Marty Scurll

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Marty Scurll
Marty Scurll 2017.jpg
Scurll in 2017
Birth nameMartin Scurll[1]
Born (1988-07-26) 26 July 1988 (age 30)[2]
Littleport, Cambridgeshire, England[2]
Professional wrestling career
Ring name(s)Marty Scurll
Party Marty
Billed height5 ft 9 in (1.75 m)[2][3][4][5]
Billed weight195 lb (88 kg)[2][3]
Billed fromCambridge[4][5]
Trained byJon Ritchie
Frank Rimer
Steve Grey
DebutFebruary 2005[2]

Martin "Marty" Scurll (born 26 July 1988)[2] is an English professional wrestler, currently signed to Ring of Honor (ROH), where he currently holds the ROH World Six-Man Tag Team Championship as a member of Villain Enterprises with Brody King and PCO. He also is a one-time ROH World Television Champion.

He also works for New Japan Pro-Wrestling (NJPW), where he is a former IWGP Junior Heavyweight Champion and NEVER Openweight 6-Man Tag Team Champion. From May 2017 to late October 2018, he was a member of the Bullet Club stable, which splintered into the new faction The Elite.[6] The latter left ROH at the end of 2018 which led Scurll to form a new stable with ROH's new signees King and PCO called Villain Enterprises, which debuted during December's post-Final Battle television tapings.[7]

He has wrestled for numerous promotions around the world - such as the U.S. based Impact Wrestling and ROH partner Pro Wrestling Guerrilla (PWG). The UK's Progress Wrestling and Revolution Pro Wrestling (RPW), Germany's Westside Xtreme Wrestling (wXw), and the Australia based World Series Wrestling (WSW) where he is currently Tag Team Champions with Villain Enterprises teammate Brody King.

Professional wrestling career[edit]

Independent circuit (2005–present)[edit]

Marty started training at Frank Rimer's Dropkixx training school which would also produce wrestlers like Martin Stone, The Kartel and Paul Robinson. Marty made his debut for Dropkixx at the Fondu Club in Purfleet, defeating Jimmy Starr by two falls to one. Once under the tutorship of Jon Ritchie, who by this time was in charge at Dropkixx, Marty took part in Dropkixx's Shoot Fighting Tournament. Scurll would go on to win the middleweight tournament, in the process becoming Dropkixx's first middleweight champion. Scurll also competed regularly for Summit Promotions, and at the end of the year formed a tag team with Paul Robinson as 'The Party Boys' (or 'The Midnight Ravers', as they were sometimes billed).

Scurll would go on to appear for Premier Promotions and this would be the place where he would meet Phil Powers, who he ended up wrestling many times in the summer season on the holiday camps circuit. During the rest of the year, Scurll debuted for the likes of IPW:UK and RQW, wrestling Jonny Storm, Taiji Ishimori, Bubblegum and many others. On 5 June 2007, Marty made his debut for All Star Wrestling by defeating Jimmy Starr at Gravesend. Marty competed regularly for All Star, including main eventing Fairfield Halls, Croydon against Pro Wrestling NOAH's Shuhei Taniguchi and Tsutomu Hirayanagi. In IPW:UK, Marty would reform his tag team with Zack Sabre Jr., but under the name The Leaders of the New School. They then feuded with BritRage (Mark Sloan and Wade Flitzgerald) and The Kartel. Scurll wrestled and lost to Doug Williams in IPW:UK's British National Championship Tournament.[8]

Scurll as the British Cruiserweight Champion in April 2012

In 2009, Scurll and Sabre focused their attention on the IPW:UK tag team division, and picked up a memorable win against tag team champions The Thrillers (Mark Haskins and Joel Redman) during the company's February tour. A highly anticipated rematch finally took place between the teams at the 2009 "Sittingbourne Spectacular" after the Leaders' scheduled opponents had to pull out through injury. This time the championships were on the line, and the Leaders won again to claim their first championship gold in IPW:UK. The feud between the Leaders and the Thrillers became the dominant storyline in IPW:UK through the summer, culminating in the Leaders winning a Tables, Ladders, and Chairs match against their rivals in September. The Leaders have enjoyed an unbroken reign as champions since that time.

Scurll and Sabre competed in the first match of the newly re-launched Frontier Wrestling Alliance in August 2009, beating Northern Xposure (NX) at "New Frontiers". On 28 April 2012, Scurll defeated Sami Callihan in the final of an eight-man tournament to determine the new IPW:UK British Cruiserweight Champion.[9] On 15 March 2014, Scurll defeated Colt Cabana in a 30 Minute Iron Fist match to become Revolution Pro Wrestling (RevPro) Undisputed British Heavyweight Champion. Scurll would go on to successfully defend the championship against the likes of Ricochet, Kevin Steen, Martin Stone, Davey Richards, Doug Williams, Shelton Benjamin, Rocky Romero and others, before losing the title to New Japan Pro Wrestling (NJPW) wrestler A. J. Styles at the 2015 Summer Sizzler event on 14 June 2015.[10]

