Jade Cargill Removed From AEW Roster

Female free agent officially off AEW's books, seen at Orlando airport.

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Jade Cargill has been the talk of the wrestling world this past week after finishing up her commitments with All Elite Wrestling last week and reportedly being all but a lock to sign with WWE.

As of Monday afternoon, Cargill had been removed from AEW's roster page, signaling that her time with the company has come to an end.

Recent reporting has suggested that Jade is set to receive a good deal and a "full-blown push" from WWE upon joining the sports entertainment juggernaut. There was speculation that she could be showing up at the Performance Center and possibly even on NXT this week.


However, PWInsider reports that a longtime subscriber to the site was on the same flight as Cargill Monday afternoon, leaving Orlando International Airport and bound for Atlanta, where she lives. The report stated that the subscriber passed Jade sitting in first class on the flight.

Fightful Select reports that Cargill isn't planned for NXT, but she is expected to sign with the company. There was apparent interest dating back to July.


Cargill returned to AEW earlier this month after losing the TBS Championship at Double or Nothing in May. She challenged the woman who defeated her and ended her undefeated streak, Kris Statlander, on Rampage last week, but came up short.

Fightful reports that those close to Cargill said the former champion was treated well by AEW as she left the company, even getting a nice ovation backstage after her match.


The report also indicates that WWE sources are speculating on whether Jade would land in NXT or on the main roster upon signing, though it doesn't seem like there's a definite answer there yet.

There will undoubtedly be more news in the coming days, but for now, all signs continue to point toward Cargill making her way to WWE.


Scott is a former journalist and longtime wrestling fan who was smart enough to abandon WCW during the Monday Night Wars the same time as the Radicalz. He fortunately became a fan in time for WrestleMania III and came back as a fan after a long high school hiatus before WM XIV. Monday nights in the Carlson household are reserved for viewing Raw -- for better or worse.