PCO And Brody King Praise One Another's In-Ring Skills; Focused On Winning ROH World Tag Titles

PCO and Brody King have their sights set on the ROH World Tag Team Titles.

Tomorrow night from the Sam's Town Hotel & Gambling Hall in Sunrise Manor, Nevada, Ring Of Honor will host their 17th Anniversary Show. On that card, Jonathan Gresham will clash with Silas Young and Jay Lethal is set to defend his ROH World Championship. The ROH World Tag Team Titles match will officially determine the titles versus titles match at G1 Supercard in April as well. The Briscoes are putting their ROH World Tag Team Championships on the line against Brody King and PCO and the winners are heading to Madison Square Garden to put their belts on the line against the IWGP Tag Team Champions The Guerrillas Of Destiny.

PCO and Brody King made their Ring Of Honor debuts alongside "The Villain" Marty Scurll and the three are known as Villain Enterprises. Both PCO and Brody King chatted with Justin Barrasso of Sports Illustrated and talked about what they're planning to do as faction along with praising one another's abilities in the ring.

“I’m going to take that to a new level in Ring Of Honor,” said PCO. “I’m going to be even more on the edge. All the years of my life have been about wrestling. I’m here, night after night, to make sure fans cannot believe what they’re seeing when they see me live. Going to see PCO is an experience, and it will be that way in Ring Of Honor.” PCO continued, "Marty is a pure villain and a pure wrestler who can do it all in the ring, and Brody moves so well at 6’5 and is very, very good in the ring. Then add me, PCO, who is not human, with my crash moonsaults, and it is going to be spectacular.”

"We deserve to be in this position, and we’re going to show everyone why we’re here in Ring Of Honor,” said King. “The Briscoes are the best tag team in Ring Of Honor, but we’re going to show at the pay-per-view why we belong in the same ring as them. PCO hits like a truck, he’s not very light, and he loves to throw his body at people,” said King. “So it’s definitely better to be on the teaming end with him than the receiving end.”

Villain Enterprises leader Marty Scurll is going one-on-one with Nevada's own Kenny King at 17th Anniversary and just a few weeks after G1 Supercard, Scurll is set to challenge Nick Aldis for the NWA Worlds Heavyweight Championship at the Crockett Cup event.

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