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Stigma (stylized as STIGMA) is an American professional wrestler, best known for his work in the Chikara professional wrestling promotion, where he is a former Young Lions Cup Champion and King of Trios winner. He was previously known as Shane Storm and has also wrestled for other independent promotions such as Combat Zone Wrestling, Full Impact Pro and Independent Wrestling Association Mid-South.

Stigma
Stigma in November 2008
BornWilkes Barre, Pennsylvania
Professional wrestling career
Ring name(s)Shane Harttt
Shane Storm
Stigma
Billed height5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)
Billed weight216 lb (98 kg)
Trained byMike Quackenbush
Chris Hero
Jorge "Skayde" Rivera
DebutDecember 10, 2003

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Stigma received his initial training from Chikara founder Mike Quackenbush at the Chikara Wrestle Factory, where he was trained on the fourth term of the school. He was later also trained by Chris Hero and Jorge "Skayde" Rivera, who joined the school in the following terms.

Chikara

[email protected] (2004–2005)

On March 20, 2004, he made his Chikara debut as a tecnico (good guy) named Shane Storm, wearing a clown mask with either a red, yellow or blue mullet and the gimmick of a traffic regulator, teaming with Private Eye in a tag team match, where they defeated Darkness Crabtree and Phantasmo. At the following show on April 9 Storm scored a major upset by defeating Young Lions Cup Champion Hallowicked in a non-title match to earn his spot in the second Young Lions Cup tournament. Storm entered the tournament on July 10 by defeating Ash, but was eliminated the following day in the quarterfinals, when Larry Sweeney pinned him and grabbed a hold of his tights for leverage. After the tournament Storm formed the tag team [email protected] with Mister Zero and together the two took part in Chikara's feud with Sweeney's stable Sweet 'n' Sour International. The feud culminated on October 30 in the first ever torneo cibernetico match, where Chikara defeated Sweeney's stable.

On February 19, 2005, [email protected] entered the 2005 Tag World Grand Prix, defeating Sweeney and Share Cropper in their first round match. However, later that same day Storm and Zero were eliminated from the tournament by Necro Butcher and Mad Man Pondo. On March 18 [email protected] fought Team F.I.S.T. (Gran Akuma and Icarus) to a fifteen-minute time limit draw, which led to a rematch on April 15, which ended in a 22-minute time limit draw. On May 20 at Aniversario Blue [email protected] faced Team F.I.S.T. for the third time and this time Storm managed to score the pinfall on Icarus in less than five minutes. After the match Icarus and Akuma stormed out of the ring, refusing to shake hands with Storm and Zero, only to return during the intermission and turn rudo (villain) by attacking them. Icarus' attack on Zero left him sidelined for months and forced Storm to become a singles competitor.

Young Lions Cup (2005)

On June 17, 2005, Storm defeated Gran Akuma to qualify for the third Young Lions Cup tournament. On July 23 Storm defeated Vries Kastelein in the first round of the tournament and later that day Claudio Castagnoli, Crossbones, Kudo, Niles Young and Equinox to advance to the finals the following day, where was able to avenge his fallen partner by defeating Icarus and becoming the fourth Young Lions Cup Champion. After the tournament Storm aligned himself with Mike Quackenbush and Jigsaw in their battle with The Kings of Wrestling (Chris Hero, Claudio Castagnoli, Icarus and Gran Akuma). On September 16 Storm successfully defended his title against Icarus in a rematch. On October 22 Storm entered the second ever torneo cibernetico, where, after lasting 104 minutes, he was the last man eliminated by the winner of the match, Gran Akuma. Mister Zero made his return in the match, but was eliminated by Icarus. After the match Storm challenged Akuma to a Mask vs. Mask match, which Chris Hero accepted on his protégé's behalf. On November 13 Storm defeated Akuma, who was then as a result, forced to unmask.

