Jade Cargill’s Current Status For 11/14 WWE NXT

Jade Cargill received glowing reviews since she signed with WWE. She is still waiting in the wings for her big moment, and now we have a bit of a spoiler about that this week.

Jade Cargill has appeared for every WWE brand at this point, but she hasn’t officially debuted yet. That being said, she has not been seen for a few weeks.

PW Insider noted that Jade Cargill is not in Orlando today. She is not at the WWE Performance Center, and she is not scheduled to be at NXT tonight either. It appears that her fans will have to wait longer to see her.

We’ve been asked by a number of readers if Jade Cargill would be appearing on WWE NXT tonight as she hasn’t popped up on Raw or Smackdown of late.



In asking around, we are told Cargill is not at the WWE PC today and is not scheduled to be at TV tonight.

It’s anyone’s guess how long WWE will make fans wait to see Jade Cargill. She already had her face appear on television a few times, but they are now waiting for the right time for her return.

Only time will tell what Jade Cargill is able to do in WWE. She certainly treated AEW like her stomping grounds for a long time, raking up an impressive winning streak as TBS Champion in the process. She will make her move on WWE television when the time is right, but it’s not likely to happen on NXT this week.

For more on this story, and so much more, please stay tuned with us here at Ringside News. This is quite a story about Jade Cargill, and there will be plenty of updates.

What’s your take on Jade Cargill’s WWE status? When do you think she will debut? Let us know what you think about this in the comments section!

November 14, 2023 3:56 pm

Felix Upton

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