Last year, Jordan Myles called out Vince McMahon and Triple H for their racist behavior towards him. WWE had released a t-shirt resembling blackface and it didn’t go down well with the NXT Breakout Tournament winner.
Myles even called out the billion-dollar promotion and compared the work environment to slavery, and quite naturally, his actions got him fired from WWE.
Following his release, Myles switched his name back to ACH and now the former NXT Superstar is en route to the next destination in his career.
ACH has been booked for NJPW STRONG week two. The Japanese promotion is also set to witness the in-ring debuts of Blake Christian and Jordan Clearwater.
ACH will be teaming up with TJP & Alex Zayne to take on PJ Black, Misterioso & Blake Christian in a 6-Man Tag Team Match. KENTA vs Jeff Cobb will headline the event.
Myles’ #ForTheCulture movement garnered huge steam but that didn’t do him any good. Instead, he angered several people in WWE and ended up losing his job. Since then, ACH has worked only seven matches on the independent circuit and hasn’t seen much success in his post-WWE career.
It remains to be seen how long ACH has to wait for his big break in the pro wrestling industry.