ACH's First Matches Outside Of WWE Revealed

Not long to wait to see the now former NXT man in action...

In October, ACH (formerly Jordan Myles) called out WWE after they released a t-shirt which referenced racial stereotypes. The Company and Myles were unable to resolve their issues, and last week during an expletive-filled video posted to Twitter, he quit. 

He said: "As of today I’d like to officially announce that I quit f*****g WWE. I am no longer an employee.I refuse to work for racist …,” cutting himself off. He continued “I f*****g quit. F**k them. I hate that f*****g company and everything they f*****g stand for. All they did was ever hold our f*****g people back.”

ACH's first independent match has been announced on Twitter, and fans haven't got very long to wait with it taking place tomorrow evening at Heavy Metal Wrestling's Hey Brother: I Heard You're Running In November show at the 502 Bar in San Antonio, Texas.

The former WWE superstar will be facing Chandler Hopkins.

Following this, the former Ring Of Honor star will appear in Atlanta Wrestling Entertainment on December 1 for their show Squad Goals. His opponent is yet to be announced.

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