A few weeks ago, NXT Superstar Jordan Myles took to social media to voice his unhappiness at WWE for releasing a racially insensitive t-shirt for him.
Since then, Myles quit WWE in a profanity-filled Twitter live stream. The talented worker said that he no longer wanted to work for a racist company before urging fans to start calling him ACH (the name he used on the independent scene before joining WWE).
According to reports, ACH began speaking to other companies last week about joining them in the coming months, so stay tuned to WrestleTalk.com for the latest on his future.
Dave Meltzer is now reporting in the latest Wrestling Observer Newsletter that WWE actually “tried to help” Myles prior to him publically voicing his unhappiness with the company.
“When it comes to WWE and Hardie Jr., WWE has very much tried to help him weeks before he went public with his issues and at the time he disappeared from Orlando”.
There is no word on what WWE tried to do to try and help Jordan Myles. We will update you if anything else is reporting in the coming days.
Since quitting WWE, Myles has taken to social media to reveal his wish list for matches on the independent scene.
My wish list..
Let the games begin!
— Super A.C.H (@ACHisSuper) November 15, 2019