Thomas Fenton Reports 

It seems like the first domino has fallen in WWE’s attempt to sign ROH and New Japan Pro Wrestling talent, but more importantly the Bullet Club

Marty Scurll has come to terms with Ring of Honor and New Japan Pro Wrestling for a six-month deal lasting through April of 2019. His current contract was set to expire in November, therefore there was a 6-month extension. Scurll went on to self-promote himself on social media today with a picture of him to be appearing at ROH’s and NJPW’s SuperCard of Honor during WrestleMania weekend at Madison Square Garden.

As I interviewed Marty over WrestleMani weekend at SuperCard earlier this year, he discussed signing his current contract in November of 2017 that would run for one year while he turned down other offers to stay with ROH

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