ACH Announces He's Stepping Away From Wrestling

ACH is stepping away.

ACH took to social media to announce he would be stepping away from professional wrestling.

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"No need for the dramatic or emotional word play. As of today I will officially step away from professional wrestling. Thank you all for the support and love," he wrote on Instagram.

His last match took place on May 7 at AAW Take No Prisoners.

ACH has wrestled for WWE, NJPW, GCW, MLW, ROH, and more Independent companies around the world. ACH was known as Jordan Myles in WWE and won the NXT Breakout Tournament in 2019.

In November 2019, he quit WWE due to a racially insensitive t-shirt and feeling lied to by the company over the incident. In December 2019, after formally getting his WWE release, he announced he would be quitting pro wrestling.

He ended up returning to the ring in January 2020.

ACH had been active during the pandemic era, appearing on NJPW Strong and MLW Fusion while also competing at GCW events and wrestling on local shows in Texas.

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