Jade Cargill AEW speaks about her critics, and future title aspirations

Jade Cargill New Photoshoot In Transparent Bodysuit (PHOTOS)

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Jade Cargill has made an indelible impression on All Elite Wrestling in a relatively short amount of time. Her exceptional ring skills, dominating presence, and sheer brute force make her an outstanding athlete. In addition to her athletic prowess, she is known to entice her fans with alluring photos, and she recently did so once again.

Through her hard work and discipline, Jade Cargill has sculpted an incredible and toned physique. She shared a series of stunning photos on Twitter, showcasing her beauty and body. The current AEW TBS champion wore a revealing black cut-out top that perfectly complemented her curves. In the photos, she can be seen lounging in bed, with her blond hair and gorgeous eye makeup completing the look. The pictures highlight her impressive physique and have unsurprisingly generated a lot of buzz among her fans.

The AEW star is currently enjoying her year-long reign as AEW TBS champion and not looking to stop her dominance anytime soon. We will have to wait and see if anyone can match up to Jade Cargill and put an end to her dominant title run.

Jade Cargill

Jade Cargill was born on June 3, 1992, in Atlanta, Georgia. She grew up in a family that was deeply involved in sports, with her father playing college football and her mother being a fitness enthusiast. Jade herself was a talented athlete from a young age and excelled in basketball, track and field, and volleyball.

Jade attended high school in Marietta, Georgia, where she was a standout basketball player. She earned multiple accolades, including being named to the All-County and All-Region teams. After graduating from high school, Jade attended Jacksonville University on a full athletic scholarship to play college basketball. She had a successful college career, scoring over 1,000 points and earning multiple honors, including being named to the Atlantic Sun All-Freshman Team.

After graduating from college, Jade worked in fitness and fashion, and also pursued a career in music before ultimately finding her way to professional wrestling. She began training at the Nightmare Factory, the wrestling school run by AEW star Cody Rhodes, and made her debut in AEW in November 2020.


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