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WWF Veteran Says He Will Continue To Wrestle For At Least 5 More Years

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Old School WWF Veteran Quebecer Pierre (age 55) is still wrestling full-time these days, and the younger fans out there better know him as current IMPACT Wrestling star PCO.

A fan on Twitter praised him for his long illustrious career in professional wrestling, which PCO replied to in a Tweet of his own:

“Thank-You let see what the future brings to PCO one thing for sure, PCO will be active as a performer in this industry for minimum another 5 years and more!”

Quebecer Pierre had a memorable career in the World Wrestling Federation during the mid-90s. Hailing from Quebec, Canada, Pierre was a skilled and a unique talent, who was also known for his pirate-inspired character Jean-Pierre LaFitte.

He engaged in feuds with notable superstars, including Bret ‘The Hitman’ Hart, and gained recognition for his high-flying maneuvers and in-ring abilities.

Speaking of PCO, IMPACT Wrestling issued the following press release about him:

“The first official signing of the new era of TNA Wrestling was announced this morning by company president Scott D’Amore.

PCO, who won the 4-person Monster’s Ball match this past Saturday at the 2023 Bound For Glory pay-per-view extravaganza in Chicago, has signed a new contract. Terms were not disclosed.

“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.”

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