ACH Announces He Quit Pro Wrestling, Takes Shot At Wrestling Fans On Twitter

After appearing in a show for MLW, ACH, formerly WWE NXT’s Jordan Myles, made the startling announcement that he is quitting professional wrestling.

ACH, who asked for his release from the WWE last month after denouncing and complaining about alleged racism in the company stemming from a controversial t-shirt design, took to Twitter to announce that he would no longer be part of the industry.

According to ACH, he could no longer stand “know it all” fans and “snakes” in the wrestling industry. He also stated that he would be canceling all of his scheduled appearances.

The announcement that ACH is quitting professional wrestling comes right after he had appeared in a Major League Wrestling (MLW) event.

The event was the MLW Opera Cup TV taping, which occurred on Thursday (December 5) at the Melrose Ballroom in Queens, New York. During the show, ACH Teamed with King Mo in a tag team match against Injustice featuring Myron Reed, Kotto Brazil, and Jordan Oliver. ACH and his partner were victorious in the match.

The appearance was supposed to be ACH’s re-debut with the company. MLW even released a release touting it as such.

“Fresh off a surprise return last night at MLW’s Opera Cup event, Major League Wrestling today confirmed the return of ACH to the organization,” reads the statement.

The statement then goes on to plug ACH’s next appearance in an MLW show, the MLW: Zero Hour to be held at Dallas’ NYTEX Sports Center next year on January 11. This is supposed to be an MLW FUSION TV taping for beIN Sports.

What is going to happen during the MLW show in Dallas, or what exactly is ACH’s agreement with the production is now unclear given his Twitter announcement.