ACH “quits” pro wrestling, calls wrestling fans “self entitled pricks”

ACH, the former NXT star known as Jordan Myles who quit the promotion in a blaze, tweeted yesterday that he’s quitting pro wrestling altogether and launched an attack on fans, calling them “self-entitled pricks.”

Released by WWE last month after weeks of claiming that his employer was racist, ACH returned to the indie scene immediately but it looks like his return has been cut short.

“I hate pro wrestling. I hate you shity [sic] fans that think you know it all! More importantly I hate the snakes in this industry,” ACH wrote in a tweet. “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.”

He concluded with, “Chasing my dream was great, but you self entitled pricks ruin EVERYTHING. I’m out.”

ACH quit WWE after a t-shirt proposed to him depicted blackface. He was very public about the situation, accusing both Vince McMahon and Triple H of being racists and lambasting the company. He eventually got what he wanted, a release from his WWE contract.

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Colin Vassallo has been editor of Wrestling-Online since 1996. He is born and raised in Malta, follows professional wrestling and MMA, loves to travel, and is a big Apple fan!


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