PCO On Working With A Young Kevin Owens & Sami Zayn, Competing At BOLA 2018, Sean Waltman On Neville’s Future

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Sean Waltman recently welcomed PCO (Pierre Carl Ouellet) to XPac 1 2 360; you can read a few highlights and watch to the show below. XPac 1 2 360 is also available on iTunes and Android devices:

Sean ‘X-Pac’ Waltman Talks About The Future of Neville

As far as the industry as a whole it’s better if he’s not there. It’s better if he does a surprise at All In or something like that. He’s right up there in the conversation with the best in the world right now. The only reason we haven’t talked about him lately is because he hasn’t had any matches. The fans that are behind the All In and the whole indie movement, they put him on a pedestal and they look at him in the light he deserves to be looked at… There is a reason, I am not 100% sure, but I am going to assume it had to do with creative satisfaction or lack thereof. Creative satisfaction is highly underrated, when you don’t have it the money doesn’t spend nearly as well… And he’ll be featured at the top of wherever he goes.

PCO Talks About His Upcoming Match at PWG’s Battle of Los Angeles Against Brody King on September 14th.

It’s pretty cool because I fought him {Brody King} just two days ago in Toronto for Smash TV on Fight Network, it was a 3-way; me, Jeff Cobb and Brody King…I got an idea of how the guy moves, how the guy hits, what he likes and what he doesn’t like. Things like that. I think we’re on the verge of having all the elements to really blow the roof off on the 14th of September at BOLA.

PCO Talks About The Evolution of Pro Wrestling

The way I approach the business now is every time I enter a dressing room I feel like a rookie, I feel like a guy that just broke in this year or three years ago. And I have to prove myself to the boys as much as I had to in the past because of the evolution of the business. The business has changed so much… I am the one who has to adapt to them not them to adapt to me… So I’m not trying to do things the way I was back in the day, I am trying to do them the way they are done today. That’s why I gotta crush it every night and I gotta surpass myself and I gotta go beyond my limits.

PCO On Working With A Young Kevin Steen aka Kevin Owens and El Generico aka Sami Zayn

Working with those guys it seems like they knew where they were doing at a young age. They needed direction for sure but they already had that in themselves. They were good at a young age and you could tell that it was not just a hobby for them it was a real passion. And I remember Kevin was practicing and practicing a lot of things and wanted to get on the road a lot.  Actually, there was a little bit of heat there between him and Jacques (Rougeau) Jacques trained Kevin and wanted him to sign a contract with him and to be exclusive to Jacques and I was put on the spot because Kevin called me, “should I sign a contract with Jacques or should I go on my own?” I told him I said, ” Man if you are gonna make it either with Jacques or without Jacques. It’s not going to change anything just do what you have to do. If your gut feeling inside says that you need to be on the road, and need to work as many nights as you can to get experience. To make contacts and to get to know people. To get your name out there go ahead and do it.” And then he calls Jacques and he left and he went on the indy scene and he did well for ROH, CZW, for Japan and made a name for himself outside of Jacques’ company and the best move that he has ever done.

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