Flip Gordon will be part of Ring of Honor for the foreseeable future.
PW Insider reported on Monday morning that Gordon recently agreed to an extension with ROH that will keep him as a contracted member of the roster through 2020.
It's been a big year for Gordon, who made his New Japan debut in May as part of the field for the Best of the Super Juniors tournament and continues to see his role in ROH increase, challenging for titles and being part of an ongoing heated rivalry with Bully Ray.
Gordon also has been part of an ongoing storyline related to the upcoming "All In" event, and trying to earn a spot on the card. Earlier this month, Gordon unsuccessfully challenged NWA Worlds Heavyweight Champion Nick Aldis, in an attempt to automatically get a match in Chicago if he became champion.
He has appeared frequently on the "Being The Elite" web series as well. Earlier this year, Gordon told Fightful.com Managing Editor Sean Ross Sapp how those appearances have benefited his career.
"It's affected me greatly," Gordon told Fightful. "It's given me an opportunity to show a different side of Flip Gordon. It's given me character, a storyline, the reach of 200,000 subscribers and growing. I feel like more people see me on Being the Elite than wrestling. It's cool how much exposure it's gotten. I just have fun, they give me ideas, this is what you're doing. They're very creative. I'm not that creative, but if someone gives me an idea I can run with it."
Gordon has been announced part of the field for ROH's eight-man International Cup tournament, which will take place during the company's Honor ReUnited tour of England in August.