PCO Confirms He's Leaving ROH, Comments On Future Plans
A free agent from December 1
Former ROH World Champion PCO has confirmed he will be leaving the promotion later this year.
It emerged earlier this week that PCO had given his notice to Ring Of Honor, meaning he will leave the promotion after his contract expires on November 30.
Speaking on Sean Waltman's Pro Wrestling 4 Life podcast, Ouellet confirmed he will be a free agent as of December 1 and he also commented on what he plans to do next.
"On December 1st, that would be my third year with Ring of Honor. It will be three full years, and three great years. I have been treated really super good. They are great people over there, but coming December 1st, I will be a free agent. It will be interesting to see where everything is going, either with Ring of Honor or wherever," PCO said.
"The indies could be a great place to start things up. There's not a day that I'm not getting hit by someone for shows, if not a couple of shows. I'm under an exclusive contract right now. I'm fully Ring of Honor. I couldn't take any work for the last three years for any indie companies other than the ones that we were doing business with which were New Japan Pro-Wrestling, or at that time it was CMLL, and that got broken, and the PWG, but I don't know where we stand with them right now," he added.
PCO has been on the Ring Of Honor roster since he signed with the promotion in December 2018. He has won multiple titles over the last three years, including the ROH World Championship at Final Battle 2019. Ouellet held the gold for 78 days before dropping it back to RUSH in February.
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