Toni Storm Wiki
Toni Storm Bio
|Toni Rossall was born on 19th October 1995. She is an Australian professional wrestler, currently signed to WWE performing on the NXT UK brand under the ring name Toni Storm. In Stardom, she is a former World of Stardom Champion and SWA World Champion. Storm also works extensively on the European independent circuit, where she is a two-time and current wXw Women’s Champion and a former Progress Women’s. In WWE, she competed in the 2017 and 2018 Mae Young Classic, making it to the Semi-Finals in 2017 and winning the tournament in 2018 at WWE Evolution. She has been labelled “the next big thing in women’s wrestling” by WWE hall of famer Mark Henry.|
|Toni Storm Birth name||Toni Rossall|
|Toni Storm Age||She was born on 19 October 1995Auckland, New Zealand|
|Toni Storm Residence||Liverpool, United Kingdom|
|Toni Storm Professional wrestling career|
|Ring name(s)||Toni Storm
|Billed height||168 cm (5 ft 6 in)|
|Billed weight||65 kg (143 lb)|
|Billed from||Gold Coast, Australia|
|Trained by||Dean Allmark|
|Debut||9 October 2009|
Toni Strom Personal life
Toni Storm was born in Auckland, New Zealand, but lived most of her youth in Australia, where she moved after her parents got divorced.
Toni Strom Professional wrestling career
Toni Storm made her professional wrestling debut at the age of 13 for Impact Pro Wrestling Australia (IPWA). She later decided she wanted to become a better wrestler and convinced her mother to let her move to Liverpool, England to live with her grandmother. While living in England, Rossall trained under Dean Allmark. She started working internationally in countries such as Finland, France, Germany, and Spain. Storm took part in a WWE tryout camp in Melbourne on the 2014 WWE Australian tour and the 2015 WWE UK tour.
Progress Wrestling (2015–2018)
Toni Storm made her debut for Progress Wrestling on 14th April 2015, where Elizabeth defeated her.
In May 2017, Storm became the first ever Progress Women’s Champion after defeating Jinny and Laura Di Matteo in a three-way match. This match marked the first time that female wrestlers competed in the main event of a Progress event. Throughout the year, Storm went on to successfully defend the championship numerous times against challengers like Kay Lee Ray, Laura Di Matteo, and Candice LeRae.
World Wonder Ring Stardom (2016–2018)
She began working for the Japanese World Wonder Ring Stardom promotion in 2016, where she won the SWA World Championship on 24 July. On 2nd October 2016, Stardom officially announced that Storm had signed with the promotion. After winning the 2017 Cinderella Tournament on 30 April, Storm also won 2017 5★Star GP on 18 September. She set the record by becoming the first wrestler to win the two tournaments in the same year. On 24 September the same year, Storm became the new World of Stardom Champion in an unplanned finish, when Mayu Iwatani was legitimately injured during a title defense against her, prompting the referee to stop the match and award Storm the title. On 9th June 2018 Storm lost the World of Stardom Championship against Kagetsu.
NXT UK (2017–present)
On 16th June 2017, WWE announced Storm as one of the first four participants of the Mae Young Classic. Storm joined the tournament on 13th July, defeating Ayesha Raymond in the first round. A day after, Storm defeated Lacey Evans in the second round and Piper Niven in the quarterfinals, before being eliminated from the tournament in the semifinals by Kairi Sane.
On 9th May 2018, Storm was advertised for the upcoming United Kingdom Championship Tournament events. On 24th May, Dave Meltzer reported that Storm had signed a WWE contract. On 18th June at the United Kingdom Championship Tournament, Storm defeated Killer Kelly and Isla Dawn in a Triple threat match to become the #1 contender for the NXT Women’s Championship. The following day at the NXT U.K. Championship, Storm was defeated by the defending NXT Women’s Champion Shayna Baszler. In the 26th August NXT UK tapings, Storm was defeated by Rhea Ripley in a tournament final to determine the inaugural NXT UK Women’s Champion. On 28th October 2018, at WWE Evolution she defeated Io Shirai to win the 2018 Mae Young Classic.
On January 12th, 2019 at NXT UK TakeOver: Blackpool, Storm defeated Rhea Ripley to capture the NXT UK Women’s Championship.
— Suellen (@suh_ellenb) January 12, 2019
Toni Storm Deletes Social Accounts after Naked Photos Leak
On Wednesday 3rd January 2019, Toni Storm was forced to delete both her Twitter and Instagram accounts after her naked images, and a video were leaked online.
Fellow WWE wrestlers backed the NXT UK superstar online and used #WeSupportToniStorm in their tweets.
Renee Young Tweeted, “#WeSupportToniStorm we’re here for you girl. The internet can be a nasty dark place. I really hope certain things in this world start to turn around,” broadcaster Renee Young wrote in a tweet. “Invasion of privacy is a very scary thing. Let’s all behave a little more human, please.”
#WeSupportToniStorm we’re here for you girl. The internet can be a nasty dark place. I really hope certain things in this world start to turn around. Invasion of privacy is a very scary thing. Let’s all behave a little more human, please.
— Renee Young (@ReneeYoungWWE) January 3, 2019
Saraya-Jade Bevis, who goes by the moniker Paige, also tweeted her support for Storm. Bevis was also a victim of a hack attack in 2017.
#WeSupportToniStorm from someone that has experienced the same thing I strongly support you girl. It’s gonna be hard and people are gonna be mean because they don’t understand. But you’re a strong, talented woman. You’ll get through this. Your future is too bright to be dimmed.
— PAIGE (@RealPaigeWWE) January 3, 2019