ACH Retires From Pro Wrestling

After a 12-year career

ACH has announced his retirement from professional wrestling.

The Human Video Game Highlight took to Instagram to make the announcement, writing: "No need for the dramatic or emotional word play. As of today I will officially step away from professional wrestling. Thank you all for the support and love."

With the announcement, ACH's career comes to an end after 12 years. His last match was at AAW Take No Prisoners on May 7, 2021, when he defeated Davey Vega. 

ACH previously wrestled on WWE NXT in 2019 as Jordan Myles. He departed the company after 10 months, though, following the release of a t-shirt that used imagery commonly associated with blackface. Myles revealed he "quit" the company as a result and WWE released him one week later.

Following his departure, ACH returned to the independent wrestling scene and he wrestled for GCW, MLW and New Japan Pro-Wrestling on Strong in 2020 and 2021. He has spent the last few months primarily wrestling for Texas-based promotions and the aforementioned AAW. 

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