Jade Cargill has been booked as an unstoppable force in AEW as she has run roughshod over the women’s division. Her imposing stature and physique have certainly helped her in the company. She also feels more comfortable with her promos in AEW.
Cargill became the first-ever AEW TBS Champion after beating Ruby Soho in the finals of the TBS Women’s Eliminator Tournament. Since then, fans have always taken notice of her.
She has been aligned with “Smart” Mark Sterling and now Stokely Hathaway, both of whom have acted as a mouthpiece for her. However, she has also improved her mic skills considerable.
While speaking on the Jon Chuckery Show, Jade Cargill stated that she has gotten much more comfortable on the microphone. In fact, Cargill added that promos are the ‘easy’ part for her in AEW.
”Being that my first time ever cutting a promo, I didn’t practice, I just went on stage and I did it and it was national TV, I’ve gotten way more comfortable being that I can put myself into my character. My character is just an extension of myself. I can say the most outlandish stuff because I’m portraying something to an audience. I’ve gotten way more comfortable. I was working with Mark Sterling and at the time, when I was working with him, the way he would focus and cut promos, the man was…I’ve never seen someone so focused on their craft. I started watching him, how he would cut his promos, how he would direct it and what he would get across and when he would insert ‘this’ into it. We don’t have coaches. We just do what we have to do. They give us pinpoints we have to hit, but we do this all from our own muscle. I’ve gotten way more comfortable because, one, I know I’m going to be on TV, I might as well get used to it and get as comfortable as possible. I’m growing. I took promo classes in college and that’s about it. What you see is nothing but raw material. I’ve gotten way more comfortable. To be honest, I’m way better live. I can cut a promo live because I know I can’t screw it over. I’ve gotten way comfortable. I love promos now. That’s the easy part.”
WWE also did not sign Jade Cargill as they would not give her control. Cargill is currently feuding with Athena on AEW television, so it remains to be seen how it will be booked in the coming weeks.
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