Lance Storm



Height: 5'10"

Weight: 231 lbs

Real Name: Lance Evers

DOB: 4/03/69

Hometown: Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Other Names: "Tiger"

Wrestler Since: 1990

Finishing Maneuver: Canadian Mapleleaf

PWI 500 2003 Ranking: #37

Previous PWI 500 Rankings: #56(2002), #13(2001), #40(2000), #69(1999), #78(1998), #132(1997)

Official Website: http://www.stormwrestling.com

History: There have been few prouder Canadians than Lance Storm. Storm was born and bred in Ontario, growing up interested in many sports, including volleyball, which he excelled at in high school. However, life had a different sport waiting for him. Storm began crafting his wrestling abilities at the Hart Brothers Pro Wrestling Camp over the summer of 1990, training with Chris Jericho, among other future stars. Jericho turned out to be his first opponent, as they wrestled to a 15-minute draw in the CWC. He later teamed up with Jericho, creating a strong tag-team called "Sudden Impact". They toured through Frontier Martial-Arts Wrestling in Japan during October '91 before coming back to North America. Storm then spent the next few years touring around the world, honing his wrestling talents.

In 1993, Storm went overseas to wrestle for the Catch Wrestling Association in Austria. In July '93, he began to climb towards his first gold, but was beaten by Hiroyoshi Yamamoto (Hiro Tenzan) in a battle for the first CWA World Junior Heavyweight Championship. However, a few weeks later, Storm came back, defeating Yamamoto to get the gold. He held the title for nearly 3 months before Yamamoto was able to reclaim it. Once again, Storm signed & won the rematch, becoming a 2-time CWA Junior Heavyweight Champion. However, soon after, during a 'vacation' back home, Storm injured his knee while wrestling a friendly match, and did not return to the CWA, eventually vacating the belt.

Storm entered the Smokey Mountain Wrestling federation in February '94, teaming up with his old partner, Chris Jericho. The two became known as the Thrill Seekers, and wrestled well together, feuding with the Heavenly Bodies and Well Dunn, among others. Storm's true success in the SMW came in the singles brackets, though, when he defeated Chris Candido in August '94 to win the Smokey Mountain Wrestling "Beat The Champ" Television Title. A month later, he lost the belt to Boo Bradley, and never reclaimed it, leaving the organization in November '94. Storm then returned to Calgary, wrestling on independent cards for a few months. He did return to the CWA for a time in 1995, but quickly returned to Canada, where he picked up the IWA Canadian Junior Heavyweight Championship. After losing the belt to the Ultimo Dragon in November '95, Storm ventured back to Japan, wrestling once again with Chris Jericho in the WAR.

In February '96, Storm teamed up with Yuji Yasuraoka, creating another strong tag-team. They fought in the WAR International Junior Heavyweight Tag-Team Title Tournament that month, defeating Gran Naniwa & Maasaki Mochizuki, but then losing to Lion Do (Jericho) & Gedo in the finals. The two teams continued to feud, and in March '96, Storm & Yasuraoka beat Lion Do & Gedo for the titles. They stayed as the tag champions for nearly four months before dropping the gold to Jushin Thunder Liger & El Samurai. In November '96, Storm & Yasuraoka returned to the top, beating Liger & El Samurai to reclaim their gold. This reign lasted nearly as long as the first, with Storm & Yasuraoka losing the belts to Masaaki Mochizuki & Battlanger in February '97. After the defeat, the tag-team broke up, as Storm began splitting his time between WAR and an organization back in the United States, Extreme Championship Wrestling.

Storm's first PPV in ECW was Barely Legal, where he was scheduled to go against his former adversary, Chris Candido. Candido, however, complained of injuries, and instead had Storm fight Rob Van Dam. Both men showed the skills that would make them major stars in the future, with a chair being used prominently during the fight. Van Dam eventually won the brawl, hitting the VanDaminator followed by a splash to get the pin. While Storm continued to build his image in ECW, fighting (and usually losing) to stars like Taz, Shane Douglas, and others, he also continued to wrestle in the WAR, going back one week a month for the tours. In July '97, Storm, Kouki Kitahara, & Nobutaka Araya defeated Tommy Dreamer, Mitsuharu Kitao, & Nobukazu Hirai for the revived WAR World 6-Man Tag-Team Titles. The trio would hold the belts until October '97, losing to Kitao, Hirai, & Masaaki Mochizuki. Storm then finally came to the states to stay, joining up with ECW full-time.

