Former Ring Of Honor wrestler Marty Scurll has reportedly taken part in a recent New Japan Pro Wrestling taping.
Scurll, who last worked for NJPW in 2019, parted ways with ROH in January after he was implicated as a part of the Speaking Out Movement, with allegations levied against him back in June by a then-16-year-old female.
The now 32-year-old Scurll released two statements after the allegations, claiming he had a 'brief consensual sexual encounter' with the accuser, but that he 'did not become aware of her age until after the encounter'.
Fightful reported that Scurll had been seen at the most recent NJPW tapings and had expressed an interest in re-joining the company, with a source later confirming to Fanbyte that Scull was involved in an on-screen capacity, taking part in a 'post-match angle' with Rocky Romero.
The source said to Fanbyte: “They weren’t trying to hide him. I thought we were going to be the company that wasn’t booking these guys to get some buzz. They’re going to get buzz alright, but probably not the kind they’re looking for. And it just reeks of letting things slide because these people are all friends or whatever.
"I really just think fans should know his involvement beforehand, so they can choose to tune in or not.”