The future of Flip Gordon will be linked to Ring of Honor Wrestling (ROH). According to the exclusive Pro Wrestling Insider (PWI) portal, Gordon has renewed his contract with the company for two years. In this way, ROH ensures to have the wrestler’s services until the middle of the year 2020.
At 26, and with only three years of experience as a professional, Flip Gordon has made a name within the American independent scene. Since his arrival at ROH last year, in addition, Gordon has increased his value and has begun to fight semi-regularly overseas which include appearances for World Wrestling Council (CMLL), The Crash, Revolution Pro Wrestling (RPW) or New Japan Pro Wrestling (NJPW).
To this day, Gordon is in the middle of a story with the protagonists of the series Being The Elite to get appear in the independent event All In. His last opportunity took place at the Honor For All event. That night, Gordon lost to Nick Aldis in a match for the World Wrestling Alliance (NWA) World Championship and earned the respect of Cody Rhodes.