ACH and Trevor Lee Officially Sign with WWE
Today, an article on WWE.com confirmed the long-rumored signings of 12 new recruits at the WWE Performance center in Orlando, Florida. Among the recruits were two of SquaredEagle’s blue chip prospects, ACH and Trevor Lee. The pair have been stalwarts of the independent scene for sometime now.
Here’s what WWE.com had to say about ACH:
Among the class’ headliners is Albert Hardie Jr., a high-flying Texan who went by the name of ACH while competing on the indies. Known for his breathtaking aerial maneuvers — the type of stuff once thought to be restricted to the realm of video games — Hardie has been wrestling for 10 years. Over the course of his travels, he crossed paths with the likes of current WWE Superstars AJ Styles, Kevin Owens and Cedric Alexander.
And here’s what the wrote about Trevor Lee:
Another eye-popping newcomer is 25-year-old Trevor Lee Caddell. Hailing from Cameron, N.C., the hirsute “Carolina Caveman” is a second-generation grappler whose father wrestled alongside The Hardy Boyz in the revolutionary 1990s indie promotion, OMEGA. Growing up with a wrestling ring in his backyard, the younger Caddell — who competes as Trevor Lee — broke into the sport as a teenager. He has held titles throughout the U.S., wrestled in England and India, and is famous for caving in opponents’ chests with his leaping foot stomps.
SquaredEagle congratulates these two fine wrestlers on what is surely the realization of lifelong dream. We wish them continued success in everything they do. Both will be removed from our prospect listing and filed into the Graduate category.