Professional wrestling career
Rossall debuted on October 9, 2009 at the age of 14. She debuted as Toni Storm and at times would shorten her ring name to simply Storm. Most of her early career following her debut involved extensive work in the Australian promotions where she also won most of her championships in. Promotions she worked for include Pro Wrestling Alliance Queensland, PROWL Wrestling, Impact Pro Wrestling Australia, Riot City Wrestling, Melbourne City Wrestling and Professional Wrestling Alliance and many more. Expanding her career to tour internationally, Storm spent considerable time in the promotions throughout the United Kingdom including England and Ireland. Between tours in England and Ireland, Storm wrestled for Pro Wrestling Ulster, British Empire Wrestling, House Of Pain: Evolution (HOPE), Premier British Wrestling, Ironfist Wrestling, X Wrestling Alliance, Pro-Wrestling: EVE, Preston City Wrestling and Finland's Fight Club Finland promotion and Westside Xtreme Wrestling in Germany. She also appeared for Global Force Wrestling during its GFW UK Invasion show on October 30, 2015, where she had the privilege of wrestling WWE and TNA alumni Mickie James.
World Wonder Ring Stardom (2016-present)
Storm signed with Japan's World Wonder Ring Stardom promotion in mid-2016. She debuted on May 20 during the first day of the ABC 4eme Gala International De Catch Feminin ~ Stardom Europe tour, where she wrestled a title match for the Women Wrestling Stars's WWS Championship successfully retained by her opponent the defending champion Diosa Atenea. During the course of May 16, Storm competed in a SWA Undisputed World Women's Championship Tournament, losing the final round on May 21 against Io Shirai. On July 24 however, Storm won her rematch at Stardom X Stardom 2016, defeating Shirai to win the SWA Undisputed World Women's title. She wrestled her last Stardom match of 2016 on October 2, teaming with Yoko Bito in defeating Hiroyo Matsumoto & Jungle Kyona in a tag match.
- Finishing and signature moves
- Air Raid Crash
- Suicide Dive
- Top Rope Legdrop
- Teams and stables
- Entrance Music
Championships and accomplishments
- AAW Women's Championship (1 time)
- SWA Undisputed World Women's Championship (1 time) (current)
- British Empire Woman's Championship (1 time) (current)
- Progress Women's Championship (1 time)
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