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Jade Cargill
Cargill as the AEW TBS Champion in 2022
Birth nameJade Cargill
BornJune 3, 1992 (age 29)
Vero Beach, Florida, U.S.
Alma materJacksonville University
PartnerBrandon Phillips
Professional wrestling career
Ring name(s)Jade Cargill
Billed height5 ft 10 in (178 cm)[1]
Billed weight160 lb (73 kg)[2]
Billed fromVero Beach, Florida, U.S.
Trained byAR Fox
Dustin Rhodes
Heath Miller
QT Marshall
Sonjay Dutt
Bryan Danielson
DebutMarch 3, 2021[3]

Jade Cargill (born June 3, 1992) is an American professional wrestler currently signed to All Elite Wrestling (AEW), where she is the current and inaugural AEW TBS Champion in her first reign.


Early life

Cargill was born in Vero Beach, Florida. She attended Sebastian River High School and Vero Beach High School, helping her teams to two basketball district championships. Cargill is a Jacksonville University graduate with a social science degree, where she played basketball, and was named to Atlantic Sun Preseason First Team in her senior year.[4] She also has a certified master’s in child psychology.[5]

Professional wrestling career

Early career

In April 2019, Cargill attended a tryout at the WWE Performance Center. Subsequently, she began training at AR Fox‘s WWA4 Academy. Taking advice from Mark Henry, who Cargill described as her “mentor,” she went to train at Heath Miller and Richard Borger’s Face 2 Face Wrestling School. She then trained at Nightmare Factory under QT Marshall and Dustin RhodesSonjay Dutt and Bryan Danielson started coaching her when they arrived in AEW in 2021, at the request of AEW founder and owner Tony Khan.

All Elite Wrestling

Signing and debut (2020–2021)

Cargill made her professional wrestling debut with All Elite Wrestling (AEW) on the November 11, 2020, episode of Dynamite, interrupting Cody Rhodes, and teasing the arrival of Shaquille O’Neal. The next day, AEW President and CEO Tony Khan announced that Cargill had signed a multi-year contract with AEW. She would work with Cody Rhodes and his wife Brandi leading to a match on the March 3, 2021, episode of Dynamite titled The Crossroads. However, Brandi was replaced by Red Velvet. At the event Cargill and O’Neal then teamed to defeat Cody and Red Velvet, marking the first match of Cargill’s wrestling career. On the March 17 special episode of Dynamite titled “St. Patrick’s Day Slam”, Cargill wrestled in her first singles match, defeating Dani Jordyn.

TBS Champion (2021–present)

From November 2021 to January 2022, Cargill participated in the AEW TBS Women’s Championship tournament, where she defeated Red Velvet, Thunder Rosa in the semi finals and Ruby Soho in the finals to become the inaugural AEW TBS Champion. She would retain the title against Anna Jay and Julia Hart on episodes of Rampage on January 21 and 28 respectively. On February 9, edition of Dynamite; Cargill successfully defended her title against the debut match of AQA. On March 6, Cargill successfully defended her title against Tay Conti at Revolution. On the April 22 edition of Rampage, Cargill successfully defended her title against Marina Shafir to increase her undefeated streak to 30-0.

Personal life

Cargill is of Jamaican descent.She has a daughter named Bailey Quinn with former Cincinnati Reds second baseman Brandon Phillips. Cargill has credited late female wrestler Chyna and X-Men character Storm as her inspirations.



2021Rhodes To The TopHerself

Championships and accomplishments


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