Backstage News On PCO Re-signing With TNA

PCO is sticking around with IMPACT Wrestling

The first signing of the new era of TNA Wrestling has been made, with PCO having put pen to paper on a new deal with the promotion.

IMPACT Wrestling officially announced that PCO has re-signed on Tuesday, October 24. 

PCO said about the signing: "I really wanted to be part of the new era of TNA Wrestling and Scott D'Amore made me an offer I could not refuse."

Haus of Wrestling has since reported that PCO is signed with TNA until December 31, 2024. The former ROH World Champion previously announced he would be leaving the promotion following Bound For Glory on October 30 but the energy around the TNA re-brand and other requests being met convinced him to remain with the company. The new agreement also leaves the door open for D Destro, PCO's on-screen manager, to appear alongside him at major IMPACT shows. 

PWInsider noted the two sides came to terms over Bound For Glory weekend. 

PCO has been a part of IMPACT Wrestling since Hard To Kill 2022, having joined the company in the aftermath of Ring of Honor going on hiatus at the end of 2021. The former Pierre Carl Ouellet, PCO was initially a part of the Honor No More faction and he has been a featured talent throughout his IMPACT run.

IMPACT Wrestling will officially return to being TNA Wrestling from the Hard to Kill pay-per-view on January 13, 2024. 

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