Jordan Myles Officially Released By WWE, Wants To ‘Save’ Cedric Alexander As Well

ACH, formerly known as Jordan Myles in WWE, has been officially released by WWE. After weeks of speculation involving the NXT superstar, WWE recently released an official announcement to various media outlets confirming his departure from the company.

A few weeks ago, Myles posted a series of tweets, calling out Vince McMahon and Triple H for their racist behavior towards him. This was after WWE released a t-shirt resembling blackface, which didn’t go down well with the NXT Breakout Tournament winner.

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Myles went on to call out WWE for their horrible work environment and compared it to slavery. There was no way ACH was ever going to be employed by the company post this incident, but they never released an official announcement on their social media. WWE usually posts a ‘best of luck for your future endeavors’ message after releasing a superstar, but no such post was made for Myles.

It was recently reported that Myles has already started taking bookings in the independent circuit, but it is unlikely that a major promotion will ever tie him down to a contract after his actions.

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Cedric Alexander‘s wife Big Swole, who is currently working with All Elite Wrestling, welcomed ACH back to the indies. In response, ACH said that he wasn’t done with WWE yet, and will save her husband Alexander too.

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Former Cruiserweight Champion Cedric Alexander hasn’t had the most successful run on the main-roster, starring in several defeats to the likes of Drew McIntyre and AJ Styles. Alexander was one of the few individuals who initially supported ACH after his outburst, and he seems to be good friends with ACH.

Alexander seems to be in a good position in the company, despite his inconsistent booking, and it is puzzling as to why ACH would want to ‘save’ him from the company.