ACH announced his retirement from professional wrestling today. He took to his Instagram to say the following “No need for dramatic or emotional word play. As of today I will officially step away from professional wrestling. Thank you all for the love and support.” ACH originally stepped away after his controversial departure from WWE. A lot of reasons were alleged, but ACH went on to admit he wasn’t in the best head space during that time. He made his come back and has been going strong since.
After his return, he managed to the finals of the Super J Cup against El Phantasmo this past year so this comes as a shocking announcement, to say the least. ACH has accomplished so much in his career such as becoming AAW Heavyweight Champion, Evolve Tag Team Champion, NOAH Global Junior Heavyweight Tag League 2016 with Taiji Ishimori, and winning the NXT Breakout Tournament just to name a few.
Based on his recent activity ACH may have made this decision some time ago as he has not wrestled for NJPW or MLW in months and his last match was in early May for AAWPro against Davey Vega.
We at Last Word on Pro Wrestling wish ACH nothing but the best in his future and thank him for the years of entertainment.
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