All Signs Point To Marty Scurll Signing With AEW
Marty Scurll is no longer under contract with Ring Of Honor, and his next career move is much talk of the wrestling world.
Scurll’s deal with ROH expired on 11/30, but he has agreed to continue to work additional dates for the company.
He worked ROH’s Final Battle pay-per-view on 12/14, teaming with Flip Gordon, losing to Bandido and Flamita
According to Dave Meltzer in the latest edition of Wrestling Observer Newsletter, Scurll has agreed to at least one independent date outside of Ring Of Honor. That deal is being kept secret, but would indicate as of now he’s not re-signing with Ring Of Honor. At this point all signs point to Scurll landing in All Elite Wrestling.
Regarding Scurll, obviously from the BTE tease (and some would say the Jericho tease although “Marty” in his list of guys he wouldn’t defend against could mean a number of different things), the betting line would be AEW. What we do know is that he’s agreed to at least one indie date that both sides have agreed to keep secret for now, but that deal would indicate right now he’s not planning on renewing here. He also posted a photo of himself with Luke Harper with the idea of them being the Villain Club. Scurll owns the rights to the Villain Club name. The indie group he’s working with would not be allowed generally speaking if he signed a new ROH contract, but he’d probably be able to do it for now with an AEW deal
More details on his future should be known following ROH’s Final Battle Fallout event this Sunday in Philadelphia, where he has agreed to appear.