Ring of Honor star Flip Gordon has returned to action. Gordon came back to answer Bully Ray’s open challenge at the G1 Supercard event in Madison Square Garden on April 6. The challenge was initially answered by Juice Robinson, but the IWGP United States champion was laid out backstage before the match began.
Flip was the man to step up but he hasn’t wrestled full-time since January 13, when he went out with a knee injury. But his match with Bully was interrupted by Shane Taylor and Silas Young, who were then countered by Lifeblood’s Mark Haskins and Juice, who came back to declare a three-on-three street-fight.
The fight went on for several minutes, with kendo sticks. trash cans, tables and even a wood pallet. But in the end, it was Haskins hitting the “What’s Up” down on Bully Ray, followed by a 450 from Gordon for the pin.
This confrontation continues the feud between Flip and Bully that raged during the latter half of 2018. Many fans believed that their rivalry was over but there may be more to come between the two men.
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— ROH Wrestling (@ringofhonor) April 7, 2019