Nick Aldis Claims PCO Is In ROH Because Of How He Treated Marty Scurll Early In Marty's Career

Nick Aldis claims that Marty Scurll had the pull to get PCO in Ring Of Honor.

Today, beginning at 7 PM EST on HonorClub and FITE TV, the National Wrestling Alliance along with Ring Of Honor and CMLL will present the Crockett Cup show from Concord, North Carolina. The headlining match of the card is Nick Aldis defending the NWA Worlds Heavyweight Championship against his longtime friend Marty Scurll.

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Scurll and Aldis have spoken with a number of media outlets on the lead-up to their showdown and Aldis recently spoke with the New York Post. Aldis went over the card for the event and was asked who he thinks will win the Crockett Cup tournament and stated that he believes The Briscoes are going to win but he has a soft spot for the team of PCO and Brody King. The reason for that soft spot is because of how PCO treated he and Scurll during the early portions of their careers and Aldis added that Marty Scurll is a reason why PCO is in ROH because Scurll has pull within the company.

"The [others] treated us like garbage,” Aldis said. “They treated me, Marty, Stu Bennett who is Wade Barrett, they treated us like complete sh*t and Carl Ouellet came over, he’s been everywhere, and he treated us with respect and taught me and wrestled me when I was 19 years old… He’s in Ring of Honor right now because how he treated Marty, because Marty has that much pull.”


Fightful's Jeremy Lambert also had the opportunity to chat with Nick Aldis for an exclusive interview and to check that out, click here.

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