WWE signed Jade Cargill to a contract and fans have been excited to see her potential since then. The company has plans for her and it is evident they think highly of her. She is still training for her in-ring debut and now it appears a call has been made for Cargill to make history at the Royal Rumble.

Jade Cargill made her WWE debut at the WWE Fastlane Premium Live Event and in the weeks since then, she has appeared on Monday Night RAW, NXT and Friday Night Smackdown back to back.

The former AEW star has yet to compete inside the squared circle even now. While speaking on the Busted Open Radio podcast, Bully Ray suggested that Jade Cargill should make her in-ring debut at the Royal Rumble and win the whole thing. She would be the first WWE Superstar to win the Royal Rumble on their appearance with the promotion, thus making history.

“Right now, she has not been seen as much on TV because you can’t just keep showing somebody… and doing nothing with it because then you get tired of seeing them doing absolutely nothing. Closer to the Royal Rumble, maybe she pops up. Maybe she pops up, and then you bring her in, in the Rumble. Give me a logical reason in the world of sports entertainment why Jade Cargill could not debut at the Royal Rumble and win.”


Ringside News previously reported that WWE has plans for Jade Cargill. They had the entire writing team pitching creative ideas for her before her signing was announced. It remains to be seen when WWE will have Cargill make her in-ring debut, as a Royal Rumble debut would definitely work wonders for her.

What do you think of this Jade Cargill story? Do you want to see him win the Royal Rumble? Let us know in the comments below!

Subhojeet Mukherjee

Subhojeet is a professional wrestling fan for over 22 years. He got captivated by the sport during the Monday Night Wars and has a passion for it ever since. He also enjoys TV shows, movies, anime, novels and music, which broadens his perspective and appreciation for wrestling. He is a knowledgeable and respected voice in the industry.

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