Jade Cargill took to Twitter to share some historic news ahead of the release of the AEW video game, AEW: Fight Forever.
Jade Cargill is back on Twitter and continually takes the time out of her busy schedule to bless all of our timelines, today with historic news.
“Just found out that I’m the first black woman on the cover of a wrestling video game 💪🏾 #blessed”
The first ever for AEW: Fight Forever console game is set to have many intriguing features that have fans buzzing including a more arcade style game play than other wrestling games available at this time.
Jade Cargill remains undefeated in her career at 36-0 with 14 of those wins coming so far in 2022.
You can check out the win/loss records of every AEW women’s star at this link.
Jade Cargill is the All Elite Wrestling TBS Champion, a championship she has held since January of 2022 and was the inaugural winner of the title.
Written by Amanda Savage
Just found out that I’m the first black woman on the cover of a wrestling video game 💪🏾 #blessed
— Jade Cargill (@Jade_Cargill) August 15, 2022
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