ACH Returns To Twitter With Wish List, WWE Reportedly Tried To Help Before He Quit

Super ACH returns to social media.

ACH (Jordan Myles in WWE) is back on Twitter with the new handle @ACHisSUPER. His previous handle was @GoGoMyles, but the account with delated/switched after he posted a social media video where he quit WWE while calling the company racist.

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To coincide with his social media switchover, ACH posted his wrestling wishlist, a move Cody Rhodes did after he received his WWE release in 2016. ACH's list includes Jonathan Gresham, Darius Lockheart, AJ Gray, Myron Reed, and Dezmond Xavier.

Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer reports WWE tried to help ACH weeks before he went public with his issue over the racist t-shirt, but he went missing from Orlando. ACH first brought up the issue with the racist shirt on Oct. 27. The shirt was released prior to NXT debuting on USA Network in September, but eventually pulled. WWE put out a statement saying ACH approved the design, though ACH claimed he only approved it when he felt like he had no choice.

Though ACH has publicly quit WWE, he has not been given his release and remains under contract.

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