Impressive record for Jade Cargill



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Impressive record for Jade Cargill

On January 5, 2022 Jade Cargill made professional wrestling history by winning, at the end of a tournament, the AEW TBS Championship title, which was awarded for the first time on that occasion, enriching the women's division which until that at the moment he only had one active belt.

And today we are all here to celebrate an important record achieved by the champion, in fact she reached a reign of 373 days, going to surpass the previous one of Hikaru Shida of 372 days, thus becoming the longest reigning champion in the history of the All Elite Wrestling.

Be careful though, because the wrestler doesn't seem to want to stop there, in fact she Jade is also trying to become the first woman to reach 50 wins in AEW without suffering a single defeat. The indestructible worker has only one match on her resume that she didn't win, a Casino Battle Royale in 2021 at All Out.

However, because she hasn't been pinned or submitted, she is still considered undefeated and currently has 48 wins as she continues her career. climb to success.

Great achievement for Jade Cargill

In August 2022 we reported that Jade Cargill was in effect the only champion in AEW history to have successfully defended the title ten consecutive times, a record also extended to the men's division of Tony Khan's company since no one is there succeeded and the record still stands.

But that's not all, because with the announcement of the release of the video game "AEW: Fight Forever", soon to be released on platforms such as PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series XS, PC and Nintendo Switch, with AEW she cares a lot about creating hype around the product, we were also told by the wrestler herself that: “I just found out I'm the first black woman on the cover of a wrestling video game.

#blessed”, with the emoji making a small muscle. This is not only a great achievement for women, but also for the black community, and especially women in the black community. WWE didn't sign AEW star Jade Cargill as the company didn't want to give up "enough control," according to Hall of Famer Mark Henry.

"I made that offer to them [WWE] but they didn't want to relinquish enough control. You know, there was financial considerations and all of that stuff that is personal information. But, I also knew people over there in AEW and I was on 'Team Jade' so I was like, 'Listen, I've got somebody for y'all if y'all want her, this is what's necessary' - and boom, they picked her up," said Henry.