ACH Returns To Professional Wrestling

ACH is back!

Only a few months after he retired from professional wrestling, ACH has returned to the squared circle.

The Human Video Game Highlight returned at the October 17 Atlanta Wrestling Entertainment show and confronted Buddy Matthews following the former WWE Cruiserweight Champion's match. ACH then cut a brief promo with the Georgia Wrestling Crown Championship and the promotion later announced that the title had been reinstated. 

This was ACH's first appearance in Atlanta Wrestling Entertainment since December 27, 2020, when he defeated Homicide to retain the GWC Title. 

ACH previously announced his retirement from wrestling in June 2021, bringing his career to an end after 12 years. He wrestled on WWE NXT in 2019 as Jordan Myles but departed the company after 10 months after WWE released a t-shirt that used imagery commonly associated with blackface. 

The 33-year-old returned to independent wrestling following his release and he competed for the likes of GCW, MLW and NJPW along with several Texas-based promotions before his initial retirement earlier this year. 

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