PCO Thinks A WWE Return Is Possible
Could you see a potential PCO WWE run down the line?
PCO may be signed to IMPACT Wrestling until October, but the former WWE star is at least pondering a potential return to the company that made him famous.
Speaking with Wrestling Inc's Nick Hausman, the former WWE Tag Team Champion was asked if he feels a return in some capacity would be possible now that Paul 'Triple H' Levesque is in charge of creative.
"Yeah, I think so. I think so. I don't think I had a bad relationship with Vince, but I think new blood, and guys like Paul, Triple H, I mean, other than I had my altercation with his best buddies at the time, I remember when he came in the WWE from WCW...We rode together, we did a bunch of shows where we shared a car, and then we were on the road together for almost two, three weeks, almost a month.
"And it was tough coming in a WWF dressing room back then, and coming from the other company, and I really helped him out a lot. But I don't think he owes me anything. That's not why I'm saying that. But to just say, even though I was not on good terms with other guys, he would always say hi to me, and was always polite to me, and would shake hands, and always got along with him. And I think he's doing a tremendous job right now".
PCO previously wrestled for WWE as Pierre, one half of the Quebecers tag team, before being repackaged as pirate Jean-Pierre LaFitte.
After a run in WCW, The Quebecers returned to WWE, but their union was short-lived and PCO was only sparingly used before his contract expired in January 2000.