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PROFILE

Marty Scurll

UNIT

ROH 

HEIGHT

175cm 

WEIGHT

83kg 

YEAR OF BIRTH

26 Jul 1988 

Marty Scurll
HEIGHT
175cm 
WEIGHT
83kg 
YEAR OF BIRTH
26 Jul 1988 
PLACE OF BIRTH
Littleport, United Kingdom 
DEBUT
Feb 2005 
FINISH HOLD

Cross Face Chicken Wing, Graduation

 
TWITTER
@MartyScurll 

BIOGRAPHY

In a world filled with heroes, there always needs to be a Villain, and no-one takes that role more seriously than Marty Scurll.
One of the UK’s most well-travelled stars currently competing on the scene, Scurll is a man who makes an impact everywhere he goes.

Combining flash with a great arsenal of ranged strikes and power moves, as well as his dread Chickenwing submission Scurll demands attention from the moment he steps through the curtain.

Scurll capped an amazing 2016, which saw him become the first U.K.-born athlete to win PWG’s prestigious Battle of Los Angeles tournament, with a victory in just his third ROH bout against long-time rival Will Ospreay to capture the ROH World Television Championship.

In 2017, Scurll joined the Bullet Club, and made his NJPW debut at Best of the Super Juniors. He immediately resumed a worldwide rivalry with Will Ospreay, winning his debut against the Essex man and ending his campaign with a 4-3 record. In November, Scurll again defeated Ospreay to hold the IWGP Junior Heavyweight Championship. 

Scurll again lodged a 4-3 record at Best of the Super Junior 2018, and had an impressive autumn, only coming a hair short of winning the IWGP Junior Heavyweight Championship when it was vacated at King of Pro Wrestling, and testing his mettle against Kazuchika Okada at All In. 

With a size and physicality that makes him competitive against both junior and heavyweight wrestlers, Scurll is looking to make a big mark in 2019.

In a world filled with heroes, there always needs to be a Villain, and no-one takes that role more seriously than Marty Scurll.
One of the UK’s most well-travelled stars currently competing on the scene, Scurll is a man who makes an impact everywhere he goes.

Combining flash with a great arsenal of ranged strikes and power moves, as well as his dread Chickenwing submission Scurll demands attention from the moment he steps through the curtain.

Scurll capped an amazing 2016, which saw him become the first U.K.-born athlete to win PWG’s prestigious Battle of Los Angeles tournament, with a victory in just his third ROH bout against long-time rival Will Ospreay to capture the ROH World Television Championship.

In 2017, Scurll joined the Bullet Club, and made his NJPW debut at Best of the Super Juniors. He immediately resumed a worldwide rivalry with Will Ospreay, winning his debut against the Essex man and ending his campaign with a 4-3 record. In November, Scurll again defeated Ospreay to hold the IWGP Junior Heavyweight Championship. 

Scurll again lodged a 4-3 record at Best of the Super Junior 2018, and had an impressive autumn, only coming a hair short of winning the IWGP Junior Heavyweight Championship when it was vacated at King of Pro Wrestling, and testing his mettle against Kazuchika Okada at All In. 

With a size and physicality that makes him competitive against both junior and heavyweight wrestlers, Scurll is looking to make a big mark in 2019.

FINISH HOLD

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    Cross-face chicken wing

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