In December '97, Storm began teaming up with Chris Candido, his former nemesis, and the duo became a top contender in the ECW. They defeated Phil LaFon & Doug Furnas, the champions, and Axl Rotten & Ballz Mahoney for the ECW World Tag-Team Titles at Better Than Ever, a show at the end of '97. The team would then go on a wild 6-month reign, which featured a renewed feud between the two and multiple matches between them, as well as title defenses against other tag-teams. Storm teamed briefly with Al Snow, and the duo defeated Candido & Shane Douglas at Living Dangerously '98. After a while, Storm & Candido patched things up, fighting as a team again. They were finally beaten in June '98, losing to Rob Van Dam & Sabu, who took the belts. After the duo were unable to reclaim the belts, they again viciously broke up, leading to a series of matches between the athletes through August & September '98. Candido won a majority of the contests. It was during this time that Storm gained a new manager in Tammy Lynn Bytch (who later was changed out with Dawn Marie), turning him fully heel. Storm then spent the rest of '98 feuding with various wrestlers, including Jerry Lynn and Rob Van Dam, while also being a filler when ECW wrestlers failed to show at cards (a common occurance).

At Guilty As Charged, the January '99 ECW PPV, Storm got his shot against Van Dam, then the ECW TV Champ. The match went in and out of the ring, venturing into the crowd more than once. During the fight, Bill Alfonzo came out and tried to attack Storm's valet/manager at the time, Tammy Lynn Bytch. Storm came back to make the save. Later on in the match, the referee was accidentally taken out by the VanDaminator. Storm then hit his own version of the VanDaminator on Van Dam, but with the ref out, couldn't get the win. He tried to use a chair, but got hit with the 'real' version of the VanDaminator, the third in a row. In the end, after all the violence and finishers, Van Dam got the win with a suplex pinfall. Soon after, Storm, slowly growing into a major heel, teamed up with Justin Credible, forming the Impact Players, a tag-team that would last for more than a year. The duo came together due to mutual hatred of Tommy Dreamer.

At Living Dangerously '99, the Impact Players faced off against Dreamer & Shane Douglas in a tag-team match that quickly became a ladder-fest. Many spots occurred, with some violent shots. As the match was drawing to an end, Credible got his infamous Singapore cane and went to hit Douglas, but was stopped by Dreamer's valet, Francine, who ko'ed him with a massive kick to the face. Douglas then got the Pittsburgh Plunge for the victory. After that match, Cyrus came out, joining with Storm & Dreamer to attack the 'faces', forming a tough stable of sorts. The feud would continue to build between Storm & Dreamer, leading up to Hardcore Heaven '99. The two wrestlers had an unbelievable Hardcore match, featuring a lot of blood and damager. Dreamer got the first major hit, tossing Storm over the top ropes and through a table. Storm later answered back by busting Dreamer's head open with a chair shot. As the match continued, the ref was taken out, keeping Dreamer from getting the win after putting Storm through another table. Cyrus then came out and interfered, causing Francine to enter and spear him. "Beulah" (Dawn Marie) then entered as well, only to be piledriven by Dreamer. Forgotten in all the conclusion, though, was Storm, who recovered and knocked out Dreamer with a trash can shot, getting the pinfall victory.

Later that night, Storm aided his partner, Credible, against the returning Sid Vicious. However, neither wrestler could handle the powerhouse, and the match broke down when Sabu entered and attacked everyone. The Impact Players had a short feud with Sabu afterwards, which led into Jerry Lynn, who partnered with Sabu, and Rob Van Dam. At Heat Wave '99, the Impact Players faced off against Lynn & Van Dam in a tag match, which featured interference from Sabu against Credible. Tension were bad between Van Dam & Lynn, especially after Van Dam hit a splash on Lynn when Storm ducked. Storm tried to pin Lynn, but Van Dam came back for the save, then got the VanDaminator onto a chair. Storm was then pinned by Lynn. After the match, Van Dam, Lynn, & Sabu all started fighting, breatking up their alligance.

Storm & Credible continued to feud with Van Dam & Lynn, even though the two 'faces' were no longer together. At Anarchy Rulz, Storm & Lynn opened the night with a technical masterpiece, battling back and forth. During the bout, Storm was powerbombed by Lynn and pinned. Tammy Lynn Bytch, though, put Storm's foot on the ropes, breaking the count. Storm then was able to come back, eventually getting a cradle pinfall for the victory. The Impact Players then went in a new direction, finally focusing on the ECW Tag-Team Titles, which were on the waists of Tommy Dreamer & Raven, an unstable tag-team to say the least. At November To Remember '99, Storm, Credible, & Rhino fought against Dreamer, Raven, & the Sandman. Problems between Raven & Dreamer continued to give the heels the advantage, including when Raven moved a ladder that Dreamer was going to springboard off of. When Raven later missed a cane shot, hitting the Sandman instead of Credible, the heels took advantage, with Credible getting his Tombstone and making the pin on the Sandman.

