Since her debut in AEW, Jade Cargill has been booked as an unstoppable force in the company. AEW has a ton of faith in her and clearly, Cargill is making the most of her opportunity. Bryan Danielson also helped her in a huge way.
Cargill became the first-ever AEW TBS Champion after beating Ruby Soho in the finals of the TBS Women’s Eliminator Tournament. Since then, Cargill has simply been unbeatable.
Back in July, Jade Cargill decided to deactivate her Twitter account and provided no proper reason for her action. While speaking to Scott Fishman of TV Insider, Cargill revealed Bryan Danielson advised her to delete her Twitter.
“I love that people just assume the worst. Bryan Danielson and I were in training. He talked about ‘90s babies not being able to live without social media. This was to Daniel Garcia, myself, and a couple of other people. I was born in 1992. I was around when the beeper was around, and landlines. I can live without social media. He went on my phone to see how many hours I’m on my phone a day. It was something ridiculous. He said he only spent an hour a day on his phone. I felt kind of embarrassed. He said, “Why don’t you get rid of one of your social media [feeds] for a little bit? Let’s see where your numbers go from there.” He said to pick the most toxic app. I thought Twitter. I deleted it.
It was funny when people said, “She can’t handle all the negative.” I can handle it. I love trash talk because I love to give it back. I’m very witty and quick with it. I took a break and got so much accomplished in that time. The only reason I went back to Twitter is that my account was about to be deactivated. I think for anybody to take a break from social media is healthy. People can talk crap because your friend may then ask, “Who is Jade Cargill?” They are going to Google my name and notice that I’m strong, attractive, and inspirational. They are going to follow. It’s a win-win battle for me. Good or bad it’s still noise and I’m still trending,
In December 2021, Cargill deactivated her Twitter account as she felt she was “spending wayyyyyy too much time on social”. Jade Cargill is set to defend her AEW TBS Championship against Athena at AEW All Out. We’ll have to see whether she will be able to win her match or not.
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