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PCO signs contract with Impact Wrestling

The deal allows PCO to work indie shows, but he has to prioritize Impact Wrestling dates.

PCO is now under contract with Impact Wrestling.

Pat Laprade reported on his “Les Anti-Pods de la Lutte” podcast that PCO has signed a contract with Impact Wrestling. Laprade noted that the deal allows PCO to work indie shows, but he has to prioritize dates for Impact.

The 54-year-old PCO appeared at Impact's Hard to Kill pay-per-view last Saturday as part of what was presented as a Ring of Honor invasion angle. Mike Bennett, Maria Kanellis-Bennett, Matt Taven, and Vincent Marseglia were also involved in the angle. The group laid out Rhino, Heath, Rich Swann, and Willie Mack.

PCO was a three-time WWF Tag Team Champion as part of The Quebecers in the 1990s. Following a career resurgence, he signed with ROH in 2018. PCO went on to win the ROH World Championship once during his time with the company.

It was revealed last September that PCO gave notice to ROH that he would be departing the promotion when his contract expired at the end of November. ROH announced in October that it would be going on hiatus at the end of the year and taking the first quarter of 2022 to "reimagine" the company.

After his departure from ROH, PCO returned to Game Changer Wrestling.