Scurll debuted for Scotland's Insane Championship Wrestling promotion in late 2014, unsuccessfully challenging Kenny Williams for the ICW Zero-G Championship before continuing to appear for the promotion in 2015, culminating in a main-event non-title loss to reigning ICW World Heavyweight Champion Drew Galloway.[11][12] Scurll scored his first win in ICW in a four-way match against Noam Dar, Jack Gallagher and Dan Moloney.[13] On 4 April 2015, at a sold-out British Championship Wrestling event in Scotland, Scurll challenged Galloway in a Double Title match for both the Evolve World Championship and the Dragon Gate USA Open the Freedom Gate Championship, but was defeated.[14]

In October 2015, Scurll debuted for Global Force Wrestling (GFW) on their "UK Invasion", losing to GFW Global Champion Nick Aldis in a singles match and teaming with Rampage Brown in a losing effort against Doug Williams and Aldis.[15] Scurll returned to the company in March 2016, unsuccessfully challenging Sonjay Dutt for the GFW NEX*GEN Championship.[16]

In early October 2017 at What Culture Pro Wrestling's (WCPW) event Refuse to Lose, Scurll won a triple threat match between Joe Hendry and Will Ospreay and himself to become the sixth and final WCPW champion, before the company rebranded as Defiant Wrestling. On December 4 at Defiant Wrestling's iPPV, titled WeAreDefiant, Scurll was given the new championship belt by General Manager Stu Bennett, and had a confrontation with the debuting Austin Aries at the beginning of the show. In the main event of the evening, Scurll successfully defended the championship in a triple threat match between himself, Joe Hendry and Martin Kirby. However, on December 5 at Defiant's first episode of their new weekly show (uploaded December 15 on YouTube), Scurll lost the championship to Aries, ending his reign at 34 days.

Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (2012–2013)[edit]

Scurll in January 2013

In late 2012, Scurll began competing in TNA's newest program TNA Wrestling: British Boot Camp that began airing on 1 January 2013 on Challenge. On the 14 February edition of Impact Wrestling, he teamed up with The Blossom Twins (Hannah and Holly) to face the team of Jessie Godderz, Tara and Gail Kim. They were defeated after Gail Kim pinned Hannah. During the match, Scurll was injured after performing a suicide dive into the metal railing.[17][18]

Progress Wrestling (2012–2017)[edit]

Scurll was part of the very first Progress Wrestling show, Chapter One, in a tournament to determine the first ever Progress Champion. He beat Zack Sabre Jr in an acclaimed semi-final match before competing in a four-way match for the title against Mike Mason, El Ligero and winner Nathan Cruz.[19] Scurll went on to challenge Cruz for the title in a Two Out of Three Falls match at Chapter Two, failing to capture the title.[20] Competing regularly for Progress, he was notably part of a four-way match for the Progress Championship at Chapter Twelve, facing Rampage Brown, El Ligero and then-champion Jimmy Havoc,[21] and fighting again for the title at Chapter Eighteen against Will Ospreay, Noam Dar, Dave Mastiff, Paul Robinson and champion Jimmy Havoc.[22]

Scurll reached the quarter-finals of the first Super Strong Style 16 tournament in 2015, beating Eddie Dennis on Day One[23] and Dave Mastiff in the quarter-finals before losing to Zack Sabre Jr on Day Two,[24] and was runner-up to Mark Haskins in the 2015 Thunderbastard match at Chapter Twenty.[25] He lost to Kris Travis at Chapter Twenty-One,[26] Travis’ final match before his retirement from wrestling and death from stomach cancer. Scurll turned firmly villainous following this match; gaining a demented mean streak that saw him win the Progress Championship for the first time in a No Disqualification match against Will Ospreay at Chapter Twenty-Five.[27]

Scurll went on to successfully defend the title against Mark Haskins,[28] Chris Hero,[29] and Tommy End[30] in singles competition and against seven opponents in the 2016 Thunderbastard match which he won.[31] He was the first Progress Champion to defend the title overseas – successfully defending the belt against Will Ospreay at WrestleCon SuperShow 2016 in Dallas, Texas[32] and against Zack Gibson in Italy for Power Wrestling Entertainment.[33] Scurll lost the title to Pastor William Eaver at Chapter Thirty-Two[30] and regained it a month later at Chapter Thirty-Three,[34] making him the first person to ever win the Progress Championship more than once. After successfully defending the belt against Mark Andrews at Chapter Thirty-Five,[35] Scurll lost the Progress Championship to Mark Haskins in a triple-threat main event match also involving Tommy End at Chapter Thirty-Six, PROGRESS' biggest show to date, held at the Brixton Academy in London. During the match, Scurll attacked three referees as he became frustrated at not being able to win; before attacking a fourth official Jimmy Havoc returned to attack Scurll, leading to his loss.[36] At Chapter 38, Scurll failed to regain the Progress Championship in a match that also included Jimmy Havoc.[37] After being disqualified against Havoc at Chapter 39, the two had a No Disqualification at Chapter 40 where Scurll lost.[38]

In 2017 Scurll returned to Progress on Chapter 55 being defeated by Zack Sabre Jr..[39]

Pro Wrestling Guerrilla (2015–2017)[edit]

