Pierre Carl Ouelette, now known as PCO, has signed with Ring of Honor. The news comes 2 weeks after SEScoops exclusive report revealed PCO’s rival, Brody King, had done the same.
The 50-year-old will be leaving MLW as a result of his new contract with ROH. The exclusive contract will also prevent him from appearing for Black Label Pro as well.
PCO teased the news earlier on Twitter:
The biggest contract and opportunity of my career! https://t.co/HkF4EtGE2A
— PCO (@PCOisNotHuman) December 1, 2018
Signing with ROH also opens up the possibility both PCO and Brody King could compete with NJPW as well.
PCO Revitalizes Career in 2018
PCO appeared on the Steve Austin podcast in September. During the interview, he referred to 2018 as the best year of his career, including the years he was with WWE.
“The greatest year of my life as far as a pro-wrestler because I’m making more money this year than I made in 1993 with Vince, in 1995 with Vince, in 1998, 1999, or in 1996 with WCW.”
In terms of what is left for the man who recently bit the head of a fish, PCO had this to say:
“My goal is to fight the Undertaker at Wrestlemania 35. My PCO character is a bit like a French Frankenstein, and is tailor-made to fight the Deadman,” PCO said to Grizzly Media earlier this summer. “I am presently in an incredible form, and I am in all the major events of the independent scene. I declined an offer from TNA because I really believe that I can reach WWE for one last run.”
It looks as though the rivalry between Brody King and PCO will continue in 2019, this time in Ring of Honor.