Eric Bischoff, a prominent figure in the world of professional wrestling, recently expressed his high expectations for Jade Cargill, a rising star in the WWE. Speaking on his podcast "83 Weeks," Bischoff openly stated his willingness to "bet heavily" on Cargill, underscoring his belief in her vast potential despite her not having made her official WWE ring debut yet.
Cargill, formerly the TBS Champion, is renowned for her charismatic presence. “She's an unproven commodity at this point, we don't know what she's going to deliver," Bischoff commented. He praised her exceptional charisma, describing it as something "oozing out of pores you could only see with a microscope." Along with her undeniable charm, Cargill's stunning beauty and impressive physicality set her apart in the wrestling world.
Currently honing her skills at WWE's Performance Center, Cargill is relatively new to the wrestling scene. Yet, Bischoff sees a bright future for her, drawing parallels to the trajectory of Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson. He emphasized the importance of her being in the right environment to nurture her talents.
“If she can learn and rise to the level of her potential, much like Rock did, Rock learned how to become a great actor within the confines of WWE," he said, suggesting that Cargill could follow a similar path to success.
Bischoff on AEW's Losses
The recent shift of high-profile wrestlers like Cody Rhodes and CM Punk from AEW to WWE has not gone unnoticed by Bischoff. He reflected on the potential backlash AEW CEO Tony Khan might face for losing such talents to a rival company.
Recalling his own experiences, Bischoff said, "I still get beat up for losing Chris Jericho to WWE. It’s going to be brutal for Tony, no matter how successful he becomes. This will haunt him for decades”. As Cargill continues to develop her in-ring capabilities, the wrestling community watches with anticipation, eager to see if she will indeed become the next big sensation in WWE, much like her predecessors who have carved their legacy in the wrestling world.