Jade Cargill‘s future with AEW appears far from certain.
While she was in possession of the TBS Title it appeared that Jade Cargill was being positioned to become the next megastar on the AEW women’s division. However, her future with the company is seemingly hanging in the balance.
At Double or Nothing, Cargill lost the gold to Kris Statlander after already defeating Taya Valkyrie. After the event, the star disappeared from television and hasn’t been mentioned since. While it was reported that the star would be taking time off, it appears there might be some genuine doubt whether she’ll be back at all after she hinted as such on social media.
After describing AEW’s booking of Jade Cargill as “some of the weirdest ever,” Dave Meltzer commented further on Wrestling Observer Radio. The veteran journalist said that no one knows what comes next for the star.
“Nothing. Nothing past she’s considering not coming back, is what she said, which was the last thing we heard. She wanted to take some time off. Sometimes I feel like, boy, it’s like they pushed her and pushed her and pushed her and pushed her, and they never put her in the big matches. Then she’s gone.
Like a multi-year push, and yet they gave her that one belt, but she never, but I don’t know if that, there’s like, again, did she never wrestle Britt [Baker]? You know, she never wrestled Tony Storm. Almost like they kept them away from her, now she’s gone. So will she be back? I mean, she’s got a storyline to come back to.
I mean, they didn’t, you know, she lost, but she lost in a way where she had a gripe, but she’s gone. She never made the gripe. I don’t know what the future holds for her. She’s the only one who probably knows. Yeah. I mean, Maybe she’s still figuring it out.”
How Long Was Jade Cargill Undefeated?
After joining AEW in 2020, Jade Cargill embarked on an impressive winning streak which lasted until she was pinned by Kris Statlander at Double or Nothing. During this period she held the TBS Title for a total of 508 days and clashed with the likes of Thunder Rosa, Athena, Skye Blue, and Ruby Soho, although she was noticeably kept out of the orbit of the women’s division’s biggest names.
By the time she was pinned, Cargill’s record stood at 60-0.
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