The 2023 Dr Pepper Big 12 Football Championship took place at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. While approximately 7,000 fans attended the stadium, a considerably larger viewership watched the event from home. Texas native, The Undertaker, made an appearance at the game, preparing for an important moment.

The football clash between Texas and Oklahoma State is set to unfold on the gridiron. WWE Superstars were also there, along with one future top name who hasn’t even debuted yet.

We previously reported that The Undertaker is on hand at the Big 12 Championship game. He has purpose, as he will present the winning team with a custom title. This more than solidifies WWE’s new partnership with the Big 12.

Samantha Irvin, Michelle McCool, The Undertaker, Sheamus, Drew McIntyre and Jade Cargill were on hand for the Big 12 Championship game. They posed for a pretty epic photo on the field, as WWE shared the photo to plug the fact that they represented the company well.


Samantha Irvin, Michelle McCool, The Undertaker, Sheamus, Drew McIntyre and Jade Cargill are here for the Big 12 Championship game! Let’s GO!!

This is interesting to see Jade Cargill at the game, since she hasn’t even debuted for WWE yet. She is making great strides in her training, and odds are she will be more than ready for anything WWE can throw at her when the time comes.

Ringside News exclusively reported after Jade Cargill’s on-screen debut during the Fastlane kick-off show that there was “a ton of buzz about how professional Jade Cargill was backstage, how impressive she is up close, how well she fit in, and how quickly she did that.” There has been nothing but high praise for her so far, and it appears that she is fitting in just fine.

You can check out the image that WWE sent out below. Obviously, there was a lot of excitement at the NCAA Big 12 football championship game for many reasons.

What’s your take on Jade Cargill’s most recent appearance? Let us know what you think in the comments section!

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