PCO has inked a deal with ROH.
Pierre Carl Ouellet at the age of 50-years old and turning 51 on December 30th has brought new life into his wrestling career. PCO, once known as one-half of the former 3-time WWF Tag Team Champions The Quebecers has reached new heights in terms of his popularity in professional wrestling. PCO burst back onto the scene when he competed against WALTER at Joey Janela's Spring Break 2 during WrestleMania 34 weekend in New Orleans and once that match was all said and done, PCO began to receive more booking offers and he suddenly became a fan favorite on the independent scene.
PCO has since gone on to compete all over the independent wrestling scene in number of countries and clips of him wrestling have made the rounds on social media including his moonsault from the top rope to the outside of the ring. PCO's rising popularity has garnered the attention of many promotions and companies but according to PWInsider, Ring Of Honor is interested in PCO to the point that they have signed Ouellet to a full-time exclusive contract. The site notes that it is to be believed that PCO inked the deal over the last week and promotions such as 'Black Label Pro Wrestling' have began to announce that PCO will no longer be appearing at his scheduled dates.
Due to his new contractual requirements, @PCOisNotHuman will not be appearing at Adventures in Wrestling.— Black Label Pro (@BLabelPro) December 1, 2018
We are very grateful of him for everything he has given to this company. We wish him nothing but the best!
PCO is retweeting all that has to do with the report that he has signed with Ring Of Honor and teasers with a heartbeat monitor have been airing on Ring Of Honor television signaling the arrival of one Pierre Carl Ouellet.