Marty Scurll Explains Why He Prefers Working In ROH, Being Better Than Ospreay

Submitted by Matt Boone on November 4, 2017 - 12:32pm
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As noted, Bullet Club member and former Ring Of Honor (ROH) Television Champion Marty Scurll recently appeared as a guest on the Wrestling Compadres podcast. Below are some additional highlights from the interview.

On preferring to work in ROH because of their emphasis on in-ring ability: "I started in November of 2016, during the UK tour and it's been great. What I really like about ROH is how the company is built around the in-ring product, and obviously there are a lot of glitz and glamour as well, but it's pretty much based on what goes on in the ring. For me, as a performer, I love coming here and telling my stories in the ring. So far it's been great and been having a great time in watching the company grow and feeling that I am a part of that; contributing to this company growing and been having a great time."

On feeling like he has surpassed Will Ospreay on every level: "I think they kind of approached us during similar times. Obviously I have made much more of an impact than Ospreay has in Ring Of Honor, but I've made more of a splash than Ospreay. It's not a shot on him, it's the truth. He's an amazing wrestler, but once you get passed all that it's kind of like, eh, what's left? For sure, I'm the number one Brit in this company, no doubt."

Check out the complete Marty Scurll interview at Stitcher.com.




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