ACH (aka Jordan Myles) to make Game Changer Wrestling debut

Former ROH and WWE star ACH (formally WWE NXT star Jordan Myles) is set to make his debut for Game Changer Wrestling at the promotion’s Homecoming Part 1 event.

The event will take place on Saturday, July 25, at the Garden Pier on the Atlantic City Boardwalk beginning at 5:00 pm local time.  

It was also noted the event will air live on FITE TV. 

Game Changer Wrestling has also announced the following COVID-19 precaution guidelines for the event:

– Masks are required.

– Tickets and seating will be available at a reduced capacity with a staggered seating chart.

– Social distancing will be in effect and enforced as necessary.

– Hand Sanitizer stations will be placed throughout the pier.

ACH took to social media last October in a series of posts addressing a t-shirt made for his character that he alleged looked like blackface. He specifically called out Vince McMahon and Triple H in the post, saying their vision of him is a slap in the face to every African American performer.

WWE then responded saying that ACH was involved in the development of the t-shirt, something he would go on to deny, saying that he was misled. WWE also said they removed the t-shirt as soon as Hardie requested it and never sold a single shirt.

Last November, ACH announced in a profanity-laced video that he quit the WWE, and was shedding his “slave name” of Jordan Myles. He also said in the video that he didn’t want to work for a racist company. ACH also announced that he was taking independent wrestling dates.