Marty Scurll is looking to make a deal with NJPW that would see him rejoin the company.
Fightful Select reported today that the former ROH star was backstage at a recent set of New Japan Pro Wrestling Strong tapings. They weren’t told whether Scurll had any involvement in the content on the show, but what was noted was Scrull’s interest in coming back to the promotion.
Scurll hasn’t worked for NJPW since June 2019 as a part of the Best of the Super Juniors tournament. He parted ways with ROH in January after he was implicated in the Speaking Out Movement in June 2020.
There were allegations made against him from a woman who said Scurll sexually abused her in 2015 when she was 16 years old and intoxicated. Scurll was removed from the ROH roster back in October.
Scurll became the booker for ROH when he signed a new contract at the end of 2019. Delirious later took back then reigns as head booker for the promotion from Scurll when he went on hiatus. In June, ROH issued a statement noting they would be investigating claims made against wrestlers during the Speaking Out movement.