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Steve Corino



Real name: Steven Eugene Corino
Height: 6’3″
Weight: 219 lbs.
Date of birth: May 29, 1973
Born: Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Hometown: Sea Isle City, NJ
Pro debut: April 6, 1995
Trained by: Tom Brandi
Finishing move: Hip Toss Powerbomb

Biography

– In his debut match, Corino (as Steve Christy) teamed with Bad Boy Owie O in a loss to The Mest Brothers (Mark & Troy)
– On June 1, 1995, Corino (now competing under his real name) was awarded the PCW Junior Heavyweight Title
– On July 20, 1995, Corino defeated The Midnight Rocker to retain the PCW Junior Heavyweight Title
– On June 30, 1996, Corino defeated Earl The Pearl to win the MEWF Light Heavyweight Title
– On September 23, 1996, Corino (as Tom Cosati) wrestled a WWF dark match, losing to Salvatore Sincere. He would continue to make jobber and dark match appearances through 1997 and 1998
– On October 10, 1998, Corino defeated Kevin Knight to retain the NWA 2000 Heavyweight Title
– At the NWA 50th Anniversary Show, Corino, Doug Gilbert, Lance Diamond & Rik Ratchett defeated The Pitbulls (1 & 2), Stevie Richards & Dead Man Walking to win the NWA National Heavyweight Title for Gilbert
– On December 6, 1998, Corino fought Lance Diamond to a no-contest with Kevin Knight as special guest referee to retain the IWF American Title
– In mid-December 1998, Corino joined ECW as a manager, working the ‘King of Old School’ gimmick
– On February 26, 1999, Corino defeated Nova by DQ to retain the IWF American Title
– On July 5, 1999, Corino defeated Kevin Knight to retain the IWF American Title
– In August 1999, Corino began teaming with Rhino in ECW
– On October 23, 1999, Corino defeated Kevin Knight in a Bullrope Match to regain the IWF American Title
– At Anarchy Rulz ’00, Corino defeated CW Anderson
– At November to Remember ’00, Corino defeated Jerry Lynn, Justin Credible & The Sandman in a Double Jeopardy Match to win the ECW World Title
– Before the month was out, Corino defended the ECW World Title against Lynn, The Sandman & CW Anderson
– At Massacre on 34th Street, Corino defeated Jerry Lynn & Justin Credible in a 3-Way Dance to retain the ECW World Title
– Through December 2000, Corino defended the ECW World Title against The Sandman, Glamour Boy Shane & Justin Credible
– At Guilty as Charged ’01, Corino lost the ECW World Title to The Sandman and would leave the promotion thereafter, having not been paid for some time previously. Corino soon signed with WCW, but would not make a televised appearance before the promotion folded. His contract was not picked up by WWF
– On February 16, 2001, Corino defeated JD Powers to win the IWA Heavyweight Title
– On April 13, 2001, Corino defeated Redd Dogg to win the NWA North American Heavyweight Title
– On April 24, 2001, Corino defeated Mike Rapada to win the NWA World Title
– On June 20, 2001, Corino defeated Minoru Fujita to retain the NWA World Title
– On July 9, 2001, Corino & Mike Rapada defeated Keiji Sakota & Samoa Joe to win the NWA Intercontinental Tag Team Titles, but would lose them 3 days later to Shinjiro Otani & Yuki Ishikawa
– In July 2001, Corino defended the NWA World Title against Sabu, Dr Luther & Juggernaut
– On August 9, 2001, Corino defeated David Flair to retain the NWA World Title
– A week later, Corino defeated Ty Street by DQ to retain the NWA World Title
– On September 30, 2001, Corino defeated Spyder to retain the NWA World Title
– At the NWA 53rd Anniversary Show, Corino fought Shinya Hashimoto to a no-contest to retain the NWA World Title
– In October 2001, Corino announced plans to retire from the ring, but would reverse this decision upon joining Ring of Honor the following year
– On February 24, 2002, Corino defeated Dylan Night to win the PWF Universal Title
– On May 25, 2002, Corino entered the NWA Florida Heavyweight Title Tournament, defeating Dave Johnson, David Young & Danny Doring on his way to victory and the title. However, Doring was awarded a rematch straight away and beat Corino to win the title
