No Official Date For Jade Cargill To Begin Appearing Regularly On WWE TV

No word on when Jade Cargill will make her full WWE debut

In the latest word on Jade Cargill's WWE future, Mike Johnson of PWInsider has reported there is no official date for the former AEW TBS Champion to begin appearing regularly on WWE programming.

Cargill has been a part of WWE since late September and she has made multiple appearances on WWE TV, popping up on Monday Night Raw, Friday Night SmackDown, NXT, and at WWE pay-per-views. Cargill hasn't been on TV for the past several weeks, however. 

Despite being such a high-profile signing, PWInsider noted WWE are in no rush to put her on TV and into storylines. She is still viewed as a "strong talent for the future." 

Cargill has been training at the WWE Performance Center since putting pen to paper on her contract. She spends one-two days per week at the facility in Orlando, Florida and her current training regimen will remain the plan going forward. 

WWE Chief Content Officer Triple H was asked about Cargill's status during the Survivor Series 2023 post-show press conference and he appeared to take a small dig at All Elite Wrestling while speaking about her development. 

"Jade, I have no less belief in her now than I did then. It’s interesting, when she came in we talked about her development and where she would land, but what the development was. I want to make sure that no matter what is thrown at Jade Cargill she’s ready and at no fault of her own, I think that she was limited in that. The idea is we exposed her, we made her be seen. People are understanding and they’re waiting and they’re excited for her to come and when she does it’s going to be massive… I don’t want a pitch to get thrown that she’s never seen before. I want no matter what that pitch is, she's gonna crack it out of the park. You just see it in her, that’s the presence she has. That’s the star she is. You’ve yet to see her do anything in WWE and yet I can probably name five-ten people where you’d go, ‘Oh that’s a dream match.’ I’m in no rush, when she says, ‘I’m ready’, I’m ready," Paul Levesque stated.

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