PCO signs agreement to stay with IMPACT Wrestling for another year

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Veteran wrestler PCO has inked a new deal with IMPACT Wrestling that will keep him with the promotion for another 12 months.

Pierre Carl Ouellet, 54, told Pat Laprade of Lutte that part of the deal entails being allocated a personal makeup artist to enhance the “Frankenstein’s monster” character that he portrays.

PCO commented: “I am very happy to sign a new agreement with Impact. The company really pulled out all the stops to keep me with them for another year.”

The agreement marks his second contract with IMPACT, where he wrestled until recently as part of the Honor No More faction.

PCO has had a decades-long career in professional wrestling, having debuted in 1987. He held the World Wrestling Federation Tag Team Titles three times alongside Jacques Rougeau as The Quebecers.

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