In the beginning of 2000, the Impact Players finally got the run they wanted, facing Raven & Dreamer at Guilty As Charged, with the ECW Tag belts on the line. Dreamer was badly cut open during the match, but continued to brawl with both Impact Players. In the end, Credible went after Francine with his cane, looking to take her out. Raven interceded, taking the shot himself, leaving him wide open for a Credible Tombstone and the pinfall, winning the tag-team titles for the Impact Players, Storm's second reign. They would hold the belt for the next month before being taken down by Dreamer and his new partner, Masato Tanaka. Raven also found himself a new partner in Mike Awesome, later defeating Dreamer & Tanaka for the belts. This set up a Three-Way match at Living Dangerously '00 in March.

During the PPV match, the rules quickly broke down, as all six men began brawling on both sides of the ropes. Surprisingly, Raven & Awesome left the match first, after Tanaka took out Awesome with his Roaring Elbow. This ensured that there would be new champions that night. During the battles between the final two teams, Dreamer was once again cut open. He was later taken out, allowing the Impact Players to get a spike piledriver on Tanaka and make the pin for the victory, regaining the ECW Tag-Team Titles. Postmatch, Cyrus came out and celebrated with the two men. But things were not going to last for the Impact Players.

In April '00, Credible defeated Dreamer to win the ECW Heavyweight Title, and subsequently vacated the tag-team belts, leaving Storm in the air, titleless. Things broke apart between the partners, as Storm felt slighted by his former ally. Credible had also gained the services of Dreamer's former valet, Francine, while Dawn Marie stayed with Storm. At Hardcore Heaven 2000, Credible was slated to defend the World Title against Dreamer. Instead, Storm came out, and the two former allies had it out in a back-and-forth brawl. Dawn Marie & Francine both also expressed their feelings, fighting on the outside. The match came to a conclusion when Storm was caught coming off the turnbuckle and piledrived, ending the bout and Storm's last major ECW Title shot. Only a short time later, Storm left ECW behind, heading for the greener pastures of World Championship Wrestling.

In June '00, Storm made his first appearence in WCW, coming out of nowhere to leap over the ropes and attack the members of 3 Count (Evan Karagias, Shane Helms, & Shannon Moore). The attacks continued for a few weeks, leading to Storm tagging with Billy Kidman, who was feuding with 3 Count at the time. However, the team-up didn't last long, as Kidman made fun of Storm's devotion to his home country of Canada, always demanding for everyone "to be serious for a minute" and stand for his Canadian National Anthem. Storm later attacked Kidman, once again becoming a full heel. In July '00, Storm was entered in the 8-man one-day WCW United States Heavyweight Title Tournament. He managed to defeat Buff Bagwell & Shane Douglas to make it to the finals, where he came out with a tough victory over another former ECW wrestler, Mike Awesome, to gain the US strap. Storm then rechristened the belt the Canadian Heavyweight Title, giving it his own personal flair.

Storm's push in WCW continued to grow over the next month, as he continued to feud with "That 70s Guy" Mike Awesome. He joined up with a few wrestlers, bringing in Canadians Elix Skipper and Carl Oulette to aid him. Storm also added to his gold, defeating Big Vito and becoming the WCW Hardcore Champion. Of course, Storm continued his Canadian ways, changing the belt to the Saskatchewan Hardcore International Title. He then defeated Chavo Guerrero Jr on the next Nitro to gain the WCW Cruiserweight Title, which he renamed the 100-kilos-and-under belt. In only a few months in the company, Storm was holding more than half of the titles in WCW. He took the belts into New Blood Rising, where he defended the "Canadian" Title against Awesome. Storm came out with a "Goldberg"-like security group, due to his having so much gold, then appointed a special referee for the match: Jacques Rougeau.

Awesome took control early in the match, and got a Ligerbomb for the 3 count, but Rougeau quickly announced that Canadian Rules were in effect, and that a 5 count was required. Awesome later made Storm tap out to a Dragon Sleeper, but was informed by the ref that submissions didn't count. Texas Death rules were later enforced, once again to save Storm. In the end, after Awesome & Storm had both fallen through a table, Rougeau said that the first man up would be the winner. He then proceeded to knock Awesome down, to make sure that Storm retained the "Canadian" Title. Soon after, Storm rewarded his allies in the Canadian stable, giving the "100-Kilos-And-Under" title to Skipper and the "Saskatchewan Hardcore International" title to Oulette, while keeping the "Canadian" Title for himself.

