Super A.C.H. (Jordan Myles) Issues Statement Announcing His Pro Wrestling Retirement

ACH (Jordan Myles) Announces Retirement: “I’m Canceling My Shows & I’m Quitting Pro Wrestling”

Following his Major League Wrestling (MLW) return at the MLW Opera Cup 2019 taping earlier this week, ACH — formerly known as Jordan Myles in WWE NXT — issued a statement on social media to announce that he is quitting the pro wrestling business.

Albert Christian Hardie Jr. (ACH), who celebrates his 32nd birthday today, December 7th, took to his official Twitter page (@ACHisSuper) on Saturday to announce that he intends to cancel his outstanding bookings and walk away from the pro wrestling business altogether.

“I hate pro wrestling,” wrote the birthday-boy. “I hate you sh*tty fans that think you know it all! More importantly, I hate the snakes in this industry.”

Hardie Jr. continued, “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.”

A follow-up tweet continued the statement.

“Chasing my dream was great, but you self-entitled pricks ruin EVERYTHING,” read the second tweet, which concluded, “I’m out.”

Check out Super A.C.H.’s tweets about his unexpected retirement from the pro wrestling business below.

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