– Corino competed in the Gauntlet For The Gold Match at the first NWA:TNA event
– On October 5, 2002, Corino made his ROH debut, teaming with Homicide in a loss to The Backseat Boyz (Trent Acid & Johnny Kashmere)
– On October 13, 2002, Corino & CW Anderson defeated The SAT (Jose & Joel Maximo) to win the PWF Universal Tag Team Titles
– On June 6, 2003, Corino defeated MASA TANAKA to become the first Zero-1 United States Champion
– On February 9, 2003, Corino defeated Mikey Whipwreck to win the PWF Universal Title, but lost it that same night to Justin Credible
– 3 days later, Corino returned to TNA, defeating Low-Ki by DQ. He would make semi-regular appearances through the rest of the year
– On March 16, 2003, Corino defeated Justin Credible to win the PWF Universal Title
– On March 28, 2003, Corino defeated Joey Matthews to retain the PWF Universal Title
– On May 1, 2003, Corino defeated Tengu Kaiser to retain the Zero-1 United States Title
– The next day, Corino & CW Anderson defeated Hirotaka Yokoi & Kohei Sato to win the NWA Intercontinental Tag Team Titles
– On May 11, 2003, Corino defeated Chris Hamrick to retain the PWF Universal Title
– On June 20, 2003, Corino defeated Mike Awesome to win the MLW World Title
– One week later, Corino & Anderson defeated Kintaro Kanemura & Tetsuhiro Koroda to retain the NWA Intercontinental Tag Team Titles
– On July 6, 2003, Corino & Anderson defeated Hirotaka Yokoi & Kohei Sato to retain the NWA Intercontinental Tag Team Titles
– On July 26, 2003, Corino defeated Mike Awesome to retain the MLW World Title
– On August 10, 2003, Corino & Anderson defeated MASA TANAKA & Mr Otani to retain the NWA Intercontinental Tag Team Titles
– At ROH Glory By Honor II, Corino defeated Raven
– On September 27, 2003, Corino defeated Shane Douglas to retain the MLW World Title
– On January 10, 2004, Corino defeated Terry Funk in a No-Rope Barbed Wire I Quit Match to retain the MLW World Title
– On April 9, 2004, Corino & Anderson defeated Guillotine LeGrande & Masato Tanaka to become the first World-1 Tag Team Champions
– On May 29, 2004, Corino & Anderson defeated Masato Tanaka & Yoshihito Sasaki to retain the World-1 Tag Team Titles
– On November 11, 2004, Corino defeated Kohei Sato to win the Zero-1 United States Title
– At Final Battle ’04, Corino & CM Punk defeated Generation Next (Alex Shelley & Roderick Strong)
– On January 29, 2005, Corino defeated Minoru Fujita & Simon Diamond in a 3-Way Dance to retain the Zero-1 United States Title
– At ROH’s 3rd Anniversary Show, Corino defeated Roderick Strong
– On March 23, 2005, Corino & Anderson defeated Ikuto Hidaka & Minoru Fujita to win the PWF Tag Team Titles
– On June 11, 2005, Corino defeated Takao Omori to win the AWA World Title
– On July 30, 2005, Corino defeated Chris Hamrick to retain the AWA World Title
– On August 4, 2005, Corino defeated Robby Royce to retain the AWA World Title
– Two days later, Corino fought Mana to a no-contest in an E-Style Rules Match to retain the AWA World Title
– On September 24, 2005, Corino defeated Balls Mahoney to retain the AWA World Title and win the UXW Heavyweight Title, though he would lose the UXW belt to Homicide later that same day
– On October 1, 2005, Corino defeated Al Snow to retain the AWA World Title
– On November 5, 2005, Corino defeated Michael Kovac to win the GSW Four Nations Cup and the GSW World Title
– On November 13, 2005, Corino defeated Darren Burridge in a British Rules Match with Brian Maxine as special guest referee to retain the AWA World Title
– On November 17, 2005, Corino defeated Dr Feelgood to retain the AWA World Title
– On December 20, 2005, Corino defeated Pete Christie to retain the AWA World Title
– On February 25, 2006, Corino & Y2P-160kg defeated Ikuto Hidaka & Minoru Fujita to win the NWA Intercontinental Tag Team Titles
– On March 21, 2006, Corino & Y2P-160kg defeated Hirotaka Yokoi & Kohei Sato to retain the NWA Intercontinental Tag Team Titles
– On May 27, 2006, Corino defeated Abyss & Christian Cage in Doncaster, England to win the 1PW World Title