In September '00, Storm entered a major feud with General Rection (Hugh Morrus) and his Missing In Action (MIA) stable. Rection was the consumate patriot, wanting to get the "US" belt back where it belonged. The feud grew greater when Storm and his Canadian partners kidnapped Major Gunns, the MIA valet. They forced Gunns to be "a Canadian", teaching her how to hold herself with pride. A match was signed at Fall Brawl '00, between Storm & Rection, with both the Canadian Heavyweight Title and Major Gunns on the line. To keep interference away from the ring, Rection enlisted patriot "Hacksaw" Jim Duggan to be at ringside as the special "troubleshooter". During the match, however, Duggan attacked Rection, hitting him with the 2x4. Storm was then able to take the victory, leaving with not only the title and Gunns, but also Duggan, as "Hacksaw" betrayed his long-time adoring fans and turned heel, becoming a Canadian.

A few weeks after the pay-per-view, Storm was beaten by Terry Funk, losing the US/Canadian Heavyweight Title. However, one day later, during Thunder tapings, Storm came back, reclaiming his belt. He then continued to feud with Rection, with Duggan as his Enforcer. Eventually, Storm forced Rection to sign a Handicap match at Halloween Havoc '00 against both him & Duggan, his only chance to get Major Gunns back. During the PPV match, Storm & Duggan showed considerable troubles, with Duggan accidentally hitting Storm more than once. Major Gunns also interfered, trying to help Rection win. In the end, while Storm was arguing with Gunns, Rection hit his No Laughing Matter moonsault on Duggan and got the victory, costing Storm the US/Canadian Heavyweight Title.

Storm and Duggan continued to have problems, as Storm blamed Duggan for his no longer having the belt. A few weeks after the PPV, Storm got a rematch against Rection for the title. During the match, Major Gunns surprisingly turned on Rection, giving Storm the edge he needed to win the US/Canadian Title for the third time. Gunns then joined the Canadian stable, showing that her Canadian tutoring had paid off. Storm & Rection continued to feud for the next few weeks, leading up to a final PPV match at WCW Mayhem '00. Before the match, Rection was attacked by a supposedly-injured Bam-Bam Bigelow, giving Storm the edge. However, Rection fought back after a time, getting his No Laughing Matter to regain the US Title, leaving Storm without gold, something Storm had not done much in WCW.

Storm next concentrated on the former Commissioner of WCW, Ernest "The Cat" Miller. Storm also continued to berate Duggan, whose mistakes cost the Canadians multiple wins. Storm and the Cat fought on and off, leading up to Starrcade '00. The match featured interference from both Major Gunns and Miss Jones, Miller's valet. The ref was later taken out accidentally by Jones, after a vicious sidekick. The two wrestlers battled for a few more minutes without a ref, and the Cat took the advantage, until Duggan came out and reluctantly hit the Cat, knocking him out. Storm then locked on his Canadian Mapleleaf submission hold, getting the victory. After the match, though, Storm, Skipper, and Gunns turned on Duggan, beating on him until Miller came back to make the save. Storm tossed Duggan out of his stable, leaving "Hacksaw" without a country.

Storm replaced Duggan with the powerhouse Mike Awesome, who became the Canadian Career-Killer. With this strong man on his staff, the Canadian stable became very powerful. The Canadians then started to battle against the Filthy Animals (Rey Mysterio Jr, Billy Kidman, & Konnan). The Animals aided "Hacksaw" in his troubles with Team Canada, and eventually signed a "Penalty Box" match at WCW Sin, the first WCW PPV in 2001. Storm, Awesome, & Skipper faced off against Mysterio, Kidman, & Konnan, with Duggan as the special guest referee, calling "penalties" on the wrestlers that would end up putting the wrestler in a box for a certain amount of time. During the match, 3-on-1 encounters happened numerous times. In the end, after a major brawl, Kidman, Konnan, Awesome, & Skipper were all sent to the box, while Mysterio and Storm fought it out. Awesome got out of the box first, though, making it a double-team, which allowed Awesome to powerbomb Mysterio, followed by Storm's Canadian Mapleleaf submission hold, making Mysterio give up before Kidman & Konnan could return.

Also at WCW Sin, Ernest "The Cat" Miller had regained his Commissionership, something that CEO Ric Flair desperately wanted to stop. He enlisted the aid of Storm, who had beaten Miller before. During a regular television show, Storm managed to take Miller down, after much interference, becoming the WCW Commissioner (almost a title in its own right in '01). Storm began using the power for his own personal gains, as well as for Awesome & Skipper. However, Miller managed to get a rematch signed at Superbrawl: Revenge, leading to yet another match for the Commissionership. Mike Sanders, Flair's personal "student", tried to interfere, but was stopped by Miss Jones. Meanwhile, Miller managed to get his Feliner kick for the victory, taking away Storm's power before he could fully abuse it.

