Week

Jade Cargill made headlines when she returned to AEW. That brief return was for one match, which she lost. Now, her future seems to be with another company.

PW Insider reports that the former TBS Champion’s contract with AEW is believed to have expired, and she is now officially no longer associated with the company where she spent nearly three years. Cargill is reportedly scheduled to begin her training at the WWE Performance Center later this week as part of her journey with WWE.

Cargill had an exceptionally dominant undefeated streak during her time with AEW and was crowned the company’s inaugural TBS Champion. Her last match took place against Kris Statlander on the recent episode of Rampage.

We previously reported that Jade Cargill is not leaving AEW for financial reasons. Her, and boyfriend Brandon Phillips, are doing just fine. They also own softball team, the Texas Smoke, who won their championship last season. That is actually the excuse she gave some AEW talent for leaving the company.



Jade Cargill has an incredible look. It’s unknown what WWE will do with her, but if they sign her to a big money deal, then it only makes sense that her NXT tenure will be brief, if it happens at all.

For more on this story, and many more, please keep checking back with us here at Ringside News. Do you think that Jade Cargill will be a good fit for WWE? Sound off in the comments to let us know what you think!

September 17, 2023 11:55 am

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