One of Ring of Honor’s newest signees, PCO, was a recent guest on the WINCLY podcast with Wrestling Inc. On the show, PCO briefly opens up about his upbringing in Canada before talking about his resurgence in the professional wrestling scene. He also reveals when he found out he was joining Marty Scurll’s “Villain Enterprises” along with another recently signed ROH superstar, Brody King, and discusses his previous history with his newly formed stable.
I found out when I showed up for the TV tapings. But I knew Marty since 2007. We worked a lot together in England and I knew the chemistry was going to be good.
Brody King is a guy I’ve had tremendous respect for with Major League Wrestling and different indie shows we worked together. We had a feud in MLW and he’s someone I admire as a performer and a person.
When they decided they wanted to do this, the chemistry was already there.
PCO then dissects how he felt their stable debut went, clashing with the Kingdom in the first tapings following Final Battle.
The exchange on TV came across really good. I don’t know what we have in store for them. I don’t know how this is going to evolve. It’s not that I don’t want to give any scoops. It’s that I really don’t know the next steps and how things are going to happen.