Jade Cargill Reaches Insane AEW Milestone

Jade Cargill

AEW TBS Champion Jade Cargill achieved a landmark moment in her professional wrestling career by continuing her impressive win streak.

Undefeated streaks are synonymous with some of wrestling’s biggest names. Stars like Goldberg, Asuka, Charlotte Flair and Andre the Giant all had lengthy winning streaks that made them an attraction.

Ever since bursting onto the AEW scene back in 2020, Cargill has been one of their biggest attractions and the promotion’s fastest-rising stars. Her first match in the company saw her team up with NBA legend Shaquille O’Neal to defeat Cody Rhodes and Red Velvet.

Following her first victory, Cargill has been unstoppable picking up wins in both singles and tag team action. Cargill is the first and only TBS Champion. She won the title after defeating Thunder Rosa before reaching the final of the tournament and besting Ruby Soho to become the inaugural champion.

Since winning the TBS Championship, Cargill has successfully defended it against all-comers including Anna Jay, Athena, and Nyla Rose. As the first champion, she is also setting the record for the longest-reigning with the belt.

After passing 390 days as champion, she has broken a company-wide record to become the longest-reigning champion in all of AEW. The record was previously held by Hikaru Shida, who was the company’s Women’s World Champion for 372 days between 2020 and 2021.

Jade Cargill Is 50-0 In AEW

Her undefeated streak continued, on the February 1st edition of Dynamite, when Cargill defeated her former Baddie stablemate, Red Velvet. Cargill successfully retained her TBS Championship to reach a career milestone of fifty victories.

The show also featured the Elite back together after Kenny Omega’s visa issues. The Bunny challenged AEW Women’s World Champion Jamie Hayter to an eliminator match while Saraya and Toni Storm put a beating on Britt Baker.

Bryan Danielson got one step closer to MJF and the AEW World Championship with a hard-fought victory over Timothy Thatcher. Adam Hangman Page went to war against Jon Moxley in a wild and bloody brawl. Samoa Joe defeated Darby Allin for the TNT title in a chaotic main event before being confronted by his old enemy and former champ, Wardlow.