Marty Scurll To Face Jonathan Gresham Or Mark Haskins In San Antonio, Taryn Terrell Misses Wrestling

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Marty Scurll To Face Jonathan Gresham Or Mark Haskins In San Antonio

Ring Of Honor heads to Texas this weekend for Road to G1 Supercard shows. The third night in San Antonio will showcase a special singles match featuring “The Villain” Marty Scurll against either Jonathan Gresham or Mask Haskins, depending on the result of the first night in Dallas.

Here’s more from ROHWrestling.com:

“THE VILLAIN” MARTY SCURLL vs. JONATHAN GRESHAM OR MARK HASKINS

Marty Scurll is one of the top contenders for the ROH World Championship, and now with PCO and Brody King by his side as members of Villain Enterprises, “The Villain” is brimming with confidence and more dangerous than ever.

He will look to keep his momentum going in San Antonio against either Gresham or Haskins. Those two are entered in Tag Wars and will be on opposite sides on Night 1 in Dallas on Jan. 24, as Gresham and ROH World Champion Jay Lethal face Haskins and “Hot Sauce” Tracy Williams. The winning team will continue in the tournament on Night 3, while Scurll will face the one who doesn’t advance out of Gresham and Haskins.

Regardless of who Scurll’s opponent is, “The Villain” undoubtedly will have his hands full. Gresham is one of the best technical wrestlers in the world, and Haskins was one of pro wrestling’s hottest free agents before he signed with ROH last month. Scurll and Haskins are no strangers to one another, as they have been both opponents and partners numerous times over the past decade in their home country of England.

All three nights of Road to G1 Supercard in Texas Jan. 24-26 will stream LIVE worldwide for HonorClub. Keep it locked to ROHWrestling.com and the ROH App for more match announcements.

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Former IMPACT Knockout ‘Misses’ Wrestling (Photo)

Taryn Terrell went to Instagram today posting a throwback pic of her time in IMPACT Wrestling. The former Knockouts Champion and WWE alum captioned “I miss this!” citing how much fun she had in the business. Terrell would work two stints in IMPACT/TNA from 2012-2016 and throughout 2017, before departing in for personal reasons.

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I miss this!

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