AEW President Tony Khan shared an update on Jade Cargill’s current status during the post-show media scrum at Sunday’s All Out 2023 pay-per-view event.
Cargill has been on a hiatus since losing the TBS Championship to Kris Statlander at AEW Double or Nothing 2023 this past May.
Khan was questioned about Cargill’s status and he replied with the following,
“Yeah, very excited. I talked to Jade recently, I think hopefully [we’ll] get Jade Back in soon. Obviously, it was Kris Statlander who put Jade on the shelf. And Jade’s one of the most successful stars ever in AEW. So we’ll have stay tuned to see when and where Jade might pop again in the world.”
Khan also shared his thoughts on AEW All Out 2023, noting that All Elite Wrestling is having one the strongest years for a wrestling company of all time.
You can check out some highlights from the media scrum below:
On All Out 2023: “It was a great show, I was really excited. I felt like it was gonna be a strong show. To me, it was the biggest week in the history of the company for in-ring and content reasons. We just did the biggest show in pro wrestling history… I’m so proud of the wrestlers and the staff and the fans in AEW, because that’s something no one’s ever going to be able to take away from AEW, to be in the history books forever.
“And now to come here one week later, I knew it would be a big challenge to follow that. And there’s been a lot of things happening this week in and out of the ring. But I think from a wrestling standpoint, it was exciting to be able to come and follow [All In].”
On AEW’s year on pay-per-view: “Pretty telling to me, if you look back at this year on PPV, I think Supercard of Honor was one of the best PPV shows of the year. I think Revolution was one of the best shows of the year. I thought Death Before Dishonor was one of the best shows of the year. Forbidden Door was amazing, and then All in last week, tremendous show. And now ALl Out, we’ve come in and delivered. And that’s six PPVs I would say already this year that have been amazing shows. So I think we’re having a stronger year on PPV right now as any pro wrestling company ever.”