Jordan Myles releases email from a WWE employee who claims Paul Levesque approved his offensive t-shirt design, Myles takes issue with Hulk Hogan working for the company

By Jason Powell, ProWrestling.net Editor (@prowrestlingnet)

Jordan Myles (Albert Hardie Jr.) is continuing to fire away at WWE stemming from an offensive t-shirt that the company designed for him. Myles released an email that shows Baker Landon, who is listed as a WWE Creative Services Talent Coordinator, wrote that Paul Levesque “love it for your character” and “wanted the letter to be more ‘teethy’.”

Myles also wrote that the “whole WWE system is fraud.” He added that “they created this system where you can’t trust anyone, you grow cold, and you grow apart from what you love the most.” Myles also took issue with Hulk Hogan continuing to be booked. “The fact that@HulkHogan is still employed after giving the locker room an apology for being caught says enough.”

Powell’s POV: When a reader asked what his end game is, Myles replied “Better representation and to be heard.” There’s no doubt that WWE officials are hearing his message. It will be very interesting to see how they company responds. Will Myles be showcased? Will Myles even be employed by the company? Does he still want to be employed by the company?



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Readers Comments (5)

  1. I will admit that I don’t know why this shirt is offensive. And that’s not me being racist or me being a bigot or anything, it’s just I really don’t know. What makes the shirt racist?

    • Look at the shirt and then go Google “Sambo” (not the martial art discipline). It’ll make a lot more sense. Let’s just say they should’ve listened to Road Dogg and made the shirt grey instead.

  2. Not sure where this’ll go, but that bus is going to double-tap Baker Landon for sure.

  3. Everyone up to, and including, HHH who approved this should be gone. There’s just no way for a company of this size to not have at least one person in the process who knows how this would go over.

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