Jordan Myles announces in-ring return following controversial exit from WWE

Jordan Myles
Jordan Myles

Following the recent turn of controversial events on social media, it has now been confirmed that ACH, formerly known as Jordan Myles, will be making his return to in-ring competition for the first time in weeks as he has been confirmed to wrestle for two independent promotions.

ACH's controversial departure from WWE

In October of 2019, WWE launched a Jordan Myles t-shirt that received notable criticism on social media with Myles himself accusing the design to be racially insensitive. Since then, Myles decided to post a series of tweets where he criticized WWE for his own merch design, however, the company also published a note stating that Myles himself approved of the design.

Having later apologized for his actions, Myles posted a video on Twitter on November 13, where he claimed that he would be quitting WWE, as he refused to work for the promotion. However, his profile on still lists him as a member of the NXT roster and his status with WWE still remains pretty unclear.

ACH's return to the Independent Circuit

On Thursday morning, ACH announced that he would be making his return to in-ring competition for the first time since his NXT Championship match against Adam Cole, several weeks ago on NXT TV.

ACH confirmed that he would be wrestling for two promotions and will be facing Chandler Hopkins on Friday night in San Antonio, Texas for a promotion called Heavy Metal Wrestling. Whereas, his next appearance will be on the 1st of December for Atlanta Wrestling Entertainment.

The former NJPW star also tweeted out the following:

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