One of the big stories coming out of the G1 Supercard pay-per-view event from Madison Square Garden in New York City during WrestleMania 35 weekend was former WWE Superstars Enzo and Cass jumping the barricade to attack some NJPW and ROH talent.
The two promotions co-promoted the historic show. It turns out that not only were the fans unaware of this invasion but the wrestlers as well.
PCO teamed up with Brody King of Villain Enterprises to compete in four-way tag team match at the show. He spoke with Wrestling Inc about if knew about the invasion as well as seeing Amore and Cass brawl with many wrestlers in that match.
PCO noted in this interview that he was many who were confused about what was going on after this contest. We have heard that none of the talents both in ROH and NJPW were told about it as it was top secret.
“There was a lot of controversy about what happened. For me, I was just worrying about my back because I took a double powerbomb from 12-14 feet in the air straight to the concrete floor,” PCO said before adding that hell broke loose when Enzo and Cass showed up. He didn’t know what was going on and was wondering if he was going to have to legitimately slug some invader. “I didn’t know what was going on because nobody knew nothing about this. I just came back from TV tapings in Pittsburgh and Columbus…and I got back yesterday and there was no Enzo and no Cass at those events. I haven’t heard anything from the office so I don’t know what’s going on with that. Are they signed? Are they not signed?”
“It seems like sometimes the dressing room is getting worked by the office,” PCO admitted before adding that it could be a ruse to work the press as well. “I’m in the middle of this and I’m confused. I think everything will unfold and we’ll see what’s going on in the future. Maybe it was planned. Maybe it wasn’t planned. We’ll see how everything will evolve.”
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