ACH Is Back On Twitter, WWE Reportedly ‘Very Much Tried’ To Help Him Before He Quit
ACH is back on Twitter and now has a wrestling wish list after he said he quit WWE earlier this week.
This week, Hardie released a video on his Twitter account, blasting WWE and calling them a “racist” company, noting that they hold his people back. However, Hardie subsequently deleted his Twitter account, the video along with it, although it’s still available to watch via social media or YouTube.
According to a report from Dave Meltzer of Wrestling Observer Newsletter, WWE “very much tried” to help Hardie weeks before he went public with his issues. WWE has not publicly commented on this story. Hardie has now come back to social media, posting a post-WWE wishlist of opponents. He has also been in contact with one promotion wanting him to make an appearance, but there is no indication that he has been released from WWE.
ACH (Albert Hardie Jr.) said no longer wishes to be known by the name Jordan Myles, his name for his run with WWE. Hardie claims that is his “slave name,” and he now wishes to be known as ACH. Hardie’s falling out with WWE began when the company released a shirt for him that Hardie believed resembled blackface. WWE pulled the shirt, but Hardie was still upset by the situation, making his displeasure very known on social media.
My wish list..
Let the games begin!
— Super A.C.H (@ACHisSuper) November 15, 2019