The first-ever TBS Champion is glad to know fans want her back.
It was at the 2023 Double or Nothing pay-per-view that Jade Cargill was last featured on AEW programming. At the event, her TBS Championship reign came to an end when she was defeated by Kris Statlander.
Cargill is AEW’s first TBS Champion and she went 60-0 before losing to Statlander. AEW President Tony Khan has spoken about Jade on several occasions during the time that she’s been away and he’s praised her.
Women’s Wrestling Talk pushed out their interview with Cargill and she said she’s always in contact with Tony. She spoke highly of him as a boss, adding that there’s no place else she’d rather be than AEW.
I am, always (in contact with Tony Khan). He’s a phenomenal boss. I can hit him up now. He’ll probably hit me up in three minutes and this is a man who has four companies like a professional soccer team, Jacksonville Jaguars. He’s busy, he literally comes to every show. He is so passionate, he loves our company. There’s no other place I would wanna be. He doesn’t look at me as a number. He looks at me like a human being and he knows my journey and he understands my purpose in the wrestling community and what I want to achieve and I don’t think you can beat that. You can’t beat this in a very interesting sport.
It’s been three months since Cargill’s last AEW appearance. She said it feels phenomenal to know fans are anticipating her return.
Hate me or love me, I’m still making money. I can care less. I love our fans. My fan base is the best. The Jade Cargill fan base is the best. That’s undeniable. You know, I started out with a great, I’m surrounded with nothing but greats and the greats in the wrestling community want me to succeed. There’s nothing that’s gonna stop me from becoming nothing but a household name and a great. So it feels phenomenal that our fans want me back. I mean, why wouldn’t they? Who else is Jade Cargill? Nobody.
The post-All Out edition of Dynamite took place on 9/6 and to watch POST Wrestling’s review of the program, click here.
If the quotes in this article are used, please credit Women’s Wrestling Talk with an H/T to POST Wrestling for the transcriptions.