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Flip Gordon re-injures knee, pulled from Road to G1 Supercard show


Though his return to action for ROH had been announced for Road to G1 Supercard: Baltimore, Flip Gordon won't be able to wrestle at the show.

ROH announced today that Gordon has re-injured his right knee and won't be appearing at the Road to G1 Supercard show on Sunday (March 31). Gordon tweeted yesterday that his knee was "completely locked up" the morning after wrestling for OTT Wrestling in Belfast, Northern Ireland. He was able to fly home and had a doctor's appointment scheduled for this morning.

ROH wrote that there's "concern that Gordon may have suffered a 'bucket handle' meniscus tear, which would require surgery and keep him out of action for four-to-six months. The extent of the injury will not be known until the results of Gordon’s MRI exam are in."

Gordon suffered an MCL tear in his right knee while facing Tracy Williams at Honor Reigns Supreme on January 13. Before re-injuring his knee, Gordon announced on March 19 that he had been cleared to return to the ring.

ROH noted that Gordon will be appearing at G1 Supercard Festival of Honor on Friday, April 5, which is the day before G1 Supercard.