WWE has officially confirmed the signing of Jade Cargill, the former standout from All Elite Wrestling (AEW). This announcement was made by the Stamford, Connecticut-based promotion, revealing that Cargill has agreed to a multi-year contract. She will commence her training at the prestigious WWE Performance Center located in Orlando, Florida.
The news of Jade Cargill’s transition to WWE was initially reported by ESPN, a development that has intrigued wrestling fans worldwide. However, it remains uncertain whether the 31-year-old wrestler will make her immediate debut on the main roster or if she will begin her journey in the WWE NXT brand.
Jade Cargill’s decision to join WWE comes shortly after her departure from AEW. Her last match in Tony Khan’s promotion was aired on the September 15 episode of “AEW Rampage,” where she valiantly challenged Kris Statlander for the AEW TBS Championship, albeit unsuccessfully. It’s worth noting that Cargill’s reign as the AEW TBS Champion set a record, lasting an impressive 508 days.
Jade Cargill first entered the wrestling scene in March 2021 during the “AEW Dynamite: The Crossroads” special. On that memorable night, she teamed up with NBA legend Shaquille O’Neal to face Cody Rhodes and Red Velvet. Interestingly, prior to her AEW stint, Cargill had an encounter with WWE when she participated in a tryout in April 2019.
This signing marks a significant addition to WWE’s roster and has generated substantial anticipation among wrestling enthusiasts. Jade Cargill’s remarkable journey through the world of professional wrestling continues to captivate audiences, and her entry into WWE promises exciting new opportunities for both her and the organization.
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