“We’re making a diamond” Jade Cargill explains the reason behind the delay in her WWE in-ring debut
Jade Cargill tells fans to be patient regarding her debut.
Jade Cargill (via X)
Jade Cargill made her debut in September, making her one of the only notable superstars to shift from AEW to WWE. Since then, she has made a few appearances on Raw, NXT, and SmackDown and teased a face-off with the top stars like Becky Lynch and Charlotte Flair. But she has yet to perform in the ring, making fans confused about her future. Now, Cargill herself explained to the fans what was going on.
A few weeks ago, she was seen training in the performance center with fellow NXT superstar Roxanne Perez. Many fans assumed that she was not ready for in-ring wrestling. The 31-year-old told fans to have patience and just wait for it. While speaking with Dallas News, Jade Cargill told the fans to have patience, and she is happy that WWE believes in her in whatever she is doing. She referred to herself as a diamond who yet to be sharpened.
I think the fan base should be patient. I think they need to understand we’re making a diamond. We’re creating something that’s gonna be a legacy. They’re setting me up for success, you shouldn’t rush success. [WWE]’s believing in everything I’m doing, has given me everything that I could fathom. And I’m going to be ready. I’m already ready. But again, it’s on my time, and everybody should be patient. And when I come, just understand I’m taking over.Jade Cargill about her in-ring debut on Dallas news
Jade Cargill had an incredible run in AEW. She held the AEW TBS championship for a record-setting 508 days and also had a 60-match unbeaten streak. It will be interesting to see when she faces some of the company’s biggest stars. But as of now, fans are told to have patience and just wait for her arrival, because, in her words, when she is finally ready, she is going to take over.
Jade Cargill thanks WWE legend Mark Henry on her social media
Jade Cargill was one of the most dominant superstars in AEW. She signed a contract with rival company WWE a few months ago and is training to get in the ring as soon as possible. The 31-year-old thanked Mark Henry on social media for a special reason.
She recently attended a Big 12 Championship game with WWE ring announcer Samantha Irwin. Irwin shared a picture of both of them on Twitter, to which Cargill thanked Mark Henry for helping her get where she is today. Cargill sees Henry as her mentor, and he also trained her before her debut in AEW in 2020. Henry is currently signed to AEW and works as a coach for the company.
Cargill also said Mark has an eye for talents, which is arguably true, as he also scouted Bianca Belair and was responsible for getting her a tryout with WWE in 2016, which led to her signing, and the rest is history. Henry also replied to her with the caption, “I love you guys.” Henry is currently signed to AEW and works as a coach for the company.
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