Toni Rossall, better known as Toni Storm, is an Australian-New Zealand professional wrestler who is currently signed to Japanese promotion World Wonder Ring Stardom. She is the queen reigning SWA World Champion. She is also the current Progress Wrestling Women’s Champion.
Flaunting powerful performances and profound in-ring skills, Rossall has embarked on a journey of creating history in the field of wrestling. It is satisfying to see the latest face like her defining boundaries, confronting challenges, and rejuvenating the career for women in the wrestling field.
|Full Name||Toni Rossall|
|Ring Name||Toni Storm|
|Date of Birth||October 19, 1995|
|Birthplace||Auckland, New Zealand|
|Net Worth||Estimated around $1 Million – $5 Million|
|Height||5 ft 6 in (168 cm)|
|Weight||143 lb (65 Kg)|
Early Life and Childhood
Born on 19th October 1995, Toni Storm is from Auckland, New Zealand. After her parents got divorced, her mother raised her all by herself in the Gold Coast, Australia. When she was only ten years old, she discovered WWE on television and grew a passion for professional wrestling.
At the age of 13, Toni Storm moved to Liverpool, the United Kingdom, to her grandmother to pursue her career in wrestling. To talk about her educational background, she went to the Impact Pro Wrestling Australia (IPWA) Training School to intensify her wrestling and in-ring skills.
While living in England, Rossall received professional wrestling training from Dean Allmark. Later on, she started spreading her wrestling wings internationally in countries like Finland, France, Germany, Japan, and Spain.
Age, Height, Weight, and Net Worth
Blonde Hair, Sexy Body, Fair Complexion, and her Witty Charm can make anyone fall in love with Toni. Young and Vibrant Toni is at the prime of her age. She is now 24 years old and has an impressive height of 5 feet and 5 inches. Toni has a perfect body and weighs about 65 kgs. With a dazzling life and career ahead, Storm is estimated to have a net worth of $1 million -$5 million approximately. The way her career is flourishing, it is safe to say that in a couple of years, she will surely be counted among the highest-paid women wrestlers.
With the mix of strong Japanese style, British technical struggle, and the explicit high flying techniques, Storm has taken to championship heights all across the world.
As a performer for the Japanese World Wonder Ring Stardom promotion, she made her presence dominant in the women’s division by winning several titles, including SWA World Championship. Toni Storm is a raising superstar who is the first-ever Progress Women’s Champion who defeated Jinny and Laura Di Matteo in a three-way match.
After capturing everyone’s attention with her in-ring prowess, she got assigned to NXT UK Brand, where she took WWE by storm. The Lightning Down Under has impressed the WWE Universe with her exclusive performance in the inaugural Mae Young Classic tournament, where she advanced to the Semifinals.
Furthermore, adding to her list of accolades, Storm received an emphatic victory over Io Shirai in the finals of the 2018 edition of all-women’s pay-per-view entitled Evolution.
Toni Storm successfully defeated Rhea Ripley to capture the NXT UK Women’s Championship at the first-ever NXT UK TakeOver in Blackpool and rocked WWE Universe to the core.
Toni Storm is currently single and living her life to the fullest. Previously, she was rumored to be dating British wrestler Tyler Bate. According to the reports of some tabloids, they were engaged in 2016, but again the news could not be verified.
In the summer of 2017, the news of Tyler trying to hook up with a transsexual escort was revealed. Their entire text conversation was even leaked on social media. During that time, his relationship with Tony was already under strain. So, when the news came up, it further ruined their situation. And in September 2017, Storm officially ended things with Tyler after finding him flirting with Liv Morgan on the social media.
WWE superstar Toni is one of the brightest young female talents in the professional wrestling business and is in the height of career. However, when her naked photos and a video leaked online due to some nasty hacking, she was forced to delete her Twitter and Instagram accounts. In problematic moments like such, her fans all over the world supported her and rallied around Storm with the hashtags #WeSupportToni.
Championships and Accomplishments
All Action Wrestling
- AAW Women’s Championship (1 time)
British Empire Wrestling
- BEW Women’s Championship (1 time)
Impact Pro Wrestling Australia
- IPW Australian Women’s Championship (1 time)
- Impact Pro Wrestling Australian Cruiserweight Championship (1 time)
- IPW Australian Hardcore Championship (1 time)
Pro Wrestling Alliance Queensland
- PWAQ Women’s Championship (2 times)
- PWAQ Women’s Underground Championship (2 times)
Pro Wrestling Illustrated
- Toni Storm was Ranked No. 13 of the top 100 female wrestlers in the PWI Female 100 in 2019
- Progress Women’s Championship
- Natural Progression Series IV (2017)
- Toni Storm was Ranked in no. 7 in the top 10 Women’s Wrestler of the Year (2018)
Westside Xtreme Wrestling
- wXw Women’s Championship (2 times)
- Femmes Fatales (2017)
World Wonder Ring Stardom
- SWA World Championship (1 time)
- World of Stardom Championship (1 time)
- 5 Star GP (2017)
- Cinderalla Tournament (2017)
- MVP Award (2017)
- Mae Young Classic (2018)
- NXT UK Women’s Championship (1 time)
Social Media Presence
- Instagram: 387K Followers
- Twitter: 126.8K Followers