A few short days ago IMPACT announced that it would be going by its former name, TNA Wrestling. Today, TNA Wrestling President Scott D’Amore announced the first signing under the rebrand — PCO.
Since signing with the company in 2022, he’s been a force to be reckoned with. This past weekend at Bound for Glory, PCO beat Moose, Steve Maclin and Rhino in a four-way Monster’s Ball match. “I really wanted to be part of the new era of TNA Wrestling and Scott D’Amore made me an offer I could not refuse,” PCO said.
Yesterday afternoon, PCO responded to a fan on X (formerly Twitter) stating that he will be an active wrestler for a minimum of five years but notes there could be “more.”
The first pay-per-view under the TNA Wrestling rebrand Hard to Kill will come January 13 live from Las Vegas at the Palms. The fall out from Hard to Kill — the Snake Eyes Extravaganza Show — will tape the next day from the Palms and will air on the promotions weekly TV program.