PCO was supposed to be on MLW Fightland, couldn't because of his affiliation with IMPACT Wrestling

Originally published at PCO was supposed to be on MLW Fightland, couldn't because of his affiliation with IMPACT Wrestling

The MLW Fightland card was supposed to feature PCO.

Dating back to January 2022, PCO has been working with IMPACT Wrestling. For the past nine months, he was featured in the company alongside Matt Taven, Vincent, Maria Kanellis-Bennett, Mike Bennett and Kenny King as a part of Honor No More.

PCO did sign a deal with IMPACT and while doing a virtual signing with Captain’s Corner, he shared that due to his ‘affiliation’ with the company, he could not appear at MLW’s Fightland show on October 30th.

I was supposed to be on their show at the ECW Arena for the 30th of October full 2018. I was with them, I was on every show for almost a full year so, it’s great.

Elsewhere during the signing, PCO touched on the messages he receives from fans about the idea of him challenging Chris Jericho for the ROH World Championship. Jericho stated on TV that he plans to defeat all former ROH World Champions.

PCO encouraged the public to continue pushing the issue and suggested the idea of doing the match in Montreal, Canada.

You can put the pressure. I should be getting the title match against Chris Jericho. They dropped my name on the show last week, and yeah, so I mean, there’s so many fans on Twitter and all over the place were — they’re pushing the issue. They’re pushing the issue big time so, keep doing that and hey, who knows? Maybe we’ll do it in Montreal in the Olympic Stadium.

PCO’s Honor No More stablemates Mike Bennett, Matt Taven and Maria Kanellis-Bennett appeared on the 10/14 episode of AEW Rampage. On the 10/20 IMPACT on AXS, Bennett and Taven will be defending the IMPACT World Tag Titles against Heath and Rhino.

If the quotes in this article are used, please credit Captain’s Corner with an H/T to POST Wrestling for the transcriptions.