Jordan Myles (ACH) held a Twitter Q&A recently to address his WWE status, mental health, and where he wants to wrestle next.
Answering a question of whether he was able to move on from WWE, Myles responded:
“Legally, no. Mentally, yes.”
On where he wants to wrestle next:
“New Japan, not that I got anything against AEW, but New Japan, I love New Japan. I feel like I got a lot more left to accomplish there.”
He also discussed rumours as to whether his mental health had had an impact on his actions as of late:
“The thing about the mental health, I do suffer with anxiety and I do suffer with depression and I can have bad mood swings sometimes, but that doesn’t mean when I speak out it doesn’t have any meaning behind it.
“The t-shirt triggered things from my past and it all came up at once, and a lot of anger from my past came up with it, as well. That caused me to come at people the way that I did. Again, I’m not gonna apologise for what I said. What I said, I meant it.”
Jordan Myles was asked why he brought up Jay Lethal in a recent Twitter video:
“There’s a huge story behind it, and to be fair and respectful, I won’t disclose that story. I won’t disclose that story because I won’t throw more salt on his name than I already have. I think any issues between him and I—now that it’s out there, I’m cool, I’m straight, it is what it is, you know what I mean? But our beef is our beef. There may not be any beef—to be fair—there ain’t no beef on my end. I said what I had to say and I’m done. I’m done with it, I got everything off my chest, it’s out there in the public eye. If anybody wants to know, your best bet is to ask him, or ask around, there were a ton of people around.”
Thanks to Wrestling Inc. for the quotes