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Being The Elite buds reunite for Ring of Honor, just in time for All Out

Conventional wisdom says it’s just a matter of time until Marty Scurll joins his former Bullet Club mates The Young Bucks, Cody Rhodes & Kenny Omega in their new company, All Elite Wrestling. It’s the reason many fans think Scurll’s been unsuccessful in capturing the Ring of Honor World championship, and has instead been used as the frontman of the Villain Enterprises stable that was used to introduce new signees PCO and Brody King to ROH.

Maybe he will bounce for AEW as soon as his contract is up, which is reportedly sometime this fall. But at Best in the World last night (June 28), Scurll and his faction had a pretty good night.

First, the ROH Six-Man champs revealed some slick custom belts:

Then they retained those belts (would have been awkward if they lost them hours after debuting them) in a match against PJ Black, Mark Haskins & Tracy Williams. Marty and ROH officials had pretty much promised the group would be introducing a fourth member - or employee, since the gimmick is that the Villain is paying his guys, Ted DiBiase style. And after a somewhat convoluted scene following their win, we learned that fellow Being The Elite alum Flip Gordon is the fourth man...

Gordon’s changed his Twitter handle to “The Mercenary”, and he & Marty aren’t wasting any time capitalizing on the goodwill - and one of the recurring bits - from their time on The Bucks’ YouTube show:

Say, isn’t something else happening in Chicago that weekend?

Stay tuned...

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