33 Facts About Toni Storm


Toni Storm is signed to AEW, where she is a former AEW Women's World Champion.


Toni Storm previously worked for WWE, where she was a former NXT UK Women's Champion.


Toni Storm progressed to the tournament's semi-finals in 2017 and won it in 2018 at Evolution, WWE's first all-female PPV.


Toni Storm then performed on the NXT UK, NXT, and SmackDown brands before her release in 2021.


Toni Storm held Stardom's SWA World Championship for a record-setting reign of 612 days.


Toni Storm Rossall was born in Auckland on 19 October 1995, and moved to Australia's Gold Coast with her mother at the age of four when her parents separated.


Toni Storm then started working internationally in countries such as Finland, France, Germany, and Spain.

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Toni Storm took part in a WWE tryout camp in Melbourne during WWE's 2014 Australian tour, and attended another tryout camp in Manchester during WWE's 2015 UK tour.


Toni Storm made her debut for Progress Wrestling on 14 April 2015, being defeated by Elizabeth.


Toni Storm lost the title to Jinny at Chapter 69: Be Here Now.


In 2016, Toni Storm began working for the Japanese promotion Stardom, where she won the SWA World Championship on 24 July.


On 2 October 2016, Stardom officially announced that Toni Storm had signed with the promotion.


On 9 May 2018, Toni Storm was advertised for the upcoming United Kingdom Championship Tournament.


Toni Storm participated in a tournament to crown the inaugural NXT UK Women's Champion, but she lost against Rhea Ripley.


Toni Storm reigned as champion until 31 August 2019 at NXT UK TakeOver: Cardiff, where Storm lost her title to Kay Lee Ray, ending her reign at 230 days.


At Survivor Series, Toni Storm was eliminated via submission by Natalya and Sasha Banks.


At NXT UK TakeOver: Blackpool II, Toni Storm competed unsuccessfully in a triple threat match for the NXT UK Women's Championship against Kay Lee Ray and Piper Niven.


Toni Storm wrestled her last match in the brand on 27 February 2020 episode of NXT UK, losing to Kay Lee Ray in an "I Quit" match.


Toni Storm then joined Candice LeRae's team with Dakota Kai, and Raquel Gonzalez for TakeOver: WarGames, turning heel.


Toni Storm then competed in a triple threat match for the NXT Women's Championship involving Mercedes Martinez and reigning champion Io Shirai at TakeOver: Vengeance Day in a losing effort.


On 10 March 2021 episode of NXT, Toni Storm challenged Shirai for the title, where she was again unsuccessful.


Toni Storm was then defeated by Vega during the Queen's Crown tournament in the first round.


Toni Storm participated in the 5 on 5 Survivor Series elimination match at Survivor Series; eliminating both Carmella and Vega but was then eliminated by Liv Morgan.


Toni Storm then began a program with SmackDown Women's Champion Charlotte Flair with Toni Storm winning their first bout via disqualification.


Toni Storm then received her title opportunity on the Christmas Eve edition of SmackDown in a losing effort.

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Toni Storm made her AEW debut on 30 March 2022 episode of Dynamite as a participant in the qualifier match for the Owen Hart Foundation Women's Tournament, defeating The Bunny.


Toni Storm defeated Jamie Hayter in the quarterfinals of the tournament, and she was defeated by Britt Baker in the semi-finals.


On Road Rager special episode of Dynamite, Toni Storm defeated Baker in a rematch to challenge AEW Women's Champion Thunder Rosa for the title at AEW x NJPW: Forbidden Door in a losing effort.


At All Out, Toni Storm defeated Baker, Hayter, and Hikaru Shida in a four-way match to become AEW Interim Women's World Champion.


Toni Storm then defended her title against Athena, Baker, and Serena Deeb at Grand Slam.


Toni Storm lost her championship in a title match against Hayter at Full Gear.


On 11 January 2023 episode of Dynamite, Toni Storm teamed with Saraya in a losing effort to Hayter and Baker.


On 21 May 2023, Toni Storm made her debut for New Japan Pro-Wrestling at Resurgence, interfering in the street fight match between Juice Robinson and Fred Rosser, aiding Robinson in defeating Rosser, after getting physically involved during the match.