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S.C.U.M. (Suffering, Chaos, Ugliness, and Mayhem) is a professional wrestling heel stable in Ring of Honor's television program Ring of Honor Wrestling, founded by current ROH World Champion Kevin Steen and former ROH World Tag Team Champions Steve Corino & Jimmy Jacobs. The stable also consists of former ECW World Champion Rhyno, Rhett Titus, Matt Hardy, Cliff Compton, and Jimmy Rave.

Career History

The formation of S.C.U.M. began after Jimmy Jacobs turned heel and hit El Generico with his trademark spike, helping Kevin Steen gain a victory at ROH Showdown in the Sun 2012 on March 30, 2012. Jacobs would become known as the "Zombie Princess" after defeating El Generico the next night. On May 12, 2012, Kevin Steen won the ROH World Championship after defeating Davey Richards. After the match, Steve Corino embraced with Steen and Jacobs, thus completing the lineup. S.C.U.M.'s main objective is to "kill Ring of Honor" as a company, leaving the fans to blame themselves.

Steen would go on to defeat Richards, Homicide, Mike Mondo, CHIKARA Grand Champion Eddie Kingston, Rhyno, Michael Elgin, Generico, and Jay Lethal to retain his title. Corino and Jacobs would go on teaming together, winning the then-vacant ROH World Tag Team Championships at Death Before Dishonor X in Chicago Ridge, Illinois on September 15, 2012. Corino and Jacobs would lose the titles to the Briscoes on December 16 at ROH Final Battle 2012 in a three-way match that also included the team of Caprice Coleman and Cedric Alexander. On March 2, 2013, Kevin Steen retained his title against Jay Lethal at ROH 11th Anniversary Show. After the match, Rhyno and Jacobs attacked Lethal and senior referee Todd Sinclair. This would lead to an all out brawl in the ring; revealing Matt Hardy, Rhett Titus, Cliff Compton, and returning Jimmy Rave as the newest members of S.C.U.M.

Wrestling facts

  • Finishing and signature moves
  • Hangman's neckbreaker (Jacobs)/running crossbody (Corino) combination
  • Package Piledriver (Steen)
  • F-Sinq (Steen)
  • ColbyShock (Corino)
  • ContraCode (Jacobs)
  • Theme music

Championships and accomplishments

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