Heavy Metal Wrestling announced ACH (Jordan Myles in WWE NXT) will face Chandler Hopkins at "Hey Brother, I Heard You're Running In November" on Nov. 22. Atlanta Wrestling Entertainment also announced ACH will be in action on Dec. 1 at "Squad Goals."
"Hey Brother, I Heard You're Running In November"#HeavyMetalWrestling at @502Bar!— HeavyMetalWrestling (@HeavyMetalPro) November 21, 2019
Doors at 8PM
The King of Texas is back!@ACHisSuper returns to take on @TheYoungGun_CH!
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***BREAKING NEWS***— Atlanta Wrestling Entertainment (@ATLWrestling) November 21, 2019
Courtesy of your Supreme Leader Murder One
Former GEORGIA WRESTLING CROWN CHAMPION
ACH will be at Squad Goals on Dec 1st
At District Atlanta
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Hey @VinceMcMahon— Super A.C.H (@ACHisSuper) November 21, 2019
Can’t hold me down no more.
This is FOR THE WRESTLING CULTURE. pic.twitter.com/wA2UbBFiZP
ACH quit WWE on Nov. 13, saying he refuses to work for racists. It was later clarified that ACH is still under WWE contract as the promotion had not released him. In a recent Twitter Q&A, ACH revealed that he will only wrestle in his home state of Texas. You can view a full recap of his Twitter Q&A by clicking here.
ACH has not wrestled since teaming with Keith Lee to defeat The Outliers (Dorian Mak & Riddick Moss) at a WWE NXT live event on Sept. 21. WWE reportedly tried to help ACH prior to him going public with his complaints of racism and quitting, but he reportedly went missing from Orlando.
In an update, Fightful Select has additional info on the matter.
Fightful has reached out to both WWE and ACH multiple times on the matter, but have yet to hear back.