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AEW signs Jade Cargill to multi-year deal


A day after her debut on Dynamite, AEW announced that Jade Cargill is now under a multi-year contract. 

Cargill, who played basketball at Jacksonville State University, debuted Wednesday to confront Cody Rhodes as an apparent representative of Shaquille O'Neal. Brandi Rhodes then showed up to address Cargill, teasing a mixed tag with O'Neal and Cargill against Cody and Brandi. 

"I joined AEW because here I have a voice," Cargill said in a press release. "I'm ready to shake up the women's division and I'm going to flip this promotion on its head."

Cargill, 28, is a fitness model who offers diet and exercise subscription plans on her website in addition to having a master's degree in child psychology. 

Cargill was part of a tryout camp at the WWE Performance Center in April 2019, according to

"We're committed to expanding the AEW women's division by signing great athletes," said AEW CEO Tony Khan. "Jade is an amazing athlete, and she's an exciting addition to our women's roster."