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Jade Cargill's blunt response to a fan who asked if she'd be back in AEW soon

Jade Cargill’s blunt response to a fan who asked if she’d be back in AEW soon

Jade Cargill was an unstoppable member of AEW’s roster from the day she made her debut in 2021 until this past May when she lost the TBS Championship to Chris Statlander at AEW Double or Nothing 2023. Since then, Cargill has been on an indefinite hiatus from AEW, With many of her fans clamoring for her return to the company led by Tony Khan.

Unfortunately for those Cargill fanatics, it looks like she won’t be appearing on AEW programming anytime soon. In response to a tweet asking her if she would be returning to an AEW ring soon, Cargill candidly replied to the curious fan, Tweet the word “no” without giving a clear reason. The former TBS champion has been relatively quiet about returning to in-ring competition in the months since her loss at AEW Double or Nothing, meaning very little is known about her future in the industry.

Jade then doubled down on the fact that she won’t be returning to pro wrestling anytime soon in a follow-up tweet just hours earlier. “Outside the wrestling bubble is nice. I might stay.” tweeted Cargillaccompanied by a photo of her at the Hollywood Unlocked Impact Awards.

In two years of consistent on-screen appearances, Cargill has become one of the most successful wrestlers in AEW to date. The 31-year-old superstar holds the AEW record for longest unbeaten streak in singles matches, going 61-0 before losing to Statlander this past May. Moreover, Jade is currently one of the two winningest champions in the company’s history. Cargill’s only reign as TBS Champion has seen her defend the title 25 times, a benchmark only recently matched by current AEW International Champion, Orange Cassidy.

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