Former Ring of Honor World Champion PCO is reportedly leaving the company once his contract expires.
According to Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer, PCO gave the company notice to inform that, once his contract ends on November 30, he won’t be renewing his deal or returning to the company. The report notes that PCO will work through the end of his contract, but he’s set to enter free agency on December 1.
Since he signed with the company in 2018, “The French Frankenstein” quickly became one of the most popular stars in ROH; as a member of Vllain Enterprises, he won the company’s World Tag Team Championship. The duo also won the prestigious NWA Crockett Cup (and, as a result, the vacant NWA World Tag Team Championship) in 2019. PCO then defeated RUSH to win the ROH World Championship at ROH Final Battle 2019. He lost the title back to RUSH at ROH Gateway to Honor in 2020
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