Former WWE Superstar and top independent wrestler PCO (Pierre Carl Ouellet) has taken to his Twitter account this week to offer an apology to fans.
PCO was pulled from two events and he tweeted to say sorry for having to cancel that, thanking the fans and promoters for understanding his situation.
Wanted to say sorry for having to cancelled all my recent & future bookings !Yesterday @BarWrestling .Tomorow @WrestleACTION1 &others feds as well ,because of the signing of my recent full exclusive contract ! Thanks 2 my fans & promotors for understanding this delicate situation pic.twitter.com/0KOWMhxgwE
— PCO (@PCOisNotHuman) December 6, 2018
PCO signed an exclusive contract with Ring Of Honor recently and it appears that the company is not going to allow him to finish up his existing indie bookings as PCO has been pulled from several shows that he was announced for.
One date remains (as of this writing) with PCO still advertised for the Game Change Wrestling’s “Dynasty” event, although that could change before December 29.
PCO is set to begin working for ROH straight away and there has been rumors stating he will debut at the upcoming Final Battle PPV on December 14, allowing him to then appear at the tapings the next night to start whatever his first feud will be.