Jade Cargill says WWE debut will ‘create echoes and waves’ in wrestling and beyond

In an interview with The Dallas Morning News, Jade Cargill talked about her upcoming WWE debut in the midst of being in attendance at the Big 12 Championship Game at AT&T Stadium.

She talked about the timeline of making her debut and why WWE seemed to be putting it off, stating:

“I think [the fans] need to understand we’re making a diamond. We’re creating something that’s gonna be a legacy. We’re creating something that’s going to create echoes and waves throughout not just the wrestling culture, but pop culture and beyond. They’re setting me up for success, you shouldn’t rush success.

I’ve been on TV in front of thousands of people several times, one thing I know how to do is entertain a crowd. And no one — no one — can say different. I can do that. The WWE Universe knows exactly what they’re doing. I trust them. I believe in this system. And when they see me in that ring, understand, there’s no turning back.

[WWE]’s believing in everything I’m doing, given me everything that I could fathom. And I’m going to be ready. I’m already ready. But again, it’s on my time, and everybody should be patient. And when I come, just understand I’m taking over.”

Cargill signed with WWE in September, following a run in AEW that included a lengthy reign as TBS Champion before dropping the title to Kris Statlander at Double or Nothing.