Marty Scurll
Scurll - Professional Wrestler

The Bullet Club is one of the most well-known factions in all of professional wrestling. With Kenny Omega, Cody Rhodes, and The Young Bucks all members, the core of the group is quite stacked. Now, with Marty Scurll joining the party, it’s about to get even bigger.

The last few months of the Bullet Club have been tumultuous, to say the least. With Frankie Kazarian joining and leaving the faction within a month, and the booting of Adam Cole, it hasn’t been smooth sailing for Omega and company.

With Scurll, it appears the Bullet Club is on the right track again. He is one of the most charismatic in-ring wrestlers today. In fact, he’s the perfect choice to fill the void left by Adam Cole.

When you have a nickname of, The Villain, people tend to notice. He’s one of the more over wrestlers in ROH. He was the promotion’s television champion until Cole cost him the title during a match. As of now, Scurll might be the biggest star in Ring of Honor.

Becoming a member of the Bullet Club is giving Scurll a big stage to showcase his talents. The popularity of this faction spreads all across the world, especially Japan. Before joining the Bullet Club, Marty Scurll was unknown. However, he will be now.

Scurll is one of the most talented British wrestlers on the wrestling scene. With WWE pushing hard for the U.K. market, someone like Scurll has the ability to be a game-changer for New Japan and ROH.

He could be the X-Factor for ratings in the United Kingdom, as he’s just as popular with that audience as WWE stars Tyler Bates and Pete Dunne. Scurll is the one that WWE wishes they had. And while anything is possible, it’s a big get for the indie scene that he’s a part of it.

The Bullet Club is going to benefit greatly from the addition of Marty Scurll. He deserves this push to advance his career, and will certainly deliver to his many fans.

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