Lance Storm made a few appearances at Ring of Honor.
Lance Storm was the first WCW wrestler to invade a WWF program, which was the May 28th, 2001 edition of Monday Night Raw.
Lance Storm would retire from in-ring action in April 2004 due to chronic back pains. He would accept an offer to be a WWE trainer at Ohio Valley Wrestling, WWE's developmental territory.
Lance Storm has only been busted open once while wrestling in North America. Where was he busted open? ECW.
When you abbreviate the Saskatchewan Hardcore International Title (WCW Hardcore title), it literally spells the word SHIT... which is what Lance Storm thought of this style of wrestling.
Lance Storm was a part of WrestleMania 17 when he sat in one of the box offices in the Reliant Astrodome with other WCW wrestlers. He teamed with the late Curt Henning and fellow Canadian Test against Rikishi, Scotty 2 Hotty and Albert on Sunday Night Heat before WrestleMania 18 started. He also defended the Tag Team titles alongside Chief Morley against Rob Van Dam and Kane on Sunday Night Heat before WrestleMania 19 started as well.
Despite all of that, Lance Storm has never been a part of WrestleMania officially.
3-time Tag Team champion (1 with Chris Candido, 2 with Justin Credible)
United States Heavyweight champion
4-time Tag Team champion (1 with Christian, 2 with William Regal, 1 with Sean Morley)
After winning the WCW Cruiserweight, United States and Hardcore championships, he renamed them under the following:
U.S Title - Canadian Heavyweight title
Hardcore title - Saskatchewan Hardcore International Title
Cruiserweight Title - Canadian 100 Kilos and Under Championship
Vince McMahon wanted Lance Storm to be a part of the resurrected ECW. Storm turned the offer down, indicating that he did not want to be a part of Vince's third WWE brand.
Rob Van Dam
The Dudley Boyz
Triple Threat (with Chris Candido and Shane Douglas)
Impact Players (with Dawn Marie and Justin Credible)
Team Canada (with Elix Skipper, Carl Oulette, Hacksaw Jim Duggan and Major Gunns)
Un-Americans (with Christian, Test and William Regal)
Lance Storm is one of three Canadian wrestlers that never won a world title in the WWE.
The others would be the late Owen Hart and Christian Cage.
Pro Wrestling Illustrated ranked Lance Storm #322 of the 500 best singles wrestlers in 2003.
Lance Storm was voted as The Most Underrated Wrestler in 2001 by the Wrestling Observer Newsletter.
One of Storm's notable facial features in WCW and WWF was the fact that he never smiled.
Lance Storm's last match was against Chris Jericho at ECW One Night Stand 2005.
Single Leg Boston Crab
Storm: If I could be serious for a minute...