Jade Cargill may not be the most successful performer in AEW history, she may not have achieved the most notable victories in AEW history, and she may not even currently be wearing a championship belt because of Nyla Rose’s extracurricular activities, but as the legitimate holder of the TBS Championship, she made history by becoming the first person to win 40 consecutive singles matches without losing to begin her career.
On AEWDark Elevation, Trish Adora, a former Ring of Honor standout, was the opponent, and Cargill battled her way past a few small speed bumps en route to yet another Jaded pin for the 1-2-3.
Now granted, it’s not like Cargill is the first AEW performer to reach 40 victories or anything, as ten other performers—Anna Jay, Britt Baker, Hikaru Shida, Kris Stadtlander, Nyla Rose, Red Velvet, Ruby Roho, Tay Melo, Thunder Rosa, and even Penelope Ford—have already accomplished the feat in their AEW careers. However, none of those performers were able to accomplish the feat without a single, er,
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What will happen to Cargill now that she has lost against Rose at Full Gear? Is 40-1 in her future? Or, if planned well, Khan might be able to keep this train rolling all the way to Revolution in 2023 when Cargill’s win total will be right around 50.
Time will tell, but after nearly two years of dominance that saw “That B*tch” amass a 40-0 record, her first defeat must be something spectacular that rocks the AEW women’s division and the organization as a whole forever.