Report: Former ROH Star Signs With IMPACT Wrestling

A new face is reportedly sticking around in IMPACT Wrestling for the foreseeable...

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PCO is heading to IMPACT Wrestling full-time.

This is per Les Anti-Pods de la Lutte's Pat Laprade, who reports that the former ROH World Champion has inked a deal with the Anthem-helmed promotion. PCO resurfaced in the promotion during Saturday's Hard To Kill pay-per-view, partaking in an ROH invasion of sorts.

Laprade's report states that, while PCO will still be allowed to work independent dates, he'll have to prioritise IMPACT's schedule, which is particularly key for WrestleMania weekend, where IMPACT is due to have a live show at WrestleCon. Other than that, he's free to go where he wishes.


Alongside Matt Taven, Mike Bennett, Maria Kanellis-Bennett, and Vincent, PCO rocked the IMPACT world at Hard To Kill, ambushing Heath, Rhino, Rich Swann, Willie Mack, and Eddie Edwards following their Hardcore War victory. At the subsequent IMPACT tapings, they were given the name of Honor No More.

Retiring in 2011, the former Jean-Pierre LaFitte enjoyed a career renaissance, helped by his inhumane spots for a man of his age and size. He officially became a free agent at the end of 2021, wrestling his final ROH match on the 10 December Ring Of Honor Wrestling broadcast.

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