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WWE News: Will Ospreay loses the Ring Of Honor TV Title to Marty Scurll

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Ospreay loses the ROH TV title just two days after winning it.

Ospreay loses title just two days after he won it.

The now-former Ring of Honor Television Champion, Will Ospreay, lost the title to his Revolution Pro Wrestling rival and latest ROH recruit, Marty Scurll, after a two-day reign as the TV Champion, on the final day of ROH's three-show tour in the UK called Reach For The Sky

Below is the tweet from ROH, announcing Scurll’s title win:

Both of them i.e. Ospreay and Scurll had their debuts during this tour. On the first show of the tour, Ospreay defeated reigning TV Champion Bobby Fish, for the TV title in his debut to become the new ROH TV Champion, while Marty Scurll made his successful debut, in the same show, against "The Party Peacock" Dalton Castle. 

At the second show in Leicester, Scurll and Ospreay teamed-up against The Young Bucks, before facing each other for the TV title, the very next day. 

According to a report from Wrestling Observer's Dave Meltzer, Ospreay's surprising loss against Scurll creates an opportunity for ROH, to set up a four-way TV title match between Booby Fish, Ospreay, Scurll, and CMLL's Dragon Lee.

Before joining ROH, Ospreay wrestled in several promotions such as Rev Pro Wrestling, Progress Wrestling, Pro-Wrestling Guerrilla (PWG), and New Japan Pro-Wrestling. 

Similarly, Scurll has also wrestled in a bunch of other promotions such as PWG, Progress Wrestling, Rev Pro Wrestling, and TNA to name a few. He recently won PWG's Battle of Los Angeles tournament, defeating Trevor Lee and Will Ospreay in a triple-threat elimination match. 

The video below was uploaded by ROH after Scurll won the title:

The video below contains footage from ROH’s hype-video announcing Scurll’s debut:


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