Flip Gordon is cleared to go to the Garden.
The ROH star took to social media earlier today to announce that he has been cleared for an in-ring return. Gordon had been sidelined since Jan. 13 when he suffered a full MCL tear during his Honor Reigns Supreme bout against Tracy Williams. At the time of the injury, ROH officials stated, "the timetable for Gordon’s recovery means he should be able to compete at Ring of Honor and New Japan Pro-Wrestling’s historic G1 Supercard show at sold-out Madison Square Garden on April 6."
UPDATE: I just saw the doctor, I passed all the tests, and I am officially CLEARED to WRESTLE!!! ---------- #FlipForever— uopɹo⅁ dıןℲ -- (@TheFlipGordon) March 19, 2019
As of now, Gordon is not booked on the ROH-NJPW G1 Supercard.
At ROH 17th Anniversary, Flip's longtime foe Bully Ray issued an open challenge to anyone to face him in a New York Street Fight at Madison Square Garden. Flip was originally supposed to face Bandido at Road to G1 Supercard in Dallas on Jan. 24.