WWE signed Jade Cargill after AEW offered her more than she asked for to stay. Now, fans are waiting for her debut, but the former TBS Champion recently experienced a very sad event in her life.

Jade Cargill took to Instagram on December 12th and announced that her mother passed away yesterday after a longstanding battle with cancer. Cargill uploaded a photo, where she was holding her mother’s hand in the hospital. In the next slide, she uploaded an old photo of her mother.

”You put up a good fight mom. But God has bigger plans for you. I’m so proud of you. Our last mother ❤️. I know grandma and great grandma was there waiting, elated to bring you in. It’s never goodbye, it’s see you later. YOU taught me that.”

Now, one month later, Cargill is sharing a bit more about her mother, who was a huge fan of hers. Cargill shared a screenshot of a text conversation she had with her mother, one where it was clear that she had a ton of support.


In this text communication, Cargill’s mother said, “Always give God the credit for your accomplishments, ask him for clear guidance and obey. I am proud of you, and you will do great.” Cargill replied that she always does.

Jade Cargill’s mother had a ton of reasons to be proud of her. She has a ton of potential, but she will always thank God first, thanks to her mother’s guidance.

Our thoughts are with Jade Cargill as she handles this terribly sad event. We will have to see what is next for her in WWE, but she is certainly going to have her mother looking down with a ton of pride.

What’s your take on this post? Do you think Jade Cargill will debut at the Royal Rumble event? Let us know what you think in the comments section!

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