On the same day MLW said farewell to a longtime roster member, they welcomed another one back as they announced ACH has made a return to the organization.
While not calling it a signing, he will be part of their January 11th Zero Hour TV taping in Dallas, Texas. The former Jordan Myles has been working several indie shows and has others booked after his WWE release last month, so it's assumed the deal is not an exclusive one.
On Thursday, ACH made a surprise appearance at their Opera Cup TV taping in New York City, teaming with former MMA fighter "King" Mo Lawal to face Kotto Brazil and Jordan Oliver of the Injustice faction in a match taped for MLW Fusion.
The 32-year-old was last with the promotion in October 2018 before signing with WWE in early-2019. W
MLW has had a busy last few months, announcing the re-signings of Jacob Fatu, Tom Lawlor, and Josef Samael along with the signing of Logan Creed and broadcaster Alicia Atout. They alaos announced the release of Teddy Hart Friday.