PCO’s contract with IMPACT Wrestling runs through October 2022.
As a part of the ‘Honor No More’ group, PCO arrived to IMPACT Wrestling at the Hard To Kill pay-per-view in January. Honor No More is scheduled to be in action at the upcoming Slammiversary event against IMPACT Originals.
The ‘Juice Pro Wrestling’ podcast welcomed PCO onto their platform to discuss his IMPACT run and his decision to depart Ring of Honor in 2021. While talking about his time in IMPACT, PCO confirmed that he is signed to the company.
I don’t do that many indies because I’m pretty booked solid with IMPACT. I’m under contract and I got a lot of work to do with them but, I try to do, on some weekends off, sometimes I try to pick one here and there and Black Label’s been like one of my first date[s] so, but it’s been a good one for me, you know? Since day one so, I just like it there man. Winning the [BLP Heavyweight] title, it was awesome, it’s great. I’m really looking forward to June 4th and it’ll be cool.
As the conversation continued, PCO mentioned that he has had conversations with All Elite Wrestling, but can’t pursue that because he’s under contract and likes to remain loyal to who he’s signed to. He later added that his deal with IMPACT expires in October.
A few times I had talks with AEW but, right now, I can’t do anything. I’m under contract with IMPACT Wrestling and to be honest, I really like what’s going on there right now, I’m really happy with the way that things are going and the way they approach the ‘French Frankenstein’ and the character and everything. I think they’ve done a great job so, I don’t know. I got this contract lined up. I’ve always been very loyal to when I sign a deal somewhere so, I’m the type of guy that’s gonna ask maybe a special permission just to do, you know, to go and try somewhere else and see how it goes and how it is so, yeah. We’ll see down the line because my contract is finishing up in October so, yeah, it’s just around the corner. We’ll see what’s going on there.
Along with the Honor No More versus IMPACT Originals match, as of 6/2, here is the Slammiversary lineup:
- IMPACT X Division Championship — Ultimate X Match: Ace Austin (c) vs. Kenny King vs. Trey Miguel vs. ‘Speedball’ Mike Bailey vs. Jack Evans vs. TBD
- IMPACT Knockouts World Championship — Queen of the Mountain Match: Tasha Steelz (c) vs. Chelsea Green vs. Jordynne Grace vs. Deonna Purrazzo vs. Mia Yim
- IMPACT World Championship: Josh Alexander (c) vs. Eric Young
- IMPACT World Tag Team Championships: The Briscoes (Mark & Jay Briscoe) (c) vs. The Good Brothers (Karl Anderson & Doc Gallows)
- Honor No More (Eddie Edwards, Matt Taven, PCO, Mike Bennett & Vincent) vs. Chris Sabin, Alex Shelley, Frankie Kazarian, TBA & TBA
If the quotes in this article are used, please credit Juice Pro Wrestling with an H/T to POST Wrestling for the transcriptions.