ACH Returns To Pro Wrestling, Confronts Buddy Matthews At 10/17 Atlanta Wrestling Entertainment Event

ACH has returned to professional wrestling and on his first night back, he confronted a former WWE Cruiserweight Champion

Back in June, in a now-deleted Instagram post, ACH announced that he was stepping away from professional wrestling. Now, he is back and he has come back in style.

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Making his return on October 17 Atlanta Wrestling Entertainment show, ACH confronted Buddy Matthews, the former Buddy Murphy in WWE and upon his return, he brought with him the promotion’s GWC Championship. The promotion was quick to announce that ACH has returned and that the championship was reinstated and not vacated as had been the original plan following his retirement.

In 2019, ACH was briefly a part of the WWE roster, specifically in NXT. ACH, dubbed Jordan Myles, would win the first-ever Breakout Tournament and challenged Adam Cole for the WWE NXT Championship. Later, he would leave the company, citing discrimination

Buddy Matthews also left WWE, but he was released earlier this year and would make his comeback with a famous prison escape vignette. but he is also looking to join NJPW. Learn more here.

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