PCO Signs Deal with IMPACT Wrestling!
PCO pens deal with IMPACT Wrestling after Hard to Kill Invasion!
Veteran wrestler PCO has officially signed a deal with IMPACT Wrestling.
On the “Les Anti-Pods de la Lutte” podcast Pat Laprade reported that PCO had signed the contract with Impact Wrestling and noted that the new deal allows PCO the freedom to still work independent dates but also states that while he can do so, that he must prioritise Impact Wrestling Dates.
PCO at the age of 54 appeared at Impact Wrestling's Hard to Kill Pay Per View last Saturday when he invaded the event with fellow Ring of Honor roster members Mike Bennett, Matt Taven, Maria Kanellis-Bennett and Vincent Marseglia where they took out Rhino, Heath, Rich Swann and Willie Mack after their win in the Hardcore War Match.
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In the WWF PCO was a Three-Time WWF Tag Team Champion as part of The Quebecers in the 90’s. After a career resurgence PCO signed a deal with Ring of Honor in 2018 and during his time with the promotion he won the ROH World Championship.
PCO revealed in September 2021 that he had given ROH notice that he would be departing the company after his contract expired, which was at the end of November 2021. This meant he avoided being released as a result of ROH’s 2022 First Quarter Hiatus, which was announced in October.
Since his departure from Ring of Honor, PCO made his return to GCW. With this news it will be interesting to see how he will be utilised during his time with IMPACT Wrestling.
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