Why Jade Cargill Should Be The First AEW TBS Champion

11 months ago by Muscle Man Malcolm

@MalcolmMuscle
Why Jade Cargill Should Be The First AEW TBS Champion

Wrestling fans are excited, especially fans of women’s wrestling as AEW is set to introduce a second women’s championship. As reported by Andrew Zarian:

“Hearing rumblings of a new title being introduced to AEW soon. 

It will be a secondary women’s championship.”

All Elite Wrestling will be debuting the TBS Championship once Dynamite moves to the TBS in January 2022.

Fans are rejoicing in the idea of the ever-growing AEW women’s division being highlighted frequently on television.

Acting as a sister title to the TNT Championship, it’s assumed the championship would act as a stepping stone to the main event picture.

Speculation amongst fans is growing rampant on who should be the first-ever AEW TBS Champion, but there’s only one true answer and her name is Jade Cargill.

Signed to the company in late 2020, Cargill is a former Jacksonville University basketball player with a Master’s in Child’s Psychology.

Beginning wrestling training in 2019, she’s been coached by AR Fox, Heath Slater, Dustin Rhodes, & QT Marshall.

Stunting platinum blonde hair and a physique IFBB pro bodybuilders aspire to have, Cargill in a short period has become one of the most dominant wrestlers on the AEW roster.

She made her AEW debut teaming with NBA Hall of Famer, Shaquille O’Neal against Cody Rhodes, and Red Velvet on The Crossroads edition of Dynamite.

An impressive showing week by week on AEW programming, Jade makes perfect sense to be the first holder of the TBS Championship.

Assuming the TBS Championship would be contested in a weekly open challenge format like the TNT Championship this would be right up Cargill’s alley.

Known for beating down opponents swiftly, an opportunity to showcase Jade’s power in championship matches every week on television adds prestige to a new championship and fans get to see a variety of female performers on their screen every week.

A loud section of fans online have been criticizing AEW for not having many homegrown stars. Kenny Omega, Bryan Danielson, Ruby Soho, and CM Punk all made their names wrestling for other organizations.

Jade is the definition of homegrown talent, never wrestling around the independent scene or having been signed to a large company previously, Cargill holding the championship first will go to show AEW does have an abundance of talent that they’ve incubated. 

Jade’s alpha-female personality projects the confidence of a star willing to carry the honor of being the first-ever titleholder.

Even though her time in the business has been brief, her value as a performer and dedication to be successful should be the golden ticket to crown Jade Cargill as the first-ever AEW TBS Champion.

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