Toni Rossall is a New Zealand-Australian professional wrestler signed with WWE. She is best known for her work with Stardom and NXT UK. She goes by the name Toni Storm and is currently assigned to SmackDown.
At thirteen, Rossall trained at Impact Pro Wrestling's Australian affiliate. She explored wrestling and wrestling in different states and countries to become a better wrestler. In 2015, she made her Progress Wrestling debut. In 2017, she won the Progress Women's Championship and defended it for a year. She lost the title to Jinny at Chapter 69.
In 2016, she began working for Stardom and won the SWA World Championship in July. In 2017, she won two tournaments in Stardom. In September, she won the new World of Stardom Champion due to Mayu Iwatani's injury during the match. In 2018, Rossall lost the title to Kagetsu.
Mae Young Classic (2017-2018)
In 2017, Rossall entered the Mae Young Classic. After defeating Ayesha Raymond, Lacey Evans, and Piper Niven, she lost to Kairi Sane in the semi-finals. In 2018, she signed a deal with WWE and won the Mae Young Classic 2018.
NXT UK & NXT (2018-2021)
In August, she lost to Rhea Ripley to become the inaugural NXT UK Women's Champion. At TakeOver Blackpool, she defeated Ripley to become the second NXT UK Women's Champion. In 2019, she joined Team NXT for Survivor Series and the team was victorious. Her title reign ended after 231 days to Kay Lee Ray at NXT TakeOver Cardiff. At TakeOver Blackpool II, she was unsuccessful to reclaim the championship from Kay Lee Ray.
After losing an "I Quit" match to Kay Lee Ray, Rossall was moved from NXT UK to NXT. After eight months of hiatus, Rossall returned at NXT TakeOver 31. In November, she turned heel when she attacked Ember Moon. At WarGames, she joined Team Candice to defeat Team Shotzi. At TakeOver Vengeance Day, she lost to Io Shirai. She made her last appearance with NXT at TakeOver Stand and Deliver.
In July, Rossall debuted on SmackDown and defeated Zelina Vega. After a few victories, she entered the Queen's Crown tournament but lost to Zelina Vega. In December, she faced Charlotte Flair for the SmackDown Women's Championship and lost. A week later, she left the company.
In March, she made her AEW debut against The Bunny and qualified for the Owen Hart Foundation Tournament.