ACH is celebrating his birthday by quitting pro wrestling.
On Nov. 21 it was confirmed ACH (formerly Jordan Myles in WWE) was no longer under WWE contract. He quit WWE on Nov. 13, saying he no longer wanted to work for a racist company after going public with his issues against WWE for releasing a racist shirt.
Despite his public quitting, ACH remained under contract for the next eight days. After shedding his WWE contract, ACH immediately began taking bookings and making surprise appearances on the Independent scene. He recently made a surprise appearance at MLW Opera Cup on Thursday and was signed to compete on Jan. 11 for MLW.
However, according to his latest tweets, ACH has canceled all bookings and is done with pro wrestling.
I hate pro wrestling.— Albert C Hardie / Super A.C.H (@ACHisSuper) December 7, 2019
I hate you shity fans that think you know it all! More importantly i hate the snakes in this industry.
None of y’all would never say anything about me to me.
All of y’all can go screw yourselves.
I’m canceling my shows AND I’m quitting pro wrestling.
Chasing my dream was great, but you self entitled pricks ruin EVERYTHING.— Albert C Hardie / Super A.C.H (@ACHisSuper) December 7, 2019
MLW, who had announced ACH for their upcoming Zero Hour event, provided a statement to PWInsider saying, "We respect ACH's decision and want him to be happy." This appears to confirm that they have canceled ACH's January booking date just one day after announcing his return to the promotion.
ACH made headlines on Friday when he expanded on his issues with Jay Lethal, claiming he took Lethal down during an altercation. You can read his full comments by clicking here.