ACH Advertised For Independent Appearances, Sends Cryptic Tweets (Updated)

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Update:

WWE has issued a statement officially confirming that ACH has been released from his contract.

Orignal Post

ACH sent out a series of cryptic tweets today, one that directly called out Vince McMahon, and another that showed him going over some documents near a FedEx envelope, using the hashtag #KingIsBack.

ACH has been outspoken in his desire to leave WWE, after a t-shirt with racist iconography was released bearing his NXT name. There is still no word on whether ACH has come to terms with WWE on a release. Not long after the tweets, HeavyMetal Wrestling announced that ACH will face Chandler Hopkins at their Nov. 22nd event.

“Hey Brother, I Heard You’re Running In November” at ! 11/22/19 Doors at 8PM The King of Texas is back! returns to take on ! Tickets available at !

ACH has also been announced for Atlanta Wrestling Entertainment’s Dec. 1st event.

***BREAKING NEWS*** Courtesy of your Supreme Leader Murder One Former GEORGIA WRESTLING CROWN CHAMPION ACH will be at Squad Goals on Dec 1st At District Atlanta Buy those tix NOW

A third appearance was announced for Dec. 27th, ACH will appear at Pro Wrestling Revolver.

🚨 BREAKING NEWS 🚨 Just got off the phone. Signed for 12/27 THE RETURN OF ACH! 🎟️ 🎟️

ACH completed the round of announcements by sharing his booking information.

With ACH’s contract status in question, it possibly marks the first time a contracted WWE Superstar has taken their bookings into their own hands. ACH, like most Superstars, is an independent contractor, but WWE usually manages appearances and bookings for their talent.