PCO plans on sticking around for a while.
At age 51, PCO has enjoyed a career rebirth over the last year. It started at Joey Janela's Spring Break 2 in April with a standout match against WALTER and turned into a full-time contract with ROH this past December. PCO is back in the spotlight for the first time since he was a pirate in the mid-90s in WWE and it doesn't sound like he'll step away anytime soon.
"I’m not a wrestler who has abused his body and in the last couple of years, I’ve tried to look after myself as much as possible because this is all I want to do now," PCO told Sporting News. "If we’re being realistic then I think seven years is probably the most I can go on for but I don’t want to look that far ahead. At this very moment, working with Ring of Honor, everything is perfect for me and I just want to take each day as it comes and enjoy every single moment. My goal was to always be the world champion and if that can happen here in Ring of Honor then what a story that would be for me. The response I’ve had so far since coming to this great company has been really special and I hope that I can give them the best version of PCO for a long time."
PCO is set to team with his Villain Enterprises stablemates Brody King and Marty Scurll to take on The Kingdom for the ROH Six-Man Tag Team Titles at the ROH television tapings in Lakeland, Florida on Feb. 9. Fightful will have full results from the show following its conclusion.