During a recent appearance on the “Women’s Wrestling Talk” podcast, AEW wrestler Red Velvet commented on Jade Cargill “jumping ship” from AEW to WWE, and more.
You can check out some highlights from the podcast below:
On her communication with Jade Cargill since she signed with WWE: “Any communication? Absolutely. I’ve been gone, so I have not been on television while she was continuing her streak and after she lost the belt and all that. But yes, once everything was official and I knew that could talk about it, I went ahead and contacted her, congratulated her. We talked, and I just told her I’m happy for her. At the end of the day, she chose to do what was best for her, and I don’t know why anyone would think I have anything else to say or anything bad because it’s her future, and she’s allowed to make the choices that she wants, so she’s a superstar, she wants to be a star, she is a star.”
On why she’s happy for Jade Cargill: “If that’s what she thought was better for her, I’m happy for her. I let her know. I didn’t really speak on it before, when it was speculation and going around because it’s her privacy. Once everything was out in the open, I did send her a message, and I wished her the best. We’ve had some talks here and there now, but I’m happy for her, I really am. She shocked the world.”
A new biography on late WWE Hall of Famer “Macho Man” Randy Savage will be released on April 2, 2023.
ECW Press sent out the following press release today to hype the book, which is titled Macho Man: The Untamed, Unbelievable Life of Randy Savage:
Macho Man: The Life of Randy Savage is the sensational, definitive biography of the WrestleMania headlining, Spider-Man fighting, Slim Jim snapping, minor league baseball playing American original: Randy Savage.
Savage, a WWE wrestling hall of famer, was an A-list celebrity who sat atop the entertainment universe for much of the ’80s and ’90s. His outfits were as flamboyant as anything worn by Liberace, Elton John, or Prince. His charisma surpassed Hulk Hogan’s and is rivaled only by “Stone Cold” Steve Austin and The Rock. His millions of fans are more loyal than followers of any sports team.
Macho Man starred in cartoons, was featured on lunchboxes, sold a slew of action figures and toys, was in multiple video games, guest starred on Baywatch, Mad About You, and Walker, Texas Ranger, and made multiple appearances on iconic ’90s talk shows. He supported a myriad of kids’ charities, emceed Christmas events at hospitals for George Steinbrenner, played minor league baseball with Pete Rose, was the Harvard Lampoon’s “Real Man of the Year,” and held his family’s wrestling legacy above all else.
With catchphrases and a voice still imitated by millions to this day, and with his GIFs reaching hundreds of millions of views on social media, the Macho Man is a transcendent figure who led an extraordinary life.
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Red Velvet, an AEW wrestler, recently discussed Jade Cargill’s decision to leave AEW for WWE during an appearance on the “Women’s Wrestling Talk” podcast. Red Velvet expressed her support for Jade and emphasized that she respects her choice to pursue what she believes is best for her career.
Red Velvet mentioned that she had reached out to Jade after the news became official and congratulated her on the move. She emphasized that it is important to respect Jade’s privacy and decisions, as it is her future and she has the right to make choices that align with her goals. Red Velvet praised Jade’s talent and referred to her as a superstar who wants to be a star.
The podcast highlights Red Velvet’s happiness for Jade Cargill and her belief that if joining WWE is what Jade thought was better for her, then she fully supports her decision. Red Velvet acknowledged that they have had some conversations since then and expressed her excitement for Jade’s surprising move.
In other wrestling news, a new biography on the late WWE Hall of Famer “Macho Man” Randy Savage is set to be released on April 2, 2023. The biography, titled “Macho Man: The Untamed, Unbelievable Life of Randy Savage,” aims to provide a comprehensive account of Savage’s life and career.
The press release from ECW Press describes Randy Savage as an American original who achieved A-list celebrity status during the ’80s and ’90s. Known for his flamboyant outfits and charismatic personality, Savage’s popularity rivaled that of iconic figures like Hulk Hogan, “Stone Cold” Steve Austin, and The Rock. The biography highlights Savage’s various accomplishments, including his appearances in cartoons, endorsement deals, charity work, and contributions to his family’s wrestling legacy.
With catchphrases and a distinct voice that continue to resonate with fans today, Randy Savage remains a transcendent figure in the wrestling world. The biography aims to provide readers with an in-depth look into his extraordinary life and enduring legacy.
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In conclusion, Red Velvet’s supportive comments about Jade Cargill’s move to WWE and the upcoming biography on Randy Savage’s life highlight the ongoing developments and stories within the wrestling industry. Fans can look forward to learning more about these talented individuals and their contributions to the world of professional wrestling.