ShaneSaw and King of Trios (2006–2007)

(From left to right) Mike Quackenbush, Shane Storm and Jigsaw

On February 25, 2006, [email protected] reunited for the 2006 Tag World Grand Prix. After defeating 2.0 (Jagged and Shane Matthews) in the first round of the tournament, [email protected] once again faced off with Team F.I.S.T. in the second round. During the match Icarus once again injured Mister Zero, after which Akuma pinned Storm with the Yoshi Tonic. With Mister Zero being forced into retirement, Storm went on to form the tag team ShaneSaw with Jigsaw and spent the rest of the year feuding with the Kings of Wrestling. After two successful defenses, Storm was forced to vacate the Young Lions Cup on June 25, 2006, for the fourth Young Lions Cup tournament. On February 17, 2007, Storm, Jigsaw and Mike Quackenbush entered the first ever King of Trios tournament, defeating Team IWS (Jagged, Maxime Boyer and Shane Matthews) in the first and Team TNA (Alex Shelley, Chris Sabin and Sonjay Dutt) in the second round of the tournament. The following day Storm, Jigsaw and Quackenbush defeated Team Mucha Lucha (Lince Dorado, El Pantera and Sicodelico Jr.) first in the semifinals and then Team Kaientai Dojo (Kudo, MIYAWAKI and Yoshiaki Yago) in the finals to become the first ever Kings of Trios. After picking up the three points (three straight victories) needed in order to challenge for the Campeonatos de Parejas, Storm and Jigsaw challenged the champions, Icarus and Gran Akuma, on March 23, but were defeated. Storm and Jigsaw then went on a losing streak, which led to the two deciding to split up.

Tecnico traitor (2007–2008)

On May 26, 2007, Mike Quackenbush defeated Chris Hero in a match years in the making, with a new submission maneuver, named the Chikara Special. After the match Quackenbush announced that he would teach the move to every tecnico on the Chikara roster, because he knew Hero would never be able to break the hold. On November 17 Storm's long losing streak came to an end, when UltraMantis Black inexplicably helped him defeat his own protégé, Hydra, in a single match. That same night Hero managed to break the Chikara Special in his Hair vs. Mask match against Equinox and then use the move himself to win the match. In early 2008 Storm and Quackenbush began teaming together and quickly picked up three points. However, immediately after picking up their third point in a match against the Super Smash Bros. (Player Uno and Stupefied) on June 14, UltraMantis Black's stable mate Tim Donst came to ringside and whispered something into Quackenbush's ear, after which he assaulted Storm. The following day Quackenbush revealed that he had sent Donst into UltraMantis' the Order of the Neo–Solar Temple to find out which one of the tecnicos had leaked the Chikara Special to Chris Hero. Undercover, Donst had learned that Storm had leaked the move and in exchange UltraMantis helped him end his losing streak. Even though, Storm and Quackenbush had earned the right to challenge for the Campeonatos de Parejas, Quackenbush declared their team dead and vowed to get revenge on Storm.

Storm's and Quackenbush's first match against each other on July 13 originally ended in Quackenbush's submission victory, but in the end the decision was reversed, when he refused to release the Chikara Special on Storm. When everyone else turned on Storm, brand new Young Lions Cup Champion Vin Gerard, who had wrestled as Equinox prior to his unmasking at the hands of Hero and who had also been thrown out of the Chikara locker room, when it was revealed upon his unmasking that he was no luchador, came to Storm and suggested an alliance between the two outcasts. On August 9 Storm defeated Quackenbush in a rematch, after Gerard interfered in the match and hit Quackenbush with a low blow and the Young Lions Cup. The following night Storm finalized his rudo turn by helping Gerard retain the Young Lions Cup in a match against Drake Younger. After the event Storm renamed himself Stigma and adopted a new darker mask and attire, a more physical wrestling style and a new finisher, tombstone piledriver.

