PCO was recently interviewed by Wrestlezone. During the interview, he talked about what’s next for Villain Enterprises after losing their tag titles to G.O.D. at ROH/NJPW G1 Supercard last weekend, his early memories of the NWA and his thoughts on Enzo and Cass invading the event. Here are the highlights:
On What’s Next For Villain Enterprises:
There’s always the possibility of going in there and trying to get our titles back. We also have the Crockett Cup coming up, so that’s a big focus right now, the tournament for the NWA Tag Team Championship belts. We’re also ready to defend the Ring Of Honor Six Man Tag Team titles, so there’s a lot of work ahead of us. We’re going to try and get as much gold as possible.
On His Early Memories Of NWA:
As a kid, I have memories of the old NWA before it became WCW. I remember Magnum TA, the Road Warriors. Being from Montreal, we didn’t have much access to the [television broadcasts], but it was mostly through the magazines where we’d see the images of the NWA. The [NWA Worlds Championship] was very prestigious, and what I like about those titles is the fact that it’s the same belt. It’s like if you won the Stanley Cup, you want to touch the Cup. There are historical moments, and that’s what I think makes NWA prestigious; they have the history in each and every title.
On Enzo & Cass Showing Up At G1 Supercard:
To be totally honest with you, I didn’t really know that was Enzo and Cass. I didn’t really know what was going on. I had just taken a powerbomb from the inside [to the floor]. I got up and tried to leave, but went back down. I could see that something was wrong, but I didn’t know. I didn’t even know if it was fans that jumped over or if some other wrestlers were involved. I couldn’t tell what was going on, it was just like you or anyone else reading or finding out on social media what happened.
I assume that they might be at the TV tapings this weekend, but I haven’t seen their names on any lists. I don’t know what’s going on with that issue. I don’t know if they do have a starting date or what’s going on. I’m just being honest with you, I don’t know what the situation is with Enzo and Cass. Are they going to appear like [they did running in at G1 Supercard] or are they going to sit down with executives and get a contract going? It’s all up in the air. I don’t know if they’re going to be signed or aren’t signed, if [footage of their run-in] will be shown this weekend.
I didn’t really ask any questions. I went back home and concentrated on my working out and training and getting ready for the next tour, and I’m going to find out this weekend what’s going on with them.
On Why Pittsburgh Is Special To Him:
Something that does stick out in my mind was during an event in WWE, we were on the three rivers [Pittsburgh’s meeting point of the Allegheny, Monongahela and Ohio rivers] for a boat ride. I jacked the ship as Jean-Pierre Lafitte. [laughs] I took control of the boat, and that appeared in the WWF Magazine. That was a big angle, a big way to show that the pirate was taking over the Federation. That was a good moment.
You can listen to the full interview below: