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Former WWE superstar Pierre Carl Ouellet PCO believes that he could make a return to the WWE after Triple H took charge as the new head of creative.
The former ROH World Champion PCO told Wrestling Inc's Nick Hausman that he thinks that a potential WWE return is something that cannot be ruled out.
The 54-year-old was part of WWE during the 1990s and had two different runs there but could not make much of an impact during his tenure at Vince McMahon’s sports entertainment company.
During his first run with the company, he was part of the tag team The Quebecers alongside Jacques Rougeau and has won the WWE Tag team championship thrice.
PCO also said that he helped Triple H a lot during their time together as a talent at WWE but insists that the Game doesn’t owe him anything.
PCO recently made a comeback to the pro wrestling scene by capturing the Ring Of Honour World Championship in 2019. He is currently contracted to Impact wrestling.
He recently announced during a podcast that his Impact wrestling contract is set to expire in October this year and will be a free agent afterwards.
Triple H has brought back several stars like Braun Strowman, Johnny Gargano etc. but whether he will bring a 54-year-old veteran back to the company is something that we will have to wait and see.
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