Super A.C.H. Quits WWE Over Controversial 'Racist' Merchandise

The athlete whose real name is Albert Christian Hardie, Jr. launches expletive-laden tirade toward World Wrestling Entertainment following the controversy over his merchandise.

AceShowbiz - Professional wrestler Super A.C.H. has announced he's quitting "World Wrestling Entertainment" (WWE) stage after accusing the organisation of racism.

The sportsman, real name Albert Christian Hardie, Jr., made the announcement during a Twitter live stream on Wednesday, November 13, after butting heads with bosses last month for designing what he believed to be a racist T-shirt for his merchandise.

"As of today, I'd like to officially announce that I quit f**king WWE. I am no longer an employee. I refuse to work for racists," he said. "I f**king quit, f**k them. I hate that f**king company and everything they f**king stand for."

Continuing his tirade against bosses at WWE, he added, "All they did was ever hold our f**king people back. I do this s**t for the culture, I don't need anyone's f**ing permission to do what I wanna do."

"Screw 'Jordan Myles,' don't ever call me by that slave name. Call me 'A.C.H.' and don't forget the 'Super,' b**ch," he went on to say, referring to his WWE stage name Jordan Myles.

Addressing the merchandise controversy, a representative from the sporting company denied the wrestler's allegations, explaining, "Albert Hardie, Jr. (aka Jordan Myles) approved this T-shirt for sale."

"As always, we work collaboratively with all of our performers to develop logos and merchandise designs and get their input and approval before proceeding," they added of the dispute at the time. "This was the same process with Albert, and we responded swiftly once he later requested that the logo/T-shirt be redesigned."

WWE are yet to respond to the star's withdrawal.

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