As reported earlier today by our own Mark Blake, ACH formerly Jordan Myles had announced he had a couple of booking dates scheduled to take place shortly. In the latest on ACH, WWE has also announced that they have officially ended their working relationship with one Albert C. Hardie. We had mentioned ACH had ‘quit the WWE’ in what was a video filled with expletives sharing his displeasure with the company. It appears as though ACH is now officially no longer under contract with the WWE.
This had all originally stemmed from his frustration over the promotions depiction in a t-shirt. The shirt was depicted to represent a suspiciously racially charged graphic and blackface. It appears that this is all now behind them. During the WWE’s Conference Call, Triple H shared about talent airing their grievances publicly when the hopes that it would have been shared privately.
According to Mike Johnson of PWInsider, they had received confirmation from a WWE spokesperson that ACH is no longer under contract with the WWE. The spokesperson didn’t elaborate on the company’s decision.
“I don’t understand people airing issues….if you have one talk to us. If you put that out there in the media that’s not a way to go about business. If I had a complaint with a talent I don’t go on Twitter and complain to them, I speak to them. I’ve never understood that process if it’s legit.”
“There’s a silliness to it, a maturity issue of it’s not how you handle business. Anybody that is out there that is serious about it [gaining their release] that’s talking on the internet, using their phones, you handle your business like a professional.
“We’re in professional wrestling and the keyword there is professional. That’s what we are trying to change about the business and make people more – professional.”
Credit: WrestlingInc for the transcription
While the comments were not directly naming ACH, the timing of the comments coupled with announcing of his bookings is uncanny. It leads one to believe they could be linked to one another. If not it is certainly coincidental. The ACH’s first booking is set to take place tomorrow (Friday, November 22nd for Heavy Metal Wrestling.