PCO took to Reddit for a Q&A. He discussed his response to fans that criticize him for the risks he takes at his age, some of his career highlights, what he still wants to accomplish and wrestlers he still wants to face. Here are the highlights:
On Who He’d Like To Wrestle:
There is so many but I enjoyed the crazy match between Ibushi and Naito even if Ibushi said, ‘I went blind after the match.’ PCO IS NOT HUMAN Ibushi is!
On What He Does While Traveling:
Not much to do on the road, being a straight edge. I like to read inspiring books or on human growth, even tho I’m not human. But in life, I like to play hockey, baseball, football, golf tennis, and ping pong. Train and doing sports with my only child my 10 years old daughter London.
On What He Considers His Career Highlights To Be:
First this year ROH Tag Champ, Six Man Tag Champ, NWA tag champ and Crocket cup winner with King, and having the biggest and most popular entrance at the MSG with Destro at G1 SuperCard…My feud with Bret and main eventing many WWE events against The Hitman and main eventing the Sold Out Montreal Forum on top of every superstar against Jaques.
On How Much Longer He Plans To Wrestle:
I will wrestle until reaching my goal and doing the things I’ve promised myself I would accomplish, it’s personal but huge! Maybe 3 to 5 more good years.
On Working With Marty Scurll:
Great wrestler, great person, just being so much fun being around him. I respect his wrestling knowledge. What a performer!
On Fans Who Criticize Him For Taking Risks At His Age:
It’s got nothing to do with age … those bumps don’t hurt me … I do things that other wrestlers cannot do and that’s what makes my style unique and original. That’s who I am as a person… I don’t know why I am like that … I can drink 12 cans of Redbull and sleep tight at night.
You can check out the Q&A HERE
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