Earlier this month, Chris Sabin went down with an injury at the most recent TV Tapings at Center Stage in Atlanta, Georgia during a 6-Way Match. He had to be helped to the back, as seen in the photo below:
Not looking good on this Sabin right knee injury. Couldn’t put any weight on it. Prayers up.🙏 #ROH #ROHAtlanta pic.twitter.com/yyqjjFaH3b
— Ismael AbduSalaam (@Ismael_BBM_NYK) January 13, 2019
Afterwards, Ring Of Honor (ROH) did confirm that he sustained a knee injury, but couldn’t provide further details at the time. Just recently, Sabin announced that he has a complete ACL tear and will be out 8-12 months, as seen below:
Complete ACL tear. 8 – 12 months.
— Constellation Chris Sabin (@SuperChrisSabin) January 23, 2019
Ring Of Honor (ROH) will be on the road again later this month for their Road To G1 Supercard Events in Dallas (January 24th), Houston (January 25th) & San Antonio (January 26th). The sold-out ROH / NJPW G1 Supercard takes place on April 6th at Madison Square Garden.
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