Some surprising names were on the list.
Marty Scurll, The Villain has come a long way in the last few years. He’s become one of the most notable characters in wrestling, portraying a unique character.
He’s an all-round performer, being a masterful in-ring technician, a colorful character and a dastardly heel. The future certainly looks bright for The Villain.
Birthday: 26th July 1988
Weight: 195 lb (88 kg)
Hometown: Littleport, Cambridgeshire, England
- Marty Scurll
- Party Marty
Promotions They Have Wrestled For
- Progress Wrestling
- New Japan Pro Wrestling (NJPW)
- Ring of Honor (ROH)
- Total Nonstop Action (TNA)
- Pro Wrestling Guerrilla (PWG)
- Revolution Pro Wrestling (RPW)
- Danish Pro Wrestling (DPW)
- Fight! Nation Wrestling
- International Pro wrestling: United Kingdom
- Melbourne City Wrestling
- NWA Fight! Nation
- Southside Wrestling Entertainment (SWE)
- Swiss Wrestling Entertainment (SWE)
- Ultimate Pro Wrestling (UPW)
- Westside Xtreme Wrestling (wXw)
- WhatCulture Pro Wrestling (WCPW)
- World Series Wrestling (WSW)
- Wrestling Superstar
- IWGP Jr. Heavyweight Championship
- NEVER Openweight 6-man tag team Championship
- Progress World Championship (2 times)
- ROH World Television Championship
- RevPro British Cruiserweight Championship
- RevPro British Heavyweight Championship
- RevPro Undisputed British Tag Team Championship
- SWE Speed King Championship
- SWE Tag Team Championship
- UPW Heavyweight Championship
- wXw Unified World Wrestling Championship
- WCPW Championship
- WSW World Tag Team Championship
- Wrestling Superstar National Championship
- NWA British Championship
- IPW: UK British Cruiserweight Championship
- IPW: UK Unified British Tag Team Championship
- FNW British Championship
- DPW Light Heavyweight Championship
- Jon Ritchie
- Frank Rimer
- Steve Grey
Notable Career Highlight:
- PWG BOLA (2016)
- 2-time Progress World Champion
- 2-time IWGP Jr. Heavyweight Champion
“As a person who has been identified as part of the problem, I am unreservedly committing to be part of the solution.”
“She has a right to her voice and it is our responsibility to listen.”
The Villain relives some of his favorite matches in ROH.
Scurll is open to the idea.
Roderick Strong was sadly unavailable.
PJ Black discusses why he’s happy in Ring of Honor, why he won’t work for AEW and what it felt like when he hit the 450 Splash on Vince McMahon.
Free wrestling alert!
He’s not human!
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“ROH’s tagline for many years has been ‘the best wrestling on the planet’ and my aim is to make sure we live up to that.”
Ring of Honor COO Joe Koff discusses the company’s relationships with other promotions.
Four stars clash in the main event.
Marty Scurll says he wants to bring companies together because that’s what’s best for business.
“He’s definitely going to try to paint his path on his own and more respect to him for doing that.”
Melina gets counted out.
Scurll is aiming for more gold.
Ring of Honor’s two top factions collide in a star-studded main event.
What a matchup!
The Mercenary says ROH is ready to show people what they can do
“Bullet Club is the best that it’s ever been with me at the forefront.”
Crockett Cup is coming!