The UnStable (2008–2011)

(From left to right) Colin Delaney, Stigma and Vin Gerard; The UnStable

On September 7 Colin Delaney, who had recently returned from his stint with World Wrestling Entertainment, turned on his partner Jimmy Olsen and joined Stigma and Gerard to form the UnStable. In the 2008 Tag World Grand Prix Stigma and Gerard made it to the semifinals, before losing to The Colony (Fire Ant and Soldier Ant). The fifth annual torneo cibernetico was built around the UnStable's feud with Chikara's tecnicos, with Team Gerard facing Team Equinox, with Equinox now being portrayed by Jimmy Olsen. Stigma managed to eliminate Hydra, Worker Ant and Quackenbush from the match, before being pinned by Fire Ant. The year ended on December 14 in a tag team match, where Stigma and Delaney faced Quackenbush and Tim Donst. After Donst was forced off the match with an injury at the hands of the UnStable, Jigsaw, who had left Chikara in November 2007 and returned without his mask in September 2008, came to the ring with his mask on and pinned Stigma with the Jig 'n' Tonic to win the match.

On March 27, 2009, the UnStable entered the 2009 King of Trios tournament, defeating the Cold Front 2.0 (Al Snow, D'Lo Brown and Glacier) in the first round. The following day the UnStable defeated Da Soul Touchaz (Marshe Rockett, Trauma and Willie Richardson) to advance to the following day's semifinals, where they were defeated by Team Uppercut (Bryan Danielson, Claudio Castagnoli and Dave Taylor). In the latter half of 2009 the UnStable started a long losing streak, which included a first round loss in the 2010 King of Trios, during which Stigma and Gerard began showing signs of a tecnico turn by making sure that Amasis was fine after their match against him and Ophidian on March 20, 2010. Gerard faced Amasis again, this time in a singles match, on May 23 and managed to score his first victory in six months only to learn later that Colin Delaney had interfered in the match. In a blog entry on Chikara's official website Gerard attacked Delaney, calling him selfish and warned him not to interfere in his and Stigma's deciding match against The Osirian Portal on June 27. On June 27 at Faded Scars and Lines Delaney interfered in the match and helped Stigma and Gerard defeat the Osirian Portal. After teasing dissension, all three members of the UnStable united and attacked Amasis and Ophidian. On July 26 at Chikarasaurus Rex: King of Show, the Osirian Portal teamed with the returning Drake Younger, who hadn't forgotten what Gerard and Stigma did to him in August 2008, and together the three of them gained a measure of revenge on the UnStable by defeating them in a six-man tag team match. Even though the UnStable had seemingly reunited, tension rose again during the Young Lions Cup VIII weekend, when Delaney eliminated Stigma from a 30 Man Countdown Showdown match. On September 10 UltraMantis Black announced that he had recruited Stigma to be a part of his team of Chikara originals for the seventh annual torneo cibernetico match on October 23, where they would face the rudo stable Bruderschaft des Kreuzes. On September 19, 2010, at Through Savage Progress Cuts the Jungle Line the UnStable faced the Future is Now (Equinox, Helios and Jigsaw) in a six-man tag team match. During the match Delaney turned on the UnStable and re–formed his tag team with Olsen, after which Gerard got his team disqualified by low blowing the former Olsen Twins. On October 23, Stigma represented Chikara in the torneo cibernetico match and entered the match wearing his old Shane Storm mask. He was eliminated from the match by BDK's Tim Donst. The following day, in the first match between the UnStable and the Olsen Twins, Vin Gerard picked up the victory for his team by forcing Delaney Olsen to submit. The following week Stigma and Gerard made their first tour of Japan with Osaka Pro Wrestling. The UnStable had a rematch with the Olsen Twins on November 21, this time with the Olsens coming out victorious. In February 2011, the UnStable began feuding with 3.0 (Scott "Jagged" Parker and Shane Matthews). The feud ended on May 21, when 3.0 defeated the UnStable in a tag team match, where the losing team had to split up. Following this match, Stigma was not seen in Chikara for nearly a year, with his profile being quietly removed from the promotion's official website.

