In a recent interview, Triple H, the Executive Vice President of Global Talent Strategy & Development for WWE, indirectly blamed rival promotion AEW for the delay in Jade Cargill’s debut with the company.
Cargill, a former basketball player turned professional wrestler, signed with WWE in 2020 and has been highly anticipated by fans to make her debut. However, her debut has been repeatedly delayed, leading to speculation about the reasons behind the hold-up.
During the interview, Triple H stated that the delay in Cargill’s debut was “no fault of her own,” indicating that external factors were contributing to the delay. Although he did not specifically mention AEW by name, Triple H’s comments were interpreted by many as a jab at the rival promotion.
AEW, or All Elite Wrestling, has been making waves in the professional wrestling world since its inception in 2019. The promotion has quickly gained a strong following and has signed several high-profile former WWE stars, leading to speculation about a growing competition between the two companies.
Cargill has been making appearances on AEW programming, leading some to believe that WWE’s main competitor could be influencing her debut with the company. However, it is important to note that Triple H did not directly accuse AEW of intentionally delaying Cargill’s debut.
Regardless of the reasons behind the delay, fans eagerly await Cargill’s debut in the WWE. Her size, athleticism, and charisma have garnered attention from both fans and industry insiders, leading many to believe that she has the potential to become a major star in the company.
As the professional wrestling landscape continues to evolve with the rise of new promotions like AEW, the competition between companies is sure to only grow more intense. Whether or not AEW played a role in the delay of Cargill’s debut, it is clear that WWE is keen on maintaining its position as the top promotion in the industry.