Jade Cargill pays tribute to Charlotte Flair

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Jade Cargill pays tribute to Charlotte Flair

TBS AEW champion Jade Cargill has proven to be a force of nature to become the longest reigning Jacksonville champion in history with over 373 days of reign. She is also the only woman to have held the TBS title thus far, having defended it 49 times since her inception.

However, Jade is one of hers who definitely keeps an eye out for her other colleagues who excel in her own business. An example of this, as Cargill told "Bootleg Kev," is Smackdown Women's Champion Charlotte Flair.

Jade Cargill praises Charlotte Flair

On her thoughts on Charlotte Flair, Jade Cargill revealed, "I think she's amazing and she's a very solid fighter.

She can do everything, she can go out there and have a hardcore match like a normal match. I think she's the most well rounded out there." in this time". Charlotte returned to WWE after a long hiatus during the last episode of SmackDown of 2022.

On the same night she challenged Ronda Rousey for the women's title on the blue show and won, earning her crown number 14. Like the rest of the WWE audience WWE, Jade found this extremely impressive: "She leaves and comes back to win titles as if nothing happened.

I mean I think she is phenomenal at what she does. People can talk or say what they want but she is really a great wrestler." Jade Cargill's most recent TBS title defense was successful against Skye Blue at Battle of the Belts 5.

It looks like her former Baddies friend Red Velvet could be the next challenger. We'll see if Velvet manages to win the crown or if she extends her reign further. During the November 13th, 2018 edition of WWE SmackDown, Nia Jax accidentally broke Becky Lynch's nose.

It's safe to say that Flair isn't a huge fan of blood in women's wrestling. “I don’t like it. I mean, I guess everybody's got their own opinion, but I certainly wouldn't want to see Charlotte bleeding. I think there should be more with the guys.

No matter how you look at it, how do you put two people in a cage match? Ten years ago, every time we hit the cage, we're bleeding. Now nothing happens. That's one thing I don't like. I don't like the girls in a cage match for sure because I think it limits their ability, their athleticism, and their ability to do athletic things like off-the-top rope and that”.

(H/T WrestlingNews.co)