The next night, on Nitro, Storm was forced to stay in the ring until "Commissioner" Miller came out to meet him. Miller then told him that, due to his 1-week terror reign as Commissioner, he had to face someone he thought he would never have to fight again. Hugh Morrus, formerly General Rection, then appeared on the 'Tron, laughing hysterically. This renewed the feud between Storm & Morrus, as Storm teamed up with Mike Awesome against him, while Skipper became more interested in joining Kid Romeo in the Cruiserweight Tag-Team Title Tournament. Morrus, however, managed to find an ally as well, joining with Filthy Animals member Konnan, who also had problems with Team Canada. For the next couple of weeks, Morrus & Konnan made the save for each other, when Team Canada attacked. At WCW Greed in March '01, Storm & Awesome took on Konnan & Morrus in a tag-team fight. During the match, Team Canada ruthlessly dominated Konnan, until he finally got the tag with Morrus. The match broke down into a brawl, ending when Awesome got his Running Powerbomb on Morrus for the victory.

After the victory at WCW Greed, Storm & Awesome began declaring themselves the #1 Contenders to the WCW World Tag-Team Titles, which were around the waists of Chuck Palumbo and Sean O'Haire. This led to Storm & Awesome getting the shot at the belt on the Season Finale of the Turner-ran WCW. Although Team Canada made a good run at it, Palumbo & O'Haire eventually came away with the win, securing the tag-team titles as WCW came to a close. Storm spent the next few months in training, while still under contract with WCW. He made his first appearance with the WWF at Wrestlemania '01, sitting in the crowd and cheering on Shane McMahon as he defeated his father. Storm would then vanish for a time, as the WWF continued to run on without the WCW wrestlers.

At the last Raw in May '01, Perry Saturn & his girl, Terri, were taking on Steve Blackman & Trish Stratus in an intergender match taking place in Calgary. Near the end, Trish & Terri were fighting separately, while Saturn & Blackman were going at it. Suddenly, out of nowhere, Storm reappeared in his wrestling trunks, coming out of the crowd and taking out Saturn with a sharp kick to the face. Storm then pumped his fist to the crowd and ran out, while Blackman made the pin. Later on, Storm was shown joining with Shane McMahon and celebrating, then jumping into the limo and driving away. With this, Storm became the first WCW wrestler to appear in the WWF with McMahon, leading the WCW Invasion of the WWF. Storm would make a few appearances in the next few weeks, usually running in, until Vince McMahon decided to allow WCW matches to be fought during WWF television. Storm soon became one of the top heels for the WCW faction, using the same mic skills he perfected in the WWF.

During a July '01 Raw, Storm & Mike Awesome took on Chris Jericho & Kane in a tag-team match. During the bout, when Jericho & Kane took the advantage, Tommy Dreamer & Rob Van Dam surprisingly came from the crowd and attacked the WWF wrestlers. When a tide of WWF wrestlers ran to the ring, it looked like Van Dam & Dreamer would be taken out. But the WWF wrestlers, all former ECW stars, turned and joined in on the beating of Jericho & Kane, including Storm & Awesome. Paul Heyman then entered the ring and proclaimed that the Invasion had just gotten Extreme! With Storm & Awesome leaving the WCW to rejoin the ECW group, a match was set up that night between the ECW and WWF/WCW. But it turned out to be a trick, as the WCW faction also joined with ECW, creating a super Invasion force that started to overpower the WWF. Storm also started up a small feud with his former tag-team partner, Jericho, then moved on to challenge Edge & Christian to a tag-team match against him and Awesome, who had lost the WWF Hardcore Title due to E&C's interference.

At the WWF Invasion PPV, Storm & Awesome went to war with the 7-time WWF Tag-Team Champs in one of the first matches of the night. The bout went back and forth, with Storm's athletic abilities & Awesome's brute strength keeping them in the match. When things began to break down near the end, though, Storm was knocked down by Christian, who then blocked an Awesome running powerbomb with a Spear. Edge fell on Awesome and made the pin, getting the win for his team and keeping Storm & Awesome from getting a WWF PPV victory.

