In the latest edition of the Wrestling Observer, Dave Meltzer is reporting that ACH has begun reaching out to “at least” one company about appearing on their show.
ACH (Albert Hardie) posted a video on Twitter on 11/13 claiming he has quit WWE. Meltzer replied to a comment on Twitter today saying that anyone can quit, but based on contracts that doesn’t mean he can work for another company.
Anyone can quit. He just can't work anywhere else. So quitting is a risk. https://t.co/Fk2Mh07Qgk
— Dave Meltzer (@davemeltzerWON) November 15, 2019
Hardie has requested that no one call him by Jordan Myles. He goes on to call it his “slave name.”
Meltzer also reports in his newsletter, that ACH actually was able to pick out his name and Jordan Myles is the one he picked out himself.
In terms of what started this all, it was Hardie’s claim about WWE making a racist t-shirt. There is no doubt that the t-shirt could be construed as a design that can be interpreted as racist. WWE did fix the issue when he complained and pulled the t-shirt.
Meltzer says WWE tried to help Hardie before he went public with his issues. It was even reported WWE had big plans for him prior to his Twitter posts. Meltzer claims Hardie actually disappeared from Orlando prior to going public.
Hardie has since deleted his account where he posted the video and comments. WWE has not commented at this point.
Melter does state that he knows of at least one company that ACH has tried to contact about wrestling, but he doesn’t believe it is possible until he’s been released by WWE.