PCO To Leave ROH On November 30

The former ROH Champion is to leave after a three-year run

Former ROH World Champion PCO is set to leave Ring of Honor when his contract expires on November 30.

Per a report from Dave Meltzer on Figure Four Online, PCO recently gave his notice to ROH management, but will work through the remainder of his contract. There is no word yet on what PCO’s next career move will be.

A former three-time WWE Tag Champion with Jacques Rougeau as The Quebeccers, Pierre Carl Ouellet retired from the business in 2011, having worked for the likes of WWE, WCW, ECW, and TNA during his initial run.

After a successful career renaissance on the Indies starting in 2016, the former Jean-Pierre Lefitte joined ROH in December 2018, working alongside Marty Scurll and Brody King in Villain Enterprises, as well as providing upset of the year in 2019 when he defeated RUSH for the ROH World Championship at Final Battle 2019.

PCO has most recently been teaming with Danhausen on ROH TV, with the two recently picking up a win over The Bouncers at Best in the World 2021 on July 11.

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