Jade Cargill'

AEW Star Reveals That Cardi B And Beyonce Is The New Addition To The Roaster By AEW

From where it was in the middle of 2022, Jade Cargill’s Baddies section has shrunk. The Baddies, which formerly consisted of Kiera Hogan, Red Velvet, and Leila Grey, are now only Leila Grey and Cargill. After Velvet withdrew and Hogan was kicked out of the group, Cargill faced Grey to defend the AEW TBS Championship and extend her winning streak to 50-0.

But do not worry; Cargill still desires to increase the number of members of the Baddies who meet her requirements. In a recent interview, when asked who she would like to see join the Baddies, Cargill responded that she was only interested in the biggest names in music and the WNBA. “Candace Parker is someone I would dearly love to have on my team,” said Cargill.

“Cardi B is someone I’d want to have on my team. Beyonce is someone I really want on my roster. I’m a huge fan of Delle Donne. “Those are strong, independent women who just go out and damage things and pursue their goals, so they would be my sisters.” Cardi B is undoubtedly the one who is most likely to sign on out of all the names Cargill listed.

Cargill‘s AEW debut

In fact, Cargill invited Cardi to attend an AEW event after the rapper made a comment on Trina’s presence at “AEW Dynamite: Grand Slam” back in September because the rapper is a longtime wrestling fan. Cardi hasn’t opted to take Cargill up on that offer as of this writing. Jade Cargill is wife to Brandon Phillips, who has performed for the Cleveland Guardians, Cincinnati Reds, Los Angeles Angels, and Boston Red Sox.

Despite his acclaim and appreciation, Jade Cargill revealed that she is beginning to receive more public attention than Phillips. In preparation for her AEW debut in March 2021, Jade Cargill discussed what it was like to work with Shaquille O’Neal, with whom she defeated Cody Rhodes and Red Velvet. Cargill described it as a dream come true. This is a man who everyone grew up watching.

Every ad break, I believe you see a commercial for this man. It was a blessing in disguise for me to be in the same room as this man and share conversation and a ring. Who receives a prime-time debut against Shaquille O’Neal? I remember people saying to you before we left, Are you prepared? No, he told, looking at me. Are you prepared? This is my reality.


Sheena Bhandari is a Pro Wrestling Editor and enthusiast, working here at Clout News.