After announcing he was quitting WWE last week due to an official t-shirt of his being made that was racially insensitive, it has since been confirmed that ACH has officially been released from the company, per a report from Pro Wrestling Sheet.
The report reads;
“NXT wrestler Jordan Myles aka ACH has officially been released from WWE. WWE confirms to Pro Wrestling Sheet that Myles is no longer under contract at this time, though no other details have been made available. The 31-year-old first signed with in February of this year. He then took part in the NXT Breakout Tournament, which he won. Myles went on to face NXT champ Adam Cole in a title match.”
His last documented WWE match took place at an NXT live event on September 21st in Melbourne, Florida, where he and Keith Lee were successful over The Outliers, which is the team of Riddick Moss and Dorian Mak.
Fans won’t have to wait long to see the man back in action, however, as he’s scheduled to wrestle tonight (November 22nd) in San Antonio, Texas, where he’ll be taking on Chandler Hopkins at the Heavy Metal Wrestling (HMW) event titled Hey Brother: I Heard You’re Running In November, with his next two matches set for December 1st and December 27th. Those matches will see ACH battling TBD opponents at Squad Goals, which is being promoted by Atlanta Wrestling Entertainment (AWE), and Nightmare After Xmas, which is an event courtesy of The Wrestling Revolver.
— HeavyMetalWrestling (@HeavyMetalPro) November 21, 2019
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