PCO's run with Ring of Honor is coming to an end.
Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer reported that PCO gave his notice to ROH and that he would not be returning once his current deal expires on December 1.
Speaking on Pro Wrestling 4 Life, PCO confirmed his upcoming free agent status.
"I've been treated super good and I'm super happy with all the people I've met. Coming December 1, I'll probably be a free agent," he said. "It will be interesting to see where everything is going, either with Ring of Honor or whatever. The Indies could be a great place to start things up. There's not a day that I'm not getting hit by someone for shows. I'm under an exclusive contract right now and I couldn't take any work for the last three years for any Indie companies other than the one's we were doing business, which was New Japan or CMLL, which got broken, or PWG, I don't know where we stand with them now."
PCO is a former ROH World Champion who has recently been aligned with Danhausen on ROH television.
Speaking about his partnership with Danhausen and the current direction of things, PCO said, "I think we haven't even tapped into so much potential of my character. That's why I'm still working hard and I think I have so much more mileage in the character. We haven't worked on so much things yet. I feel like Ring of Honor is great wrestling company, pure wrestling and things like that, not so much a character company for me like WWE where they can explore with tons of money massively something like that."
It is unknown where PCO will end up once his contract expires. PCO competed at ROH Death Before Dishonor in the Honor Rumble.
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