Friday, 21 Jun 2024

AEW star Jade Cargill ‘turns water into wine’ as she’s set for WWE debut

One of All Elite Wrestling's top stars is set to join WWE, and could debut soon.

Jade Cargill was the first major home grown star AEW produced when it formed in 2019. And having been a TNT champion for more than 500 days, going 60 matches unbeaten, and ranked as the fifth best female wrestler in the world by Pro Wrestling Illustrated in 2022, she is now set to join rival company WWE after her AEW contracted expired.

Her final AEW match took place on Rampage last Friday against the only woman to beat her, Kris Statlander. The pair had an outstanding fight, by Cargill lost to her her again.

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After the match, the pair embraced in what appeared to be a farewell moment for Jade, with a WWE move on the horizon – and it is being claimed that she will be heading straight for the main roster. According to several sources, the 31-year-old will sign a “bumper” contract and be given a huge push as a top star.

Nicknamed “the baddest”, she was rumoured to have been at WWE's Performance Centre in Orlando this week as preparations are made for the debut. And giving nothing away, Cargill took to Instagram to post new photos of herself in a swimming pool with the caption “turning water into wine”.

This set fans of hers on fire, with them flocking to the comments to proclaim she was now fully on team WWE. One said: “Welcome to WWE, the top wrestling company in the whole world!”

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And another called her a “Future WWE Women’s Champion”. A third added: “Perfect timing for your WWE debut if the rumors are true. You’re a machine Sis!”

Although one bloke was raging, and claimed she was “turning your back” on Tony Khan, the owner of AEW. He added: “You would be NOTHING without him.”

Cargill has more than 914k follows on Instagram, is a mum-of-one, and is the owner of female baseball team The Texas Smoke.

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