Flip Gordon still can't get booked for All In. But you can catch him in Ring of Honor for the foreseeable future.
Speaking to UK outlet Metro, Gordon revealed that he's signed an exclusive contract with ROH.
Ring of Honor has been great, I’m having so much fun. I’m very excited because I’ve just re-signed exclusively with them.
Gordon debuted in ROH on April 8, 2017 in a losing effort against Matt Sydal. Earlier this year, he took part in the Best of the Super Juniors tournaments in NJPW. He went 3-4 in the round robin format, but his ability to take his pants off mid-backflip won over the NJPW crowd.
On Thursday, he won his first round matchup against Kip Sabian as part of the ROH Honor Re-United International Cup Tournament.
Despite his success in ROH and NJPW and friendship with the Young Bucks, Gordon still can't get booked for All In.
"I am still not booked for All In after losing to Nick Aldis. I don’t know what I’m going to do, I’ve got a couple of ideas. Me, Brandi and The Bucks are brainstorming and we’re going to figure it out. It’s a blast working with them, and it’s always nice to have a second or third pair of ears to run ideas by. They’re so creative and so supportive."
He challenged Nick Aldis for the NWA World Heavyweight title in July. A victory would have allowed him to face Cody in one of the main All In bouts.