Sporadic appearances (2012–present)

On May 19, 2012, Shane Storm returned to Chikara during the promotion's tenth anniversary weekend, teaming with fellow Chikara alumni Crossbones, Jolly Roger, Lance Steel and Rorschach in a ten-man tag team match, where they were defeated by Jakob Hammermeier, Kobald, Kodama, Obariyon and Tim Donst. Working again as Stigma, he also wrestled at Wrestling is Fun!'s–Chikara's sister promotion–"free-per-view" on October 27, losing to UltraMantis Black. On February 8, 2015, Storm returned to take part in the third annual National Pro Wrestling Day, teaming with Amasis, Argus, Dasher Hatfield, Fire Ant, Jervis Cottonbelly, Marion Fontaine, Mark Angelosetti, Ophidian and Worker Ant in a twenty-man main event tag team match, where they defeated Blaster McMassive, El Hijo del Ice Cream, Ice Cream Jr., Juan Francisco de Coronado, Max Smashmaster, Mr. Azerbaijan, Oleg the Usurper, Prakash Sabar, Proletariat Boar of Moldova and Shayne Hawke. On May 7, 2016, Storm took part in Chikara's Infinite Gauntlet match, from which he was the first wrestler eliminated by Lucas Calhoun, Missile Assault Man and Wani.

