ACH (Jordan Myles) has finally been released from his WWE contract, the promotion has confirmed.
Pro Wrestling Sheet's Ryan Satin (who currently features as a correspondent on WWE Backstage) published a writeup announcing the departure after a day of speculation, with company sources confirming they had parted way with ACH. No further details have been disclosed at the time of writing.
This story broke just hours after ACH had been announced for a series of indie dates while seemingly still under WWE contract, following on from Voices of Wrestling's report that an unnamed wrestler was set to go rogue in such a manner.
Few wrestlers have made more headlines than ACH in recent weeks and, in the end, he got what he wanted. He is one of only a few performers to successfully engineer a WWE release over the past couple of years, though this will ultimately go down as one of the modern era's messiest departures after everything that has happened in the wake of the offensive t-shirt design scandal.
ACH hadn't been featured on a TV taping for close to three months at the time of bringing the situation to light, having previously wrestled Adam Cole for the NXT Championship.