Last night, Jordan Myles quit WWE in a profanity-filled Twitter live stream.
In the video, Myles said that he doesn’t want to work for a racism company and urged fans to start calling him ACH (the name he used on the independent scene prior to being signed by WWE).
This all stemmed from Myles taking issue with WWE releasing racially insensitive shirt for him a few weeks ago. Since then, Myles has not been seen on WWE TV.
Dave Meltzer is actually reporting on the latest Wrestling Observer Radio that prior to the racism scandal, WWE had big plans for the talented worker:
“WWE wanted to push him. They had him win that tournament and he absolutely was going to be a major star on the NXT show. That was the plan. Then it all unraveled, it all unraveled and that’s the basic situation.”
It has been rumoured that Myles could end up joining Ring of Honor, Impact Wrestling or even All Elite Wrestling as ACH in the coming months, so stay tuned to WrestleTalk.com for the latest on his future.