Storm is a guest on the Steve Austin Show to discuss WCW, TNA and college. Austin releases statement.
TNA’s Cowboy James Storm stopped by 316 Gimmick Street with a 6-pack of Coors Light and a whole mess of squared-circle stories. He’s namin’ names too – favorite promo guy, favorite of all time, and who gave him his gimmick. Plus, hear about his call to WCW, why he’s partially blind in one eye, and which college offered him a scholarship to play basketball!
The Bromans win the TNA Tag Team championships from Storm and Gunner at Bound for Glory. The Bromans win via pinfall on Storm.
The Bromans defeat Storm and Gunner to obtain the TNA World Tag Team Championships. The Bromans pick up the pinfall victory on Storm at eleven minutes and fifty seconds.
Daniels defeats Storm in singles competition at Genesis to earn a shot at the TNA World Heavyweight Championship. Daniels picks up the pinfall victory over Storm at thirteen minutes and twenty-five seconds.
Roode defeats Storm in singles competition, inside of a steel cage, at Lockdown. Roode picks up the victory when Storm delivers a superkick knocking him out of the open cage door. Roode retains the TNA World Heavyweight Championship via technicality by hitting the ground outside of the ring first.
Storm defeats Ray in singles competition at TNA Victory Road on pay-per-view to become the number one contender for the TNA World Heavyweight Championship. Ray attacks Storm before the match. Storm picks up the clean pinfall victory after delivering a superkick at one minute and ten seconds.
Roode defeats Storm, Ray and Hardy in four-way competition (with Sting acting as special guest referee) to retain the TNA World Heavyweight Championship. Roode picks up the pinfall victory over Hardy after Sting accidentally strikes him with the championship belt.
Storm (James Cox) is born in Franklin, Tennessee. He develops an early interest in football and professional wrestling.
I grew up watching wrestling when I was little with my mom and brother. I actually grew up watching USWA wrestling when it was owned by Jerry Jarrett.