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James Storm

James Storm

James Storm, whose real name is James Allen Cox, has been wrestling since 1997. From 2002 until July 2015, Storm competed for Total Nonstop Action (TNA) Wrestling, where he performed continuously for the organization since its initial broadcast in June of that year. He holds the record for most TNA World Tag Team Championship reigns as an individual at six.

Primarily competing as a tag team wrestler, Storm held 13 tag team championships during his TNA tenure, capturing the NWA World Tag Team Championship a record seven times and the TNA World Tag Team Championship a record six times, largely as a member of America’s Most Wanted, alongside “Wildcat” Chris Harris, and Beer Money, Inc., alongside Bobby Roode. Storm won his first and only world championship on October 18, 2011 when he defeated Kurt Angle to capture the TNA World Heavyweight Championship.

James Storm Leaves TNA


July 31, 2015 – The mass exodus from TNA continues as James Storm announced Friday that he has parted ways with the company.

Storm added that he’s not retiring from wrestling.

Brian Fritz of the Sporting News previously reported that Storm requested to be released from his contract on June 25 in Orlando, Florida while taping upcoming episodes of Impact Wrestling and had it granted.

Storm had been with TNA since its inception in June 2002. He, along with Abyss, were the company’s only remaining original members.

Primarily a tag team wrestler, Storm has held 13 tag team championships during his time with TNA, winning the NWA World Tag Team Championship a record seven times and the TNA World Tag Team Championship a record six times. On October 18, 2011, Storm won his first and only world title when he defeated Kurt Angle to capture the TNA World Heavyweight Championship.