It has been an intense couple of weeks for Jordan Myles, who now likes to be known under the name ACH. First, he battled WWE about a T-shirt which he considered to be racist. Then, he quit the company in an explicit video, released on social media. Then, he had a live Q&A on his social media account with fans to answer all the questions.
Where Will Jordan Myles a.k.a. ACH Go?
Fans had lots of questions for the former NXT wrestler, but one of the most asked ones was where will he go next. Lots of fans were calling for him to go to AEW, but ACH seems to have a preference for New Japan.
“New Japan, not that I got anything against AEW, but New Japan, I love New Japan. I feel like I got a lot more left to accomplish there.”
New Japan seems to be a popular alternative for many wrestlers who leave the WWE. When he resigned from the company, Neville a.k.a. Pac turned to New Japan first.
When asked if he would be able to make that switch, Myles answered he would be able to mentally, but that he wouldn’t be able to legally. Naturally, this indicates that he is currently still under contract with NXT and that he has not been released by the company.
Jordan Myles (ACH) Addresses Mental Health Rumors
Since the T-shirt incident and his explicit video rant, there has been a lot of rumors surrounding the mental health of ACH. As such, there were some questions from fans regarding his current state of mind.
When asked about his mental health, Jordan admitted he suffers from anxiety and depression. He also admitted he struggles with occasional mood swings. Nevertheless, he did point out that this did not influence the statements he made towards the WWE.
WWE Releases Statement
Shortly after the incident with Myles, the WWE released a statement. They claim ACH was aware of the T-shirt and approved it for sale.
“Albert Hardie Jr. (aka Jordan Myles) approved this t-shirt for sale. As always, we work collaboratively with all of our performers to develop logos and merchandise designs and get their input and approval before proceeding. This was the same process with Albert, and we responded swiftly once he later requested that the logo/t-shirt be redesigned. No t-shirts were sold.”
In addition to the statement, there has been a lot back and forth between the World Wrestling Federation and Myles. After attacking Vince and Triple H, he revised his statement. He points the blame at Baker Landon who is the graphics designer for the company. He claims Landon lied to him saying Triple H wanted the design for his T-shirt. Later, he was forced to admit that he did not exactly say no to the T-shirt.
At the end of the day, it seems there has been a lot of confusion. We don’t know where ACH will end up, but we wish him good fortunes in the future.
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