Jordan Myles Quits WWE + Women’s TLC Tag Match In Works
NXT star called the WWE racist and that he would no longer work for the promotion after a controversial t-shirt was released in his name.
Jordan Myles Has Quit The WWE, Claims Company Is Racist
Jordan Myles released a video on social media claiming the WWE to be racist and stating that he is “no longer employed” by the promotion.
Recently, a t-shirt was released by the WWE that many believed to resemble blackface makeup. Myles started an online push against the t-shirt, which was removed from the WWE’s custom print shop.
Myles, who has been off NXT television for several months, who previously performed under the ACH name, is a 31-year-old from Texas. Albert Christian Hardie Jr., his real name, previously competed for Ring of Honor, Chikara, Dragon Gate USA, Impact Wrestling and New Japan Pro-Wrestling among others.
Transcript Of The Video
“As of today I’d like to officially announced (expletive) WWE,” Myles said. “I am no longer employed and I refuse to work for racists. I (expletive) quit — (expletive) them — I hate that (expletive) company and everything they (expletive) stand for.
“All they ever did was hold our (expletive) people back. I do this (expletive) for the culture. I don’t need anyone’s (expletive) permission to do what I wanna do. Screw Jordan Myles. Don’t ever call me by that slave name. Call me ACH and don’t forget the super, bitch. I quit! (Expletive) you!”
DAMMMNNN JORDAN MYLES …
SHIT, I MEAN ACH. LEMME NOT FORGET THE “SUPER” 🤣🤣
Who else on the WWE roster tryna go down the “super” route ?? This is entertaining as hell!pic.twitter.com/wi2DDU3RMP
— 🎅 ❄️ Ⓩ 🎅 ❄️ (@The_Realest2_) November 13, 2019
He signed with the WWE in February of this year and made his NXT debut shortly after.
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According to Dave Meltzer of Wrestling Observer Radio, WWE had big plans for his future with the promotion.
“WWE wanted to push him. They had him win that tournament and he absolutely was going to be a major star on the NXT show,” Meltzer said. “That was the plan. Then it all unraveled, it all unraveled and that’s the basic situation.”
Women’s Tag Match Headed To TLC For The First Time
WWE TLC is scheduled for December 15 from the Target Center in Minneapolis. And as continues to be the case, the women are set to make history.
In a release sent out by the Target Center, a tag match between Charlotte Flair and Raw women’s champion Becky Lynch vs. the WWE women’s tag team champions Kairi Sane and Asuka is being advertised for the event. The belts would be on the line in the first-ever women’s TLC tag match.
🗣️ ATTENTION @WWE FANS! Just announced card for WWE Tables, Ladders & Chairs on Sunday, Dec. 15:
— Target Center (@TargetCenterMN) November 13, 2019
The card currently features Roman Reigns vs. King Baron Corbin in a TLC match and Rusev vs. Bobby Lashley with Lana.
Lynch is also set to face SmackDown champion Bayley and NXT champion Shayna Baszler at Survivor Series this month.
— The Man (@BeckyLynchWWE) November 11, 2019