Konnan Calls Jade Cargill ‘Stale’, Tyrus To Publish His Second Book In November

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As we previously reported here on eWn, Konnan opined that Natalya has gotten stale and has no business challenging Rhea Ripley for the SmackDown Women’s Championship.

Now, on the latest episode of his Keepin’ It 100 podcast, Konnan criticized yet another female talent, and this time the wrestler is none other than reigning AEW TBS Champion Jade Cargill.


Konnan took issue with the manner Cargill is presented in AEW. According to the AAA booker, Cargill’s undefeated streak isn’t benefitting her anymore and she deserves to be a bigger star than she currently is.

Konnan said, “She should be a way bigger star. I’ve never really seen her in a feud. Taya’s [Valkyrie] the only one, and Taya kind of looked dumb in that finish, ‘Oh I forgot I can’t put my finish on her and then she rolled me up,’ that was brutal. I almost feel like they’re thinking is, ‘Let’s put the belt on her because with that look she’s money.’ Yeah, but now that money look is three years old, it’s not new anymore. You’ve got to do something with her or it will get stale like what is happening.”

NWA Worlds Heavyweight Champion Tyrus will be publishing his second book, Nuff Said, this November.

Tyrus’ first book, Just Tyrus, previously hit the New York Times Bestseller list.

The promotional material for Nuff Said reads as follows:

“The New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestselling author of Just Tyrus returns in his inimitable style with deeper reminiscences on the life that shaped him and how he views the world we’re living in.

A rare voice of reason and authentic storyteller who never holds back, Tyrus picks up where he left off in Just Tyrus, delivering a series of gut-wrenching, heart-rending and redemptive tales from his remarkable life and coupling them with no-nonsense insights on the hottest issues being discussed around the country.

Whether he’s tackling the issues of race and activism in America today or confronting his past with stories of family, relationships, wrestling, and more, this is pure Tyrus at his unbridled best. The parallels he draws between current culture and his personal past are insightful, provocative, and profound. Nuff Said is a powerful reflection on a complex life and a complicated world.”

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