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Pay-Per-View/Show Summary: (48 - 41, 4 NCs, 1 Draw)
- SMW Blue Grass Brawl II (April '94) = Storm beat Steve Dunn and Timothy Well in consecutive matches.
- SMW Volunteer Slam III (May '94) = The Thrill Seekers (Storm & Chris Jericho) beat Well Dunn (Timothy Well & Steve Dunn).
- SMW "Night of Legends" (August 5, '94) = The Thrill Seekers won over the Heavenly Bodies.
- SMW Fire On The Mountain '94 (August 6) = Storm & Tracey Smothers defeated the Heavenly Bodies.
- SMW Thanksgiving Thunder '94 (November) = Storm took out D'Lo Brown.
- NJPW Budokan Hall (June '96) = Storm & Yuji Yasuraoka retained the WAR Int'l Junior Heavyweight Tag-Team Titles, beating Norio Honoga & El Samurai.
- WAR Sumo Hall (July 20, '96) = Storm & Yuji Yasuraoka lost the Int'l Junior Heavyweight Tag-Team Titles to Jushin Liger & El Samurai.
- WAR Sumo Hall (July 21, '96) = Storm, Yuji Yasuroaka, Rey Mysterio Jr & the Ultimo Dragon defeated Juventud Guerrera, Jushin Liger, Lion Do & Gedo.
- WAR Sumo Hall (December '96) = Storm & Yuji Yasuraoka retained the WAR International Junior Heavyweight Tag-Team Titles, winning over Tiger Mask & Masaaki Mochizuki.
- ECW "Crossing The Line Again" (February '97) = Storm defeated Ballz Mahoney.
- ECW "Barely Legal" (April '97) = Storm was beaten by Rob Van Dam.
- ECW "Orgy of Violence" (June '97) = Storm won over Tracey Smothers.
- WAR 5th Anniversary Show (July '97) = Storm, Koki Kitihara & Nobutaku Araya beat Tommy Dreamer, Koji Kitao & Nobukazu Hirai to win the vacant WAR Six Man Tag Titles.
- ECW Heat Wave '97 = Storm was forced to submit to the ECW TV Champ, Taz.
- ECW "Born To Be Wired" (August '97) = Storm was pinned by Shane Douglas.
- ECW "As Good As It Gets" (September '97) = Storm was defeated by Chris Candido.
- ECW Arena (October '97) = Storm & Chris Candido won over Doug Furnas & Phil Lafon.
- ECW Ultimate Jeopardy '97 (November) = Storm & Chris Candido beat Tommy Rogers & Jerry Lynn.
- ECW November To Remember '97 = Storm & Chris Candido defeated Jerry Lynn & Tommy Rogers.
- ECW "Better Than Ever" (December '97) = Storm & Chris Candido won a Three-Way for the ECW Tag-Team Titles over Doug Furnas & Phil Lafon and Ballz Mahoney & Axl Rotten.
- ECW Hostile City Showdown '98 = Storm, Chris Candido, & Shane Douglas fought to a No-Contest with Bam-Bam Bigelow & Taz.
- ECW Cyberslam '98 = Storm defeated Chris Candido.
- ECW Living Dangerously '98 = Storm & Al Snow won over Chris Candido & Shane Douglas.
- ECW Arena (March '98) = Storm & Chris Candido defended the ECW Tag Titles by beating Jerry Lynn & Chris Chetti.
- ECW Wrestlepalooza '98 (May 3rd) = Storm & Chris Candido retained the ECW Tag-Team Titles, defeating Axl Rotten & Ballz Mahoney.
- ECW "A Matter of Respect" (May 15th, '98) = Storm & Rob Van Dam fought to a No-Contest with Chris Candido & Sabu.
- ECW Arena (June '98) = Storm & Chris Candido lost the ECW Tag Titles to Rob Van Dam & Sabu.
- ECW Arena (July '98) = Storm & Chris Candido were beaten by the ECW Tag-Team Champions, Rob Van Dam & Sabu.
- ECW Heat Wave '98 = Storm was pinned by Chris Candido.
- ECW Arena (August 8th, '98) = Storm beat Chris Candido.
- ECW Arena (August 29th, '98) = Storm was defeated by Chris Candido.
- ECW Arena (September '98) = Storm fell to Chris Candido.
- ECW Arena (October '98) = Storm was beaten by Rob Van Dam, who retained the TV Title.
- ECW November To Remember '98 = Storm won over Jerry Lynn.
- ECW Arena (November '98) = Storm beat Jerry Lynn, then defeated Mikey Whipwreck.
- ECW Arena (December '98) = Storm won a Three-Way match over Wolfie D & Rex King. Later that night, Storm lost to the ECW World Champion, Shane Douglas.
- ECW Guilty As Charged '99 = Storm was defeated by the ECW TV Champ, Rob Van Dam.
- ECW House Party '99 = Storm lost a Three-Way Dance to Tommy Dreamer. Justin Credible was the other participant.
- ECW Arena (March '99) = Storm fought to a Draw with Jerry Lynn.
- ECW Living Dangerously '99 = The Impact Players (Storm & Justin Credible) were beaten by Tommy Dreamer & Shane Douglas.
- ECW Arena (May '99) = The Impact Players & Beulah lost to Tommy Dreamer, Jerry Lynn, & Francine.
- ECW Hardcore Heaven '99 = Storm defeated Tommy Dreamer.
- ECW Hostile City Showdown '99 = The Impact Players won a "Death" match over Jerry Lynn & Sabu.
- ECW Heat Wave '99 = The Impact Players lost to Rob Van Dam & Jerry Lynn.
- ECW Arena (August '99) = Storm fought to a No-Contest with the ECW TV Champ, Rob Van Dam.
- ECW Anarchy Rulz '99 = Storm defeated Jerry Lynn.
- ECW Arena (October '99) = The Impact Players fought to a No-Contest with Tommy Dreamer & Raven, who kept the ECW Tag Titles.