Scurll made his PWG debut at the 2015 Battle of Los Angeles, where he beat Rich Swann in round one,[40] Trevor Lee in the quarter-finals and lost to Zack Sabre Jr. in the semi-finals.[41] Scurll then suffered a string of singles losses; losing to Ricochet at All Star Weekend 11 Night One[42] and to Timothy Thatcher on Night Two,[43] to Kyle O'Reilly on All Star Weekend 12 Night One[44] and to Chuck Taylor on Night Two.[45] At Prince, he won a match against Mark Andrews[46] and at Thirteen, gained victory over Sami Callihan.[47] In September, Scurll participated the 2016 Battle of Los Angeles, defeating Pentagón Jr. in the first round, Cody Rhodes in the quarterfinals, Mark Haskins in the semifinals, and both Will Ospreay and Trevor Lee in a three-way elimination final to win the tournament.[48][49]

On 18 February 2017, Scurll reunited with Sabre, as they attacked Chuck Taylor, only to see Trent? come to Taylor's defence.[50]

Ring of Honor (2016–present)[edit]

Scurll (left) with fellow Bullet Club members Cody and Hangman Page in 2018

On August 22, 2016, the American Ring of Honor (ROH) promotion announced Scurll's upcoming debut for the promotion. Pro Wrestling Torch reported that Scurll had signed with the company after giving his notice to Evolve the previous month.[51] Scurll made his ROH debut during the promotion's three-day tour of the United Kingdom in November. On November 20, during the final day of the tour, Scurll defeated Will Ospreay to win the ROH World Television Championship.[52] Scurll successfully defended his newly won title against previous champion Ospreay and Dragon Lee in a triple threat match at ROH's biggest pay-per-view, Final Battle 2016. The beginning of 2017 saw Scurll make many successful defences of his title against Juice Robinson, Donovan Dijak, Sonjay Dutt, Lio Rush and Adam Cole. During a successful defence against Frankie Kazarian, both Hangman Page and the returning Matt Sydal returned. On April 29, 2017 at ROH Masters Of The Craft Scurll successful retained the ROH World Television Championship against Ken Anderson.

On 12 May 2017, during the third night of the NJPW and ROH co-produced War of the Worlds tour, Scurll was revealed as the newest member of Bullet Club, replacing Adam Cole.[53][54] Two days later, on the final night of the tour, Scurll lost the ROH World Television Championship to Kushida, following a distraction from Cole.[55]

The Elite, minus Scurll, left ROH after December 14, 2018's Final Battle pay-per-view.[56] During an in-ring promo at the following night's television tapings in Philadelphia, Scurll would be confronted by The Kingdom, which led the former to unveil his new stable, Villain Enterprises, with Brody King and PCO.[7] A brawl ensued which ended with Villain Enterprises standing tall.[57][7]

At the ROH 17th Anniversary Show, Scurll defeated Kenny King, and the following night during the Ring of Honor Wrestling tapings, Scurll, King, and PCO defeated the Kingdom to win the ROH World Six-Man Tag Team Championship for the first time.

New Japan Pro Wrestling (2017–present)[edit]

On 3 May 2017, NJPW announced Scurll as a participant in the 2017 Best of the Super Juniors tournament.[2] He finished the tournament with a record of four wins and three losses, failing to advance to the finals.[58] On 5 November at Power Struggle, Scurll defeated Will Ospreay to become the new IWGP Junior Heavyweight Champion.[59] On 4 January 2018, Scurll lost the title to back to Ospreay at Wrestle Kingdom 12 in Tokyo Dome in a four-way match, also involving Hiromu Takahashi and Kushida.[60] On 1 April, Scurll failed to regain the title from Ospreay at Sakura Genesis.[61]

On May 3, at Wrestling Dontaku 2018, he and the Young Bucks defeated Bad Luck Fale, Tama Tonga and Tanga Loa to win the NEVER Openweight Six Man Tag Team Championship. On 3 May, NJPW announced Scurll as a participant in the 2018 Best of the Super Juniors tournament.[62] Like the previous year, he finished the tournament with a record of four wins and three losses, failing to advance to the finals.[63] On August 12, at the G1 Climax Finals, Scurll and the Young Bucks lost the NEVER Openweight Six Man Tag Team Championship to the Bullet Club OG's.[64] Scurll, Hangman Page and Yujiro Takahashi represented The Elite in the pre-show gauntlet at Wrestle Kingdom 13 for NEVER Openweight Six Man Championship number one contendership. They were the first team eliminated. Scurll returned to NJPW for the first time since Wrestle Kingdom on the New Beginning in USA event on January 30, 2019.[65]

Other media[edit]

In 2012, Scurll appeared on UK dating game show, Take Me Out in which he attempted to find a woman to take on a date with him. His appearance on the show contained vignettes which also featured fellow British professional wrestler Jimmy Havoc. [66]

Personal life[edit]

Scurll is in a relationship with fellow professional wrestler Deonna Purrazzo.[67]

Championships and accomplishments[edit]

Scurll as the IWGP Junior Heavyweight Champion in November 2017

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