A surprising ex-WCW competitor, who last wrestled for WWE in 2008, is feeling positive about returning to the company with Paul ‘Triple H’ Levesque in charge!
PCO, the 54-year-old ‘French-Canadian Frankenstein’, has enjoyed a career rejuvenation over the last few years, adapting a daredevil style that many may not have typically associated with the former Quebecer Pierre. Although he signed with IMPACT Wrestling only this year, PCO is already eyeing up his next career move.
Speaking to Wrestling Inc. Managing Editor Nick Hausman, the three-time WWE Tag Team Champion divulged his interest in a return to the company with Triple H now heading up the creative process within the promotion:
“Yeah, I think so. I don’t think I had a bad relationship with Vince [McMahon], but I think new blood and guys like Paul ‘Triple H,’ I mean other than I had my altercation with his best buddies at the time, I remember when he came in the WWE from WCW, we rode together. We did a bunch of shows where we shared a car and we were on the road together for almost two, three weeks, almost a month.”
PCO concluded his last full-time run with WWE in 1998, where he was part of The Quebecers with Jacques Rougeau. He’s wrestled a further four matches for the organisation, last wrestling Charlie Haas in a dark match prior to a July 2008 Monday Night Raw broadcast.
The former Jean-Pierre LaFitte, as he was known as in WCW, rose back to popularity over the last few years through his regular work in the likes of GCW and ROH. He’s now signed to IMPACT Wrestling as part of the Honor No More faction, most recently competing at Emergence vs. Bullet Club.