We spoke to the Inhuman PCO about his days wrestling with WWF in the 1990s, his career renaissance aged 50, Villian Enterprises and much more.
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PCO has more experience than any other guest in ESSR history starting his career in the late 80’s and has wrestled for every major wrestling promotion.
First introduced to us in the WWE as one half of the Quebecers alongside Jacques Rougeau, the team found success. They won the WWF Tag championships on three occasions between 1993 and 94.
From there he wrestled for WCW, ECW, TNA before taking a brief hiatus. He’s since returned as a French-Canadian Frankenstein showing off his ability to withstand pain and pulling off impressive feats of strength with his creator Destro.
He’s in the middle of one of the best career resurgences signing exclusively with ROH and winning championships as one third of Villain Enterprises alongside Brody King and Marty Scurll. His most recent success came when he and King won the Crocket Cup to be crowned the new NWA tag team champions.
Scott McLeod sits down with him to talk his career to date. This includes memories from the Quebecers and taking part in the often criticised Brawl for All tournament. He also talks his return to the ring, the PCO character and his infamous 2018 match with Walter.