PCO Survives Being Set On Fire, Returns On IMPACT Wrestling TV
Nothing can keep PCO down
The former ROH World Champion's future on this plane of existence looked to be over after he was set on fire by Bully Ray and Steve Maclin on the July 6 edition of IMPACT Wrestling, with PCO collapsing off camera after initially screaming in agony. He then failed to appear at Slammiversary, with the returning Eric Young replacing PCO in his tag team match to team with Scott D'Amore against Bully Ray and Deaner.
Pierre Carl Ouellet hadn't been seen since early July, but he made his return on the August 10 edition of IMPACT TV, preventing Bully Ray from ripping off Laredo Kid's mask during a Three-on-Two Handicap Match of Bully, Moose, and Brian Myers vs. Laredo Kid and Black Taurus. PCO then cleared Moose and Myers from the ring before he proceeded to chase Bully Ray, with the former TNA World Heavyweight Champion stealing a car to avoid any revenge PCO planned to exact.
A match between Bully Ray and PCO certainly looks to be on the horizon.