Luchas de Apuestas record

Winner (wager) Loser (wager) Location Event Date Notes
Shane Storm (mask) Gran Akuma (mask) Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Running in the Red November 13, 2005
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Stigma wrestler Article Talk Language Watch Edit This article is about the American professional wrestler For the Mexican professional wrestler see Stigma luchador Stigma stylized as STIGMA 1 4 5 is an American professional wrestler best known for his work in the Chikara professional wrestling promotion where he is a former Young Lions Cup Champion and King of Trios winner He was previously known as Shane Storm and has also wrestled for other independent promotions such as Combat Zone Wrestling Full Impact Pro and Independent Wrestling Association Mid South 6 7 8 StigmaStigma in November 2008BornWilkes Barre Pennsylvania 1 Professional wrestling careerRing name s Shane Harttt 2 Shane Storm StigmaBilled height5 ft 10 in 1 78 m 3 Billed weight216 lb 98 kg 3 Trained byMike Quackenbush 1 4 Chris Hero 4 Jorge Skayde Rivera 1 DebutDecember 10 2003 1 Contents 1 Professional wrestling career 1 1 Chikara 1 1 1 Men Work 2004 2005 1 1 2 Young Lions Cup 2005 1 1 3 ShaneSaw and King of Trios 2006 2007 1 1 4 Tecnico traitor 2007 2008 1 1 5 The UnStable 2008 2011 1 1 6 Sporadic appearances 2012 present 2 Championships and accomplishments 2 1 Luchas de Apuestas record 3 References 4 External linksProfessional wrestling career EditStigma received his initial training from Chikara founder Mike Quackenbush at the Chikara Wrestle Factory where he was trained on the fourth term of the school 9 He was later also trained by Chris Hero and Jorge Skayde Rivera who joined the school in the following terms 1 4 Chikara Edit Men Work 2004 2005 Edit On March 20 2004 he made his Chikara debut as a tecnico good guy named Shane Storm wearing a clown mask with either a red yellow or blue mullet and the gimmick of a traffic regulator teaming with Private Eye in a tag team match where they defeated Darkness Crabtree and Phantasmo 10 At the following show on April 9 Storm scored a major upset by defeating Young Lions Cup Champion Hallowicked in a non title match to earn his spot in the second Young Lions Cup tournament 4 11 Storm entered the tournament on July 10 by defeating Ash but was eliminated the following day in the quarterfinals when Larry Sweeney pinned him and grabbed a hold of his tights for leverage 12 13 After the tournament Storm formed the tag team Men Work with Mister Zero and together the two took part in Chikara s feud with Sweeney s stable Sweet n Sour International 4 The feud culminated on October 30 in the first ever torneo cibernetico match where Chikara defeated Sweeney s stable 4 14 On February 19 2005 Men Work entered the 2005 Tag World Grand Prix defeating Sweeney and Share Cropper in their first round match 15 However later that same day Storm and Zero were eliminated from the tournament by Necro Butcher and Mad Man Pondo 15 On March 18 Men Work fought Team F I S T Gran Akuma and Icarus to a fifteen minute time limit draw which led to a rematch on April 15 which ended in a 22 minute time limit draw 16 17 On May 20 at Aniversario Blue Men Work faced Team F I S T for the third time and this time Storm managed to score the pinfall on Icarus in less than five minutes 18 After the match Icarus and Akuma stormed out of the ring refusing to shake hands with Storm and Zero only to return during the intermission and turn rudo villain by attacking them 18 Icarus attack on Zero left him sidelined for months and forced Storm to become a singles competitor 4 Young Lions Cup 2005 Edit On June 17 2005 Storm defeated Gran Akuma to qualify for the third Young Lions Cup tournament 19 On July 23 Storm defeated Vries Kastelein in the first round of the tournament and later that day Claudio Castagnoli Crossbones Kudo Niles Young and Equinox to advance to the finals the following day where was able to avenge his fallen partner by defeating Icarus and becoming the fourth Young Lions Cup Champion 20 21 After the tournament Storm aligned himself with Mike Quackenbush and Jigsaw in their battle with The Kings of Wrestling Chris Hero Claudio Castagnoli Icarus and Gran Akuma 4 On September 16 Storm successfully defended his title against Icarus in a rematch 22 On October 22 Storm entered the second ever torneo cibernetico where after lasting 104 minutes he was the last man eliminated by the winner of the match Gran Akuma 23 Mister Zero made his return in the match but was eliminated by Icarus 23 After the match Storm challenged Akuma to a Mask vs Mask match which Chris Hero accepted on his protege s behalf 23 On November 13 Storm defeated Akuma who was then as a result forced to unmask 24 ShaneSaw and King of Trios 2006 2007 Edit From left to right Mike Quackenbush Shane Storm and Jigsaw On February 25 2006 Men Work reunited for the 2006 Tag World Grand Prix After defeating 2 0 Jagged and Shane Matthews in the first round of the tournament Men Work once again faced off with Team F