WWE Hall Of Famer Calls For Jade Cargill To Win WWE Royal Rumble

Jade Cargill

Bully Ray believes there’s no reason for Jade Cargill not to win the 2024 Royal Rumble.

Jade Cargill signed with WWE to much fanfare back in September, and made her onscreen debut for the company at Fastlane, where she met with Triple H. Since then, Cargill has been seen on Raw, SmackDown, and most recently the October 17th episode of NXT, where she appeared in the background tapping her wrist, potentially saying her time was coming.

While Cargill hasn’t made an appearance since then, she is still training at the Performance Centre as she prepares to make her in-ring debut. If Bully Ray gets his way, that could come at the 2024 Royal Rumble.

During the latest edition of Busted Open Radio, the WWE Hall of Famer explained that she has already been built up to be a big deal, and there is no logical reason for her not to debut at the Royal Rumble and win the whole thing.

“Right now, she has not been seen as much on TV because you can’t just keep showing somebody… and doing nothing with it because then you get tired of seeing them doing absolutely nothing,”

“Closer to the Royal Rumble, maybe she pops up. Maybe she pops up, and then you bring her in, in the Rumble. Give me a logical reason in the world of sports entertainment why Jade Cargill could not debut at the Royal Rumble and win.”

The Royal Rumble isn’t a one-woman affair, and Ray thinks it would be best for whoever books the match to work with the other 29 entrants to make Cargill look like a star.

“Because at the end of the day, it’s those 29 other women that are going to get Jade Cargill over. Jade Cargill can go out there, and she can look like a million dollars and have the presence and everything, but it’s going to be up to those other women to make her look like the star we need her to look like tonight if we’re going to put her over.”

Jade Cargill Is Training With Rising NXT Star

Ahead of her in-ring debut, Jade Cargill is reportedly training with Roxanne Perez in the Performance Centre to hone her skills.

Perez is a fast-rising star in WWE and has already won the Women’s Breakout Tournament, NXT Women’s Title, and NXT Women’s Tag Team Titles despite being just 22.

H/T to Wrestling Inc. for the above transcription.