Jordan Myles Returns As Super ACH At MLW Opera Cup

NXT’s Jordan Myles Makes MLW Return As Super ACH, Shoots On Jay Lethal Locker Room Brawl & WWE Racism Issues

Former NXT Superstar Jordan Myles officially signed and debuted with Major League Wrestling (MLW) as Super ACH this week, and shortly after — he spilled his guts about a number of controversial topics on social media.

After parting ways with WWE following a very ugly, public dispute, and immediately after the news broke of his MLW signing, Super ACH spilled his guts on social media about a past locker room brawl with Jay Lethal, his racism beef with WWE and the controversial t-shirt design, the unexpected/sudden MLW release of Teddy Hart, as well as why he considers the ROH locker room to be the worst time in his career. issued the following statement to formally announce the signing of Super ACH (a.k.a. Jordan Myles) after his debut at the MLW Opera Cup 2019 taping in Queens, N.Y. on Thursday (MLW Opera Cup Spoiler Results w/ Videos & Photos):


ACH to compete January 11 at MLW’s Dallas return.

MLW is about to get suuuuuuuper! Fresh off of a surprise return last night at MLW’s Opera Cup event, Major League Wrestling today confirmed the return of ACH to the organization

ACH will next compete at MLW’s return to Dallas at MLW: Zero Hour at the NYTEX Sports Centre in the greater Dallas/Ft. Worth area on Saturday January 11. The event will be a MLW FUSION TV taping for beIN SPORTS.

Tickets start at $15 at

Known for bombarding adversaries with a variety of 450º splashes and signature moves like the Dragon Ball Z (multiple elbows to a cornered opponent followed by a running thrust attack), ACH is a powerhouse anime character come to life.

Wowing crowds around the world, the Austin, Texas native is a dynamic athlete. Combining uncanny agility with blistering strikes, ACH is the evolution of the modern-day fighter.

Experience ACH take flight LIVE in Dallas and , you’ll agree that this hybrid wrestler is in fact “SUUUUUUUPER”!

Purchase your tickets today at and see MLW’s return to Dallas live.

Shortly after the announcement, ACH took to social media to take part in a Twitter Q&A with pro wrestling fans.

During the Q&A, ACH revealed a ton of details about his past brawl with Jay Lethal, his racism issues with WWE and the t-shirt controversy, Teddy Hart’s recent MLW release and more.

Featured below are some of the highlights of some of the more noteworthy tweets from ACH that came out of his Twitter Q&A on Friday: Social Media Interaction

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