NXT star Jordan Myles upset with his logo

WWE NXT star Jordan Myles is upset with his previous and current NXT merchandise logo, which he has recently publicly stated about on Twitter.

Myles specially called out Vince McMahon and Triple H about his merchandise logo, noting that he “will keep posting” till his “voice his heard, and that he is “not sorry for anything” he will “say or do.”

He also went onto say in the same tweet to Vince McMahon and Triple H that if this was a vision for him (Myles), “then this is a slap in the face to EVERY African American performer, fan, and supporter.” 

Myles also noted in a tweet that WWE “needs a reprograming because they are ignorant”, and even stated in another post that he used the shirt for fuel.

Part of the gimmick for Myles includes him smiling a lot, which WWE was intending to incorporate into the design and logo for his merchandise.  However, according to Myles, WWE crossed the line with what is apparenty a racially insentive design that made miles very upset. 

According to Myles, the design for his gimmick is called a blackface, which is make-up which was used during the 1800’s and during the early 1900’s in theatre by mainly non-African American performers to represent a description of an African American individual. 

Myles signed with WWE in February 2019 under his in-ring name of ACH, which he used during his time in Ring of Honor of ACH.  In June 2019, it was announced that ACH would start going by his new in-ring name of Jordan Myles. 

You can read the series of Twitter posts from Myles below, which includes him calling out Vince McMahon and Triple, as well as a response to fans about the logo design. 

https://twitter.com/GoGoMyles/status/1188297337392828417