History has been made. On tonight’s episode of AEW Dynamite, Jade Cargill took on Ruby Soho in the finals of the tournament to crown the inaugural TBS champion. But who talked out as the victor?

After a hard-hitting contest, Jade Cargill would defeat Ruby Soho to become the first-ever TBS Champion.

Check out how both competitors got here:

From our own Thomas Hall:

Jade powers her around to start and Soho thinks she might need another plan. That doesn’t seem to work very well as Soho is sent outside in a hurry, but here is Mercedes Martinez to yell. Cue Thunder Rosa to fight Martinez to the back and we take an early break. Back with Rosa managing an STO and kicking away at Cargill’s leg.

That earns her a heck of a shoulder breaker for two though and Soho is right back in trouble. A belly-to-back suplex gets Soho out of trouble so Sterling gets up on the apron. That’s good for an ejection so Cargill tries Jaded, which is reversed into a rollup for two. The Soho Kick gets two more so Soho takes her up top. Cargill is fine enough to counter into a super Jaded and Soho is done at 11:13.

Editor’s Opinion:

The right person won here and I’m super happy for Cargill to win the TBS Championship. Although the ending was a little sloppy, I have been a fan of hers for a very long time. She has the look, athleticism, and attitude to be a major player in the AEW Women’s Division and she deserves this opportunity. The fact that her child was extra special as well. Congratulations to Jade Cargill on this historical accomplishment; she deserves it!

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