Marty Scurll speaks ahead of Saturday's G1 Supercard.
This Saturday at Madison Square Garden, Marty Scurll has a chance to make history when he gets a shot at the ROH World Title in a triple threat ladder match against Jay Lethal and Matt Taven. Scurll recently sat down with Sports Illustrated and was asked about his thoughts on the bout.
"I feel a lot of wrestling in the last few years has been about trying to 'make history' without letting it happen authentically," stated Scurll. "If I make history, I don’t need to blab about it. My first concern is not 'making history,' it’s myself and becoming world champion. That’s all I care about. I’m The Villain, after all."
Scurll has never won the ROH World Title and Saturday will mark the first time a non-WWE promotion will run Madison Square Garden in nearly 60 years. The ladder match became famous inside MSG at WrestleMania X when Shawn Michaels and Razor Ramon battled for the Intercontinental Title.
Scurll continued, "I’m not going to lie and say that ladder matches are my specialty. Far from that, but I know there isn’t anything I won’t do to become world champion. I’ve waited too long. If not now, when? I can’t think of a more authentic story going in to this weekend than this. I think we’re going to blow the roof off the place and this show will be talked about for a very long time to come. People aren’t going to want to miss it."
You can view the most up to date G1 Supercard match list at Fightful's events page. Fightful will have live coverage of the G1 Supercard this Saturday beginning at 6:30 p.m. ET.