- ECW November To Remember '99 = The Impact Players & Rhino won over Tommy Dreamer, Raven, & the Sandman.
- ECW Guilty As Charged '00 = The Impact Players beat Tommy Dreamer & Raven to gain the ECW Tag-Team Titles.
- ECW Arena (March '00) = The Impact Players defeated Gedo & Jado.
- ECW Living Dangerously '00 = The Impact Players won a Three-Way to gain the ECW Tag-Team belts. The other participants were Tommy Dreamer & Masato Tanaka and Mike Awesome & Raven.
- ECW Cyberslam '00 = Storm & Dawn Marie defeated Nova & Jazz.
- ECW Hardcore Heaven '00 = Storm lost to the ECW Heavyweight Champion, Justin Credible.
- WCW New Blood Rising '00 (August) = Storm stayed the US Champion by beating Mike Awesome. Jacques Rougeau was the special guest referee.
- WCW Fall Brawl '00 = Storm pinned General Rection, retaining the US Title.
- WCW Halloween Havoc '00 = Storm & Jim Duggan lost a Handicap match to General Rection, who won the US Title.
- WCW Millenium Final (November '00) = Storm competed in a Battle Royal, which was won by Mike Awesome. Later that night, Storm lost, via DQ, to General Rection. Storm retained the US Title.
- WCW Mayhem '00 = Storm was defeated by General Rection, who regained the US Championship from him.
- WCW Starrcade '00 = Storm won over Ernest Miller.
- WCW Sin (January '01) = Storm, Mike Awesome, & Elix Skipper won a "Penalty Box" match over Rey Mysterio Jr, Billy Kidman, & Konnan.
- WCW Superbrawl: Revenge ('01) = Storm was beaten by Ernest Miller, who became the WCW Commissioner.
- WCW Greed (March '01) = Storm & Mike Awesome defeated Hugh Morrus & Konnan.
- WWF Invasion (July '01) = Storm & Mike Awesome fell to Edge & Christian.
- WWF Summerslam '01 = Storm lost the WWF Intercontinental Title to Edge.
- WWF Unforgiven '01 = Storm & Hurricane Helms lost an Elimination match to the WWF Tag-Team Champs, the Dudley Boyz. The other participants were the Hardy Boyz and Spike Dudley & the Big Show.
- WWF No Mercy '01 = Storm & Hurricane Helms were beaten by the WCW Tag-Team Champions, the Hardy Boyz.
- WWF Rebellion (November 3, '01) = In a dark match, Storm & Justin Credible lost to Chuck Palumbo & Billy Gunn.
- WWF Survivor Series '01 = In a dark match, Storm, Justin Credible & Raven defeated Spike Dudley, Scotty Too Hotty & Albert. Later that night, Storm competed in an "Immunity Battle Royal", which was won by Test.
- WWF Royal Rumble '02 = Storm competed in the Royal Rumble, which was won by Hunter Hearst Helmsley.
- WWF No Way Out '02 = Storm & Christian competed in a Tag-Team Turmoil match, which was won by the Acolytes.
- WWF Wrestlemania X-8 ('02) = In a dark match, Storm, Mr. Perfect & Test lost to Rikishi, Scotty Too Hotty & Albert.
- WWE Vengence '02 (July) = Storm & Christian won the WWE Tag-Team Titles from Hulk Hogan & Edge.
- WWE Global Warning (August 10, '02) = Storm & Christian stayed the Tag Champs, beating Rey Mysterio Jr & Billy Kidman.
- WWE Summerslam '02 = Storm & Christian defended the WWE Tag Titles, winning over Booker T & Goldust.
- WWE Unforgiven '02 = Storm, Christian, William Regal & Test fell to Booker T, Goldust, Bubba Ray Dudley & Kane.
- WWE Survivor Series '02 = In a dark match, Storm & William Regal defeated Goldust & the Hurricane.
- WWE Armageddon '02 = Storm & William Regal competed in the "Raw Tag-Team Title Elimination" Match, which was won by Booker T & Goldust. Christian & Chris Jericho and the Dudley Boyz were the other participants.
- WWE Royal Rumble '03 = Storm & William Regal lost the "Raw" Tag-Team Titles to the Dudley Boyz.
- WWE No Way Out '03 = Storm & William Regal stayed the WWE Raw Tag-Team Champions, winning over Rob Van Dam & Kane.
- WWE Wrestlemania X-9 (March 30, '03) = In a dark match, Storm & Sean Morley stayed the WWE Raw Tag Champs, beating Rob Van Dam & Kane.
- WWE Judgment Day '03 = Storm competed in the "Intercontinental Title Battle Royal", which was won by Christian.
- WWE Insurrextion '03 (June 7) = In a dark match, Storm fell to the Hurricane.
- WWE Armageddon '03 = Storm & Val Venis competed in the "Tag-Team Turmoil" Match, which was won by Ric Flair & Batista, who won the Raw Tag-Team Titles.
- ECW One Night Stand (June 12, '05) = Storm defeated Chris Jericho.
- RoH Wrestlemania Weekend, Night Three (April 1, '06) = Storm lost to the RoH Heavyweight Champion, Bryan Danielson.
- RoH Death Before Dishonor VII, Night 1 (July 24, '09) = Storm & Kevin Steen defeated Sweet 'n' Sour Inc (Chris Hero & Davey Richards).
- RoH Death Before Dishonor VII, Night 2 (July 25, '09) = Storm was beaten by Chris Hero.
- RoH Showdown In The Sun, Night One (March 30, '12) = Storm fell to Mike Bennett.
- RoH Border Wars (May 12, '12) = Storm defeated Mike Bennett.

