Flip Gordon and Chris Sabin both suffered knee injuries while wrestling for Ring of Honor over the weekend.
ROH general manager Greg Gilleland issued a statement confirming the injuries: “Unfortunately, Ring of Honor can confirm that both Flip Gordon and Chris Sabin suffered knee injuries during this past weekend’s events that left them each in significant pain. The severity for each injury will not be known until further tests are concluded, but we wish them a speedy recovery and hope they can return to the ROH ring soon.”
Gordon was injured while facing Tracy Williams at Honor Reigns Supreme in Concord, North Carolina on Sunday night. Gordon grabbed his knee after hitting a single-leg dropkick into the corner. He rolled out of the ring shortly after hitting a springboard spear. The referee called the match off and Williams was declared the winner by stoppage.
Sabin suffered his injury at Saturday's ROH television tapings at Center Stage in Atlanta, Georgia. Sabin was facing Gordon, Shane Taylor, Luchasaurus, Rhett Titus, and Kenny King in a six-way match when the injury happened.
Sabin tweeted on Monday: "I'll be back."