Jade Cargill Set For Elimination Chamber 2024 & Impending SmackDown Run?

New WWE signing made a splash at the Royal Rumble AND a SuperBowl ad. Where next?

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Jade Cargil looks bound for the blue brand alongside taking the final spot in the women's Elimination Chamber match to determine the Number One contender to Rhea Ripley's World Heavyweight Championship.

Speaking to Denise Salcedo for Instinct Culture, she said (h/t Yardbarker);

“I love RAW. It’s a long night...But I love me some SmackDown. I don’t know yet, I don’t know. I want to see who can give me the biggest bid and who can promise me some great matches."

On WrestleMania, she added;

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“You’re gonna have to see that,” she said. “You’re just gonna have to see. If I want it, I got it. I’m gonna go out there and get it. Let’s just say that.”

PWInsider reported that Cargill was to feature alongside Becky Lynch, Bianca Belair, Naomi, Tiffany Stratton and Liv Morgan in the titular match at the Perth Premium Live Event on February 24th, which WWE appeared to inadvertently confirm with a blurred graphic posted to their socials featuring the six. The former AEW star and longstanding TBS Champion debuted for the company and made it to the final seven of the Royal Rumble with her aforementioned Chamber opponents and eventual winner Bayley.

Cargill may have drawn the attention of plenty of people outside of the wrestling bubble over the last 24 hours, having appeared in a SuperBowl commercial for Mountain Dew alongside Aubrey Plaza.

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