Title Summary:
- WCWA Tag-Team Champion w/ Chris Jericho (??/??/??)
- WCWA Tag-Team Champion(2) w/ Chris Jericho (??/??/??)
- CRMW North American Tag-Team Champion w/ Chris Jericho (10/17/92 - 92)
- CRMW Mid-Heavyweight Champion (11/92)
- CRMW Mid-Heavyweight Champion(2) (??/??/??)
- CRMW Mid-Heavyweight Champion(3) (??/??/??)
- CRMW Mid-Heavyweight Champion(4) (??/??/??)
- CRMW Mid-Heavyweight Champion(5) (??/??/??)
- CWA World Junior Heavyweight Champion (7/24/93 - 10/93)
- CWA World Junior Heavyweight Champion(2) (10/24/93 - 93)
- SMW "Beat The Champ" Television Champion (8/08/94 - 9/05/94)
- IWA Canadian Junior Heavyweight Champion (95 - 11/15/95)
- WAR International Junior Heavyweight Tag-Team Champion w/ Yuji Yasuraoka (3/27/96 - 7/20/96)
- WAR International Junior Heavyweight Tag-Team Champion(2) w/ Yuji Yasuraoka (11/09/96 - 2/12/97)
- WAR World 6-Man Tag-Team Champion w/ Kouki Kitahara & Nobutaka Araya (7/06/97 - 10/27/97)
- ECW World Tag-Team Champion w/ Chris Candido (12/06/97 - 6/27/98)
- ECW World Tag-Team Champion(2) w/ Justin Credible (1/09/00 - 2/26/00)
- ECW World Tag-Team Champion(3) w/ Justin Credible (3/12/00 - 4/22/00)
- WCW United States Heavyweight Champion (7/18/00 - 9/22/00)
- WCW Hardcore Champion (7/24/00 - 8/14/00)
- WCW World Cruiserweight Champion (7/31/00 - 8/14/00)
- WCW United States Heavyweight Champion(2) (9/23/00 - 10/29/00)
- WCW United States Heavyweight Champion(3) (11/10/00 - 11/26/00)
- WWF Intercontinental Heavyweight Champion (7/23/01 - 8/19/01)
- WWE "Raw" World Tag-Team Champion w/ Christian (7/21/02 - 9/23/02)
- WWE "Raw" World Tag-Team Champion(2) w/ William Regal (1/06/03 - 1/19/03)
- WWE "Raw" World Tag-Team Champion(3) w/ William Regal (1/20/03 - 3/24/03)
- WWE "Raw" World Tag-Team Champion(4) w/ Sean Morley (3/24/03 - 3/31/03)

PWI Achievement Awards: (0 wins, 1 1st RU, 1 2nd RU, 0 3rd RUs)
- 2000 Most Improved Wrestler, 2nd Runner-Up
- 2002 Most Hated Wrestler(s), 1st Runner-Up (The Un-Americans)