PCO feels that he has a lot left in the tank.
Last night at Ring Of Honor's 17th Anniversary pay-per-view, PCO and Brody King defeated The Briscoes in a Las Vegas Street Fight to capture the ROH World Tag Team Championships. It is because of that win that PCO and Brody King have earned a spot on Ring Of Honor and New Japan Pro Wrestling's G1 Supercard match card at Madison Square Garden on April 6th. King and PCO are representing ROH in a titles versus titles match as they'll take on the Guerrillas Of Destiny who are the current IWGP Tag Team Champions.
Prior to 17th Anniversary, PCO spoke with Mirror Sport's Tony Quant and went over a plethora of topics including when PCO thinks he'll hang up his wrestling boots. PCO will turn 52 years old at the end of this year but he feels that he has another five years as an in-ring performer left in the tank.
"Depending on the way everything goes, I think I still have another five years for sure. But also I have to keep improving, and keep on getting better and better, and doing all the things I have been doing in the last two years." He said.
The topic of possibly going into the WWE Hall Of Fame as a member of The Quebecers came up. PCO said that he is not focused on the Hall Of Fame at this point in his career and it is something that he''ll think about once he steps away from in-ring competition.
"I am not big on the Hall Of Fame, it is not a big deal for me. It is not something that is really a focus for me right now. Maybe when everything is behind me. I am still very much into the action right now, so I can't think about that. I have got so many other things that are important and that I want to accomplish. The Hall Of Fame can wait until my priority list is complete. It's not that I don't care about it, but my focus is not there and I wouldn't see myself going there while I am working somewhere else. That doesn't make sense to me. This is a subject we will talk about once I am done wrestling." PCO clarified.
Fightful had live coverage of last night's 17th Anniversary pay-per-view and for a detailed run-down of what occurred during the show, check out our live coverage article.