PCO signs new contract with Impact Wrestling

PCO has decided to stay with Impact Wrestling.

Impact announced on Tuesday that PCO has signed a new contract with the company. Further details about the terms of the new deal were not disclosed.

“I really wanted to be part of the new era of TNA Wrestling and Scott D’Amore made me an offer I could not refuse,” PCO said.

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PCO's previous Impact contract was set to expire on October 30. As of last month, PCO had given notice to Impact and was expected to depart the company at the end of his deal. But PCO giving notice "reopened" the discussions between the two sides. PCO spoke about the negotiations with Impact during an interview with Les Anti-Pods de la Lutte.

At Impact's Bound for Glory pay-per-view over the weekend, PCO won a Monster's Ball match against Moose, Rhino, and Steve Maclin.

Impact hyped that PCO is the first signing of the new era of TNA Wrestling. At the conclusion of Bound for Glory, Impact Wrestling revealed that it's changing its name back to TNA Wrestling. The name change starts with the promotion's Hard to Kill PPV in January 2024.

PCO started with Impact in the beginning of 2022. Previously best known as a former WWF Tag Team Champion as part of The Quebecers, the 55-year-old PCO has gone through a career resurgence in recent years. That included an ROH World Championship reign for PCO from December 2019 to February 2020.

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