By JT Robinson
ACH, formerly known in NXT as Jordan Myles, has officially been released from his WWE contract.
ACH unleashed fury on the WWE last month when he accused them of racism, using his most recent WWE merchandise as his prime example. The merchandise was a Jordan Miles t-shirt that cringingly resembled “blackface”.
ACH didn’t just attack WWE. He accused Ring of Honor of being racist and even called Jay Lethal an “Uncle Tom”.
ACH’s initially received support from wrestling fans, but after he took a jab at Jay Lethal, support became split. ACH didn’t let up though.
A little over a week ago, ACH released a video announcing that he “quits WWE”. WWE had not confirmed this at the time. A few days later, his first non-WWE match was announced against Chandler Hopkins. Shortly after this, Wrestling Inc.’s Nick Hausman reported that WWE had indeed confirmed ACH’s contract release.