Despite her standout debut at the Royal Rumble, WWE had yet to fully capitalize on Jade Cargill’s potential, but that finally changed after SmackDown this week. She was a big deal in AEW before debuting in WWE and has now revealed her relationship with AEW following her WWE move.

Prior to her becoming a WWE Superstar, Jade Cargill was booked as an unstoppable force in AEW as the TBS Champion, where she had an incredible undefeated streak for a very long time.

Jade Cargill even stated that she couldn’t have gotten better start than in AEW and that it prepared her for WWE. Jade Cargill recently disclosed that her decision to transition to WWE was purely business-oriented. In an interview with Fightful, the former AEW star emphasized that her departure was handled in a loving and professional manner.

Cargill expressed gratitude for the support she received and clarified that there are no ill feelings towards anyone involved. She reiterated that her move to WWE was a strategic decision and that everyone involved was supportive of her future endeavors.

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“It’s all business, it’s all business. I left in a very loving, professional manner. I did what I had to do. Everybody was very elated for me, whether they figured something out or not. They were elated for me, they were happy for me. No ill feelings towards in any manner.”

Jade Cargill also had an explosive appearance on this week’s episode of Friday Night SmackDown and will compete at WrestleMania 40, so we’ll have to see how she will shine at the Showcase of The Immortals.

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Subhojeet Mukherjee

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