WWE Putting Together Major Plans For Jade Cargill

Jade Cargill looks set for a WWE push

Jade Cargill is officially gone from All Elite Wrestling, having been removed from the company's official roster page over the weekend. Cargill's final match with the promotion aired on Friday's episode of Rampage and her contract, according to Fightful Select, is believed to have expired on September 15. 

Cargill is expected to join WWE and PWInsider has reported the former AEW TBS Champion was at the Performance Center in Orlando on Monday. She flew back to Atlanta later that day and Cargill is not expected to be involved on Tuesday's episode of WWE NXT.

When Cargill does debut on WWE TV, she looks set to receive a push as Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer has reported that WWE have been making "major plans" for the former AEW talent. Cargill also won't be signing with WWE on a developmental salary and she is set to receive much bigger money than WWE's standard developmental deal. 

"Yeah, they've already started working on creative for her. I heard that yesterday when I was asking around about 'Is she locked in?' And it's like she wasn't locked in, but they'd been talking about her a lot. It's not like this is just some minor thing to them. It's a big thing to them. And she'll get a vocal push because the money to get her, you have to give her a chance to get over because they're not paying what they would pay a normal person to start there. I mean, it's not like it's Charlotte Flair money or anything like that or Becky Lynch money but for a newcomer to the company, it's much higher than they usually go. So she got a good deal and they're talking about her a lot more than they would talk about somebody that they brought up from NXT. So she ain't going to be Tegan Nox or somebody who's brought up or Candice LeRae," Meltzer said on Wrestling Observer Radio.

Meltzer has since reported that WWE are drawing up main roster plans for Jade Cargill and they are said to be a high priority.

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