Jordan Myles: “I Quit WWE!”

It was announced in an expletive-filled live stream

In an short, explosive, expletive-filled Twitter livestream this evening Albert Christie Harris Jr, aka NXT star Jordan Myles, says he has quit WWE.

Myles, formerly ACH, has been at odds with WWE for the past month or so following the release of a controversial Jordan Myles T-Shirt. 

The shirt, which features a design that had potential insensitive connotations, was released and pulled from sale shortly after. Myles claims he was unhappy with the design but higher ups were adamant that it was what they wanted regardless, causing unrest between both parties.


The situation lead us to the video tonight, in which Myles accuses WWE of racism and announces he has quit the company. There is no official word as to whether or not he spoke to WWE prior to releasing the video.

Hardie Jr officially joined the WWE NXT roster this year and won the inaugural breakout tournament.  Previously he competed for IMPACT Wrestling, MLW and Dragon Gate.

WWE are yet to comment on this development.


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