I S T in the second round 25 During the match Icarus once again injured Mister Zero after which Akuma pinned Storm with the Yoshi Tonic 25 With Mister Zero being forced into retirement Storm went on to form the tag team ShaneSaw with Jigsaw and spent the rest of the year feuding with the Kings of Wrestling 4 25 After two successful defenses Storm was forced to vacate the Young Lions Cup on June 25 2006 for the fourth Young Lions Cup tournament 22 On February 17 2007 Storm Jigsaw and Mike Quackenbush entered the first ever King of Trios tournament defeating Team IWS Jagged Maxime Boyer and Shane Matthews in the first and Team TNA Alex Shelley Chris Sabin and Sonjay Dutt in the second round of the tournament 26 The following day Storm Jigsaw and Quackenbush defeated Team Mucha Lucha Lince Dorado El Pantera and Sicodelico Jr first in the semifinals and then Team Kaientai Dojo Kudo MIYAWAKI and Yoshiaki Yago in the finals to become the first ever Kings of Trios 27 After picking up the three points three straight victories needed in order to challenge for the Campeonatos de Parejas 28 Storm and Jigsaw challenged the champions Icarus and Gran Akuma on March 23 but were defeated 29 Storm and Jigsaw then went on a losing streak which led to the two deciding to split up 4 Tecnico traitor 2007 2008 Edit On May 26 2007 Mike Quackenbush defeated Chris Hero in a match years in the making with a new submission maneuver named the Chikara Special 30 After the match Quackenbush announced that he would teach the move to every tecnico on the Chikara roster because he knew Hero would never be able to break the hold 31 On November 17 Storm s long losing streak came to an end when UltraMantis Black inexplicably helped him defeat his own protege Hydra in a single match 32 That same night Hero managed to break the Chikara Special in his Hair vs Mask match against Equinox and then use the move himself to win the match 32 In early 2008 Storm and Quackenbush began teaming together and quickly picked up three points However immediately after picking up their third point in a match against the Super Smash Bros Player Uno and Stupefied on June 14 UltraMantis Black s stable mate Tim Donst came to ringside and whispered something into Quackenbush s ear after which he assaulted Storm 33 The following day Quackenbush revealed that he had sent Donst into UltraMantis the Order of the Neo Solar Temple to find out which one of the tecnicos had leaked the Chikara Special to Chris Hero 34 Undercover Donst had learned that Storm had leaked the move and in exchange UltraMantis helped him end his losing streak 34 35 Even though Storm and Quackenbush had earned the right to challenge for the Campeonatos de Parejas Quackenbush declared their team dead and vowed to get revenge on Storm Storm s and Quackenbush s first match against each other on July 13 originally ended in Quackenbush s submission victory but in the end the decision was reversed when he refused to release the Chikara Special on Storm 36 When everyone else turned on Storm brand new Young Lions Cup Champion Vin Gerard who had wrestled as Equinox prior to his unmasking at the hands of Hero and who had also been thrown out of the Chikara locker room when it was revealed upon his unmasking that he was no luchador came to Storm and suggested an alliance between the two outcasts 35 On August 9 Storm defeated Quackenbush in a rematch after Gerard interfered in the match and hit Quackenbush with a low blow and the Young Lions Cup 35 The following night Storm finalized his rudo turn by helping Gerard retain the Young Lions Cup in a match against Drake Younger 37 After the event Storm renamed himself Stigma and adopted a new darker mask and attire a more physical wrestling style and a new finisher tombstone piledriver 4 38 39 The UnStable 2008 2011 Edit From left to right Colin Delaney Stigma and Vin Gerard The UnStable On September 7 Colin Delaney who had recently returned from his stint with World Wrestling Entertainment turned on his partner Jimmy Olsen and joined Stigma and Gerard to form the UnStable 23 39 In the 2008 Tag World Grand Prix Stigma and Gerard made it to the semifinals before losing to The Colony Fire Ant and Soldier Ant 40 41 The fifth annual torneo cibernetico was built around the UnStable s feud with Chikara s tecnicos with Team Gerard facing Team Equinox with Equinox now being portrayed by Jimmy Olsen 42 Stigma managed to eliminate Hydra Worker Ant and Quackenbush from the match before being pinned by Fire Ant 42 The year ended on December 14 in a tag team match where Stigma and Delaney faced Quackenbush and Tim Donst 43 After Donst was forced off the match with an injury at the hands of the UnStable Jigsaw who had left Chikara in November 2007 and returned without his mask in September 2008 came to the ring with his mask on and pinned Stigma with the Jig n Tonic to win the match 43 On March 27 2009 the UnStable entered the 2009 King of Trios tournament defeating the Cold Front 2 0 Al Snow D Lo Brown and Glacier in the first round 44 The following day the UnStable defeated