Jordan Myles Confirms Return As ACH Outside Of WWE, Takes Another Shot At Vince McMahon

After his controversial parting of the ways with WWE after accusing the company of racism, former NXT Superstar Jordan Myles -- who is once again going by the ring name ACH -- is taking more shots at his former boss, Vince McMahon.

ACH, formerly known as Jordan Myles in WWE's black-and-gold brand, announced that he has accepted two independent wrestling bookings.

The first post-WWE dates for the former NXT Superstar are November 22 for the Heavy Metal Wrestling promotion, while the other is on December 1 for the Atlanta Wrestling Entertainment promotion.

Additionally, ACH tweeted photos of what appears to be him signing a contract with one of the aforementioned independent pro wrestling promotions.

ACH then took yet another shot at Vince McMahon and WWE, saying that he can't hold him down.

His WWE status continues to be uncertain as the company continues to list him on their roster and have not released any statement after the wrestler went public and "quit."