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Marty Scurll signs a new contract with Ring of Honor

Marty Scurll signs a new contract with Ring of Honor

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Marty Scurll signs a new contract with Ring of Honor

Marty Scurll signs a new contract with Ring of Honor

Marty Scurll has signed a new agreement with Ring of Honor, as confirmed by PWInsider. Although the duration of the agreement has not been confirmed, Mike Johnson has commented that it can be at least two years long. In addition, Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer has commented that “it is the most gainful agreement in the history of ROH.”

As already reported, the new Scurll agreement will allow you to continue working with NWA and NJPW, becoming evident last night, during the last ROH event, Saturday Night at Center Stage, where NWA world champion Nick Aldis appeared by surprise to face “The Villain” and warm up their rivalry in the face of NWA’s PPV, Into The Fire.

PWInsider has also confirmed that ROH held a meeting with the locker room in Concord, North Carolina, to announce that as of this weekend, Marty Scurll is beginning to take on the duties of Chief of the Creative Area of ​​ROH, working alongside Hunter “Delirious” Johnston, although the future, Scurll will have the role of Head Booker while Johnston will collaborate with him. In addition, the company is waiting to make the announcement public, however, there is no set date yet.

According to PWInsider, Marty Scurll was very involved in all the backstage aspects of the ROH event last night in Atlanta. In addition, that ROH holds a free event on February 9, which has been Scurll’s own idea.

It should be remembered that Marty Scurll will compete tonight with Brody King and PCO against The Ungovernable Faction (Rush, Dragon Lee, and Kenny King) in a threesome fight, at the ROH Honor Reigns Supreme event. In addition, it has also been announced for the Supercard of Honor, which will be held on April 4 from Lakeland, Florida.

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