Throughout late 2019 and early 2020, rumours swirled about where Marty Scurll would end up. Many believed he would join his friends in All Elite Wrestling, or even possibly jump to WWE. However, back in January, The Villain re-signed with Ring Of Honor and was appointed joint head booker.
During the inaugural episode of the ROHStrong podcast, Scurll was asked if ROH and his friends in AEW might work together in the future. The former IWGP Junior Heavyweight Champion said he couldn't see why not and that he thinks "both parties are definitely willing to work together," but it's "just a matter of timing."
Scurll said: "Yeah, I mean I don't see why not. It would just have to be a matter of timing and a matter of… it would benefit both companies. But, like I said, I have, obviously, an amazing relationship with The Bucks especially. I still talk to them on a regular basis. I have a pretty good relationship with Tony Khan and I think both parties are definitely willing to work with each other, it's just a matter of timing, I guess. When it would be suitable to do so.
"So, it's definitely something I wouldn't rule out. I'm not saying anything will happen, I'm just saying I wouldn't rule it out. There's no reason why we wouldn't, it's just the timing needs to be correct, it needs to be a fitting situation for us to work together. I'd personally like to see it happen at some point."