Da Soul Touchaz Marshe Rockett Trauma and Willie Richardson to advance to the following day s semifinals where they were defeated by Team Uppercut Bryan Danielson Claudio Castagnoli and Dave Taylor 45 46 In the latter half of 2009 the UnStable started a long losing streak which included a first round loss in the 2010 King of Trios during which Stigma and Gerard began showing signs of a tecnico turn by making sure that Amasis was fine after their match against him and Ophidian on March 20 2010 47 48 Gerard faced Amasis again this time in a singles match on May 23 and managed to score his first victory in six months only to learn later that Colin Delaney had interfered in the match 49 In a blog entry on Chikara s official website Gerard attacked Delaney calling him selfish and warned him not to interfere in his and Stigma s deciding match against The Osirian Portal on June 27 50 On June 27 at Faded Scars and Lines Delaney interfered in the match and helped Stigma and Gerard defeat the Osirian Portal 51 After teasing dissension all three members of the UnStable united and attacked Amasis and Ophidian 52 On July 26 at Chikarasaurus Rex King of Show the Osirian Portal teamed with the returning Drake Younger who hadn t forgotten what Gerard and Stigma did to him in August 2008 and together the three of them gained a measure of revenge on the UnStable by defeating them in a six man tag team match 53 Even though the UnStable had seemingly reunited tension rose again during the Young Lions Cup VIII weekend when Delaney eliminated Stigma from a 30 Man Countdown Showdown match 54 On September 10 UltraMantis Black announced that he had recruited Stigma to be a part of his team of Chikara originals for the seventh annual torneo cibernetico match on October 23 where they would face the rudo stable Bruderschaft des Kreuzes 55 On September 19 2010 at Through Savage Progress Cuts the Jungle Line the UnStable faced the Future is Now Equinox Helios and Jigsaw in a six man tag team match During the match Delaney turned on the UnStable and re formed his tag team with Olsen after which Gerard got his team disqualified by low blowing the former Olsen Twins 56 On October 23 Stigma represented Chikara in the torneo cibernetico match and entered the match wearing his old Shane Storm mask He was eliminated from the match by BDK s Tim Donst 57 The following day in the first match between the UnStable and the Olsen Twins Vin Gerard picked up the victory for his team by forcing Delaney Olsen to submit 58 The following week Stigma and Gerard made their first tour of Japan with Osaka Pro Wrestling 59 60 61 The UnStable had a rematch with the Olsen Twins on November 21 this time with the Olsens coming out victorious 62 In February 2011 the UnStable began feuding with 3 0 Scott Jagged Parker and Shane Matthews 63 The feud ended on May 21 when 3 0 defeated the UnStable in a tag team match where the losing team had to split up 64 Following this match Stigma was not seen in Chikara for nearly a year with his profile being quietly removed from the promotion s official website Sporadic appearances 2012 present Edit On May 19 2012 Shane Storm returned to Chikara during the promotion s tenth anniversary weekend teaming with fellow Chikara alumni Crossbones Jolly Roger Lance Steel and Rorschach in a ten man tag team match where they were defeated by Jakob Hammermeier Kobald Kodama Obariyon and Tim Donst 65 Working again as Stigma he also wrestled at Wrestling is Fun s Chikara s sister promotion free per view on October 27 losing to UltraMantis Black 66 On February 8 2015 Storm returned to take part in the third annual National Pro Wrestling Day teaming with Amasis Argus Dasher Hatfield Fire Ant Jervis Cottonbelly Marion Fontaine Mark Angelosetti Ophidian and Worker Ant in a twenty man main event tag team match where they defeated Blaster McMassive El Hijo del Ice Cream Ice Cream Jr Juan Francisco de Coronado Max Smashmaster Mr Azerbaijan Oleg the Usurper Prakash Sabar Proletariat Boar of Moldova and Shayne Hawke 67 On May 7 2016 Storm took part in Chikara s Infinite Gauntlet match from which he was the first wrestler eliminated by Lucas Calhoun Missile Assault Man and Wani 68 Championships and accomplishments EditChikara Young Lions Cup III 22 King of Trios 2007 with Jigsaw and Mike Quackenbush 4 27 Grand Slam Wrestling GSW Tag Team Championship 1 time current with Bo Nekoda 69 Luchas de Apuestas record Edit See also Luchas de Apuestas Winner wager Loser wager Location Event Date NotesShane Storm mask Gran Akuma mask Philadelphia Pennsylvania Running in the Red November 13 2005 24 References Edit a b c d e f Cagematch profile Cagematch Retrieved 2010 07 03 GSW Takeover Moosic Cagematch Retrieved 2016 09 05 a b Stigma Wrestling is Fun Retrieved 2013 01 31 a b c d e f g h i j k l m Chikara Fans profile Chikara Fans Archived from the original on 2010 01 03 Retrieved 2010 07 03 Chikara rudos Chikara Archived from the original on 2012 02 12 Retrieved 2010 07 03 Magee Bob 2005 12 11 CZW Cage 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