Marty Scurll has gotten a big contract offer from Ring of Honor.
Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer reports ROH offered Scurll a deal that is said to be "basically WWE main roster money while only working maybe 40 dates per year for ROH and certain unique perks." In a later update, Meltzer reports the offer would allow him to work NJPW and NWA as well. The report also notes "there looks to be more than that as well as the door contractually would not be closed to AEW."
Mike Johnson of PWInsider reports the two sides are close and the contract would see Scurll "take on some additional responsibilities with the company."
As of now, it has not been confirmed that Scurll has signed the deal.
Scurll is set to compete for ROH on Jan. 11 and 12 at events in Atlanta, GA and Concord, NC. He is also being advertised for ROH Supercard of Honor on Apr. 4 in Lakeland, FL. Scurll's contract with ROH reportedly expired in November 2019.
Fightful will continue to update fans on the contract status of Marty Scurll as more is known.