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Travis Gordon (December 12, 1991) is an American professional wrestler previously signed to Ring of Honor.

Early life

Gordon was born in 1991 in Boston, Massachusetts and raised in Kalispell, Montana. He was also an amateur wrestler and was a four-time state champion. Gordon also attended North Idaho College where he trained in gymnastics and volunteered as to be the school mascot "Cecil" the Cardinal. His field of study was in Criminal Justice. Gordon is also active duty National Guardsman, reporting from the state of Idaho. He later became an Combat Engineer, specializing in explosives training.

Professional wrestling career

Early career (2015-2016)

Gordon trained under Brian Fury and the New England Pro Wrestling Academy. He debuted in 2015 where he began wrestling throughout the northeastern United States. He became a regular in Chaotic Wrestling, where he won his first title on September 9, 2016, at CW A Night Of Grand Slams, in a Six-Way Scramble match, to win the CW New England Championship. Besides CW, Gordon has worked for other promotions including Keystone Pro Wrestling, Limitless Wrestling, Tier 1 Wrestling, Xtreme Wrestling Alliance, Beyond Wrestling, Lucky Pro Wrestling, Northeast Wrestling, Warriors Of Wrestling and Combat Zone Wrestling all during his first couple of years since his debut.

Ring of Honor (2017-2021)

Gordon earned a contract with Ring of Honor after impressing officials in an ROH Tryout Camp. He debuted on April 8, 2017 in a match won by Matt Sydal. He wrestled his first title match during the June 24th ROH TV-Tapings, when he joined team Coast 2 Coast (Leon St. Giovanni & Shaheem Ali) in a match for the ROH World Six-Man Tag Team Championship held by Dalton Castle & The Boys (Brandon & Brent). Dalton and The Boys won the match and retained the championship.

In wrestling

  • Nicknames
    • "Air"
    • "Flip"

Championships and accomplishments

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