Since the departure of the other Elite members there has been a number of questions about what this means for Marty Scrull. Well at first the answer came with The Villain starting a brand new faction for himself, and really a stable position in Ring of Honor. I have always loved Marty's work and thought that he had extreme potential and still has untapped potential for himself that he might fulfill in April at the Crockett Cup. It is very interesting to see not just Nick Aldis in Ring of Honor but the connection that the NWA has developed with the company.
In the recent era of wrestling not many champions have done more for the National Wrestling Alliance then the current flag bearer for the brand and that is Nick Aldis. Much like with Cody last year this match with Marty is a matter of respect more than anything else between two good friends. Caprice Coleman being included in the segment just makes it even better, because he's just awesome. Either way though Nick Aldis has found his potential in the NWA and has grown leaps and bounds past where some people probably thought he ever could and come April 27 this is Marty's chance to do the same thing.
It has been a very long time since the last time I did a DVD review and that is basically because I haven't watched a DVD in a very very long time. I put that blame on the fact that I have been focused on other things, but expect to see a lot more reviews in the coming months as I have a few DVD's to watch. All the DVD's are from kayfabecommentaries.com as I love most if not all of there DVD releases. In my opinion this release is underrated as far as the entertainment value it provides, but you really have to at least have an idea of who Tommy Rich is or you will not enjoy this DVD. As always though let's go see what you'd expect from the DVD:
-The Georgia Territory
- Old School vs New School
- Opinion on Bill Eadie, Ole Anderson, Jim Barnett, Buzz Sawyer, and others
-Working in Memphis as a heel
- Working in ECW, WCW, and AWA
- All this and more on is in this DVD
With the rise of a social media presence for the NWA. It was fitting to move things for the site.