ACH Issues New Statement: “The Internet Has Killed Wrestling”

Indie wrestling star ACH issued another statement on his social media page, this time claiming that the internet has killed the pro-wrestling business. The former NXT competitor and Breakout Tournament winner would go on to thank his closest fans for their continuing support, while promising to continue his campaign to be the “voice of the voiceless” and fight for change in the industry.

I’m actually a really nice guy. The internet has killed wrestling! It gave ppl’s opinions power or the idea that their opinions actually hold more weight than the next person. I’m not a role model. I’m not the voice of the voiceless. In fact, I’m a pretty damn good human.

I’m the heart of the heartless, a leader, and more importantly I’m just a man who could careless about how i make you feel. To all my supporters.. I see you. S/o to all of you. This shirt is empowering me to make change. Have I voiced my feelings about things openly?

You betcha! Do I plan in apologizing? Not at all. I’m not crying. I’m not whining. I’m standing up for my beliefs. Don’t like it… unfollow and block. Keep throwing your rocks and stones at me. It’s hard to hit me when I’m this high up!


Prior to this message, ACH had orchestrated some peculiar behavior on Twitter, such as changing his profile picture to Jim Cornette wearing the infamous Jordan Myles t-shirt and sharing multiple images of Batman’s greatest enemy, the Joker. Check it out below.


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