Kevin Nash has a wealth of knowledge and experience in the professional wrestling industry, having witnessed numerous changes and evolutions throughout his career. He has competed for several years and has played a role in many iconic moments. Now it appears that he criticized AEW wrestlers for being reckless.

Jade Cargill was immediately presented as a huge star upon her debut in AEW back in 2020. Eventually, she would go on to have a very impressive undefeated streak that caught the attention of many.

Her dominance was especially apparent after winning the TBS Women’s Championship. That said, she ended up dropping the title to Kris Statlander at AEW Double or nothing. Naturally, fans were happy to see Cargill finally lose.

While speaking on the Kliq This podcast, Kevin Nash talked about Jade Cargill’s status in AEW. He criticized the company for not helping Jade Cargill improve her in-ring skills whatsoever.


Like that Jade Cargill…She’s got an amazing look. But if it was my company and she was my prospect, I would have her twice a week as part of her deal somewhere at a Gracie jiu-jitsu place learning how to be a f***ing legitimate…then that way there, she’s just a machine.

She’s not improving. Her offense isn’t improving, her punches aren’t improving because she doesn’t get enough ring time. So what you have to do is you have to expand her horizons and make her even more formidable.”

As previously reported, Jade Cargill is expected to take some time off and return with a character shift. We will have to wait and see whether Jade Cargill will immediately go after Kris Statlander after she returns.

What’s your take on what Kevin Nash said? Do you agree that Jade Cargill needs improvement? Let us know in the comments!

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Subhojeet Mukherjee

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