Jordan Myles quit WWE and then he was released. He left his “slave name” behind and then sought out to find his own path as Super ACH once again. That didn’t last at all as he quit pro wrestling a day after his deal with MLW was announced.

The Wrestling Observer Newsletter reports that ACH seemed to be in a good mood at Major League Wrestling. Then days later he quit the business. This naturally came with a great deal of surprise from MLW.

Those in the promotion noted to us their surprise, that it’s not an angle and that they are no longer booking him.

WWE had plans to push Jordan Myles in big way. He has a ton of talent, but “a series of out-of-the-ring incidents led to him being gone from Orlando.”


It was reported that before Super ACH could come back to the WWE Performance Center the t-shirt controversy broke out. This t-shirt resembled blackface and WWE took it down, but huge stir was started which included Myles saying that “WWE doesn’t care about black people.”

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