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Marty Scurll's ROH contract up this November


It's a good time to be a wrestling free agent and another big name could be testing that market later this year as SI's Justin Barasso reported Tuesday that Marty Scurll's Ring of Honor contract is up this November.

Our Dave Meltzer verified the news which he had initially discussed on a June edition of Wrestling Observer Radio.

The 31-year-old has been with ROH since August 2016 and has been the central figure in Villain Enterprises, a stable he started with Brody King and PCO that are currently the company's six-man tag team champions. Scurll will be part of ROH's Global Wars with CMLL this Friday in Dearborn, MI, and this Saturday in Chicago, IL. He is listed for the meet and greet for Sunday's Milwaukee, WI, show, but isn't listed on the card yet.

Scurll has been announced for the number one contender's tournament which kicks off at the Death Before Dishonor pay-per-view on September 27th. It runs through October, concluding with the winner getting a world title shot at December's Final Battle pay-per-view.

The current world champion is Matt Taven, whose contract is up at the end of September, first reported by PWInsider