Jade Cargill: “just loved how she looked”
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We’re happy to share Jade Cargill’s exclusive interview for AEW’s Unrestricted Podcast. Please see the synopsis and link below.
Jade Cargill made a big debut last Wednesday on AEW Dynamite, and she shares exactly what it took to prepare for that. She talks about training at the Nightmare Factory with QT Marshall, what she continues to learn from Dustin Rhodes, and how WWE Superstar Chyna taught her to love her body. Jade also speaks to her fierce silver-haired look, her college basketball career, starting and running her own fitness business and being a mom to her three-year old daughter. She details her daily workout routine, her personal motto and the importance of being a positive role model.
Dustin Rhodes & QT Marshall
“I’ve been working with Dustin. Dustin’s really been geared in. He’s been making sure that I’m prepared. He made my debut super easy for me. He talked me through everything as well as QT at the Nightmare Factory. They’ve been sitting down, talking to me, rehearsing with me, making sure that everything is perfect.”
“Growing up I’ve always been muscular and I used to always get picked on by guys saying, ‘Oh she looks like a man. She’s too muscular.’ And I remember growing up and watching Chyna and seeing how she just embodied, just loved how she looked, and it just did nothing but empower me and make me say, ‘You know what? I look good. These muscles look great!'”
Storm’s Silver Hair
“I was just sitting around with my friends, and they said, ‘You know what color you should wear? You should wear the silver or the white color.’ And I said, ‘Oh wow! I would love that!’ And they said, ‘You know, you look like Storm.’ I tried it, and I loved it. I love what she stands for. She’s a powerful Black woman, and I think I stand for that same thing.”
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