Notes on Liv Morgan, Victoria, PCO, and Cesaro
– Liv Morgan Feels “Cleansed” In 2020
— LIV Morgan (@YaOnlyLivvOnce) January 2, 2020
– Former WWE Diva and TNA Knockout Victoria will be doing a Meet and Greete at Comic Con. Check out the details in the tweet below.
Who's looking forward to meeting one of the nicest women you could possibly meet, one of the greatest women's wrestlers of all-time, @REALLiSAMARiE #WWE #TNA #IMPACTonAXSTV #Victoria #TARA #Legend #WomensWrestling #WomensChampion #ComicCon #meetandgreet #Liverpool #FTLOW pic.twitter.com/L4pzpiXo7Y
— For The Love of Wrestling (@ftlowrestling) January 2, 2020
– Cesaro revealed a new logo today, showing he’s a Pro Wrestling Purist. You can check out the logo he tweeted out this week below. His tweet reads, “Back to basic.”
Back to basic pic.twitter.com/zzJ7HYXbIP
— Cesaro (@WWECesaro) January 2, 2020
– Submitted to GERWECK.NET: PCO at Montreal Canadiens versus Winnipeg Jets on January 6th, 7pm at Bell Centre
Montreal Quebec’s Native Son and NEW Ring of Honor World Champion, PCO (Pierre Carl Ouellet) will grace the Montreal Canadiens vs Winnipeg Jets hockey match this upcoming January 6th, 7pm at the Bell Centre.
PCO, also called The French Canadian Frankenstein and ROH’s World Heavyweight Champion, himself, has played in the Quebec Major College Hockey League and credits much of his success to the hard-hitting core values and rigorous regimen instilled in him by the sport.
Last Friday the 13th of December, it was the monster’s day, as PCO mashed his way to the ROH World Championship by defeating the previously unbeaten RUSH in a wild anything-goes match in the main event of Ring of Honor’s biggest show of the year at UMBC Event Center.
While the story of PCO being resurrected by his creator Destro may be fantastic, Pierre Carl Ouellet’s long and arduous journey to the world championship is every bit as extraordinary.
At 51, PCO became the oldest ROH World Champion in history, finally reaching the pinnacle in a 32-year career in which he has experienced more than his share of adversity.