– On June 14, 2006, The Old School Blondes (Corino & Ricky Landell) defeated Team Macktion (Kirby & TJ Mack) to win the AWA Tag Team Titles
– On July 1, 2006, Corino fought Doug Williams to a time-limit draw in a Best of 3 Falls Match to retain the 1PW World Title
– On July 21, 2006, Corino defeated Reggie Marley to win the PWA Pure Wrestling Title
– On July 29, 2006, Corino defeated Abyss, AJ Styles & Doug Williams in a Double Jeopardy Match to retain the 1PW World Title
– On September 17, 2006, The Old School Blondes fought GQ Gallo & Tim Anderson to a no-contest to retain the AWA Tag Team Titles
– On October 14, 2006, Corino defeated Jay Phoenix to retain the 1PW World Title
– In 2007, Corino announced that he would be retiring from wrestling at the end of the year, however, by January, hbe was back in action for Zero-1
– On January 7, 2007, Corino defeated Ric Converse to win the AWA World Title
– On February 24, 2007, The Old School Blondes defeated The Christopher Street Connection (Buff-E & Mace) and The Heartbreak Express (Phil & Sean Davis) in a 3-Way Dance to retain the AWA Tag Team Titles
– On May 20, 2007, Corino defeated Raymond Rowe to win the AIW Absolute Title
– On September 30, 2007, Corino defeated The Duke to retain the AIW Absolute Title
– On November 3, 2007, Corino entered the UNION Heavyweight Title Tournament, defeating Pepper Parks, Eddie Osbourne & John McChesney on his way to victory and the title
– On November 24, 2007, Corino defeated Absolute Andy to win the GSW Heavyweight Title
– In December 2007, Corino wrestled two WWE dark matches, losing to DH Smith and Kofi Kingston
– On December 14, 2007, Corino defeated Erico to win the vacant PPW Heavyweight Title
– On January 4, 2008, Corino (as Mr Wrestling 3) was awarded the Zero-1 United States Openweight Title, but would not defend it before losing to Sterling James Keenan in March
– On April 5, 2008, Corino defeated FTW Heavyweight Champion Jesse Emerson by DQ
– On April 11, 2008, Corino defeated Charlie Dreamer to win the CWA Heavyweight Title, but lost it back to Dreamer the next day
– On June 2, 2008, Corino & Kid America defeated King Kaluha & Ricky Landell to win the vacant Premier Tag Team Titles
– On June 13, 2008, Corino & Kid America defeated The Inner Circle (Tommy Thunda & Vinnie Vertigo) to retain the Premier Tag Team Titles
– On November 28, 2008, Corino & Charles Evans defeated Minoru Fujita & Takuya Sugawara to win the NWA Intercontinental Tag Team Titles
– On February 7, 2009, Corino defeated Ray Gonzalez in Naguabo, Puerto Rico to win the WWC Universal Title
– On February 26, 2009, Corino defeated KAMIKAZE to retain the Zero-1 United States Openweight Title
– On March 7, 2009, Corino defeated Sabu to retain the WWC Universal Title
– In April 2009, Corino defended the WWC Universal Title against BJ (twice) and Ray Gonzalez
– On June 14, 2009, Corino defeated Glamour Boy Shane to retain the WWC Universal Title
– On July 19, 2009, Corino defeated WXW Ultimate Champion Eric Cobian by DQ
– On August 16, 2009, Corino defeated Greg Spitz, The Beast & Tommy Thunda in a 4-Way Match to win the vacant World-1 Heavyweight Title
– On August 21, 2009, Corino defeated Dinn T Moore to win the NWA Heartland Heavyweight Title
– On September 18, 2009, Corino defeated Moore to retain the NWA Heartland Heavyweight Title
– On September 26, 2009, Corino defeated Roxie Cotton to retain the World-1 Heavyweight Title
– In late 2009, Corino rejoined ROH and formed an alliance with Kevin Steen
– On November 6, 2009, Corino made his return to an ROH ring, defeating Andy Ridge
– On November 22, 2009, Corino defeated Ace Darling to retain the World-1 Heavyweight Title
– On January 31, 2010, Corino defeated Glen Osbourne & Tony Stetson in a Triple Threat Match to win the TWA Heavyweight Title
– On February 24, 2010, Steve & Colby Corino defeated Ricky Reyes & Ryan Sawyer to win the World-1 Tag Team Titles
– On May 22, 2010, Steve & Colby Corino defeated The Funky Fresh Boyz (K-Fresh & K-Funk) to retain the World-1 Tag Team Titles
– On September 12, 2010, Steve & Colby Corino defeated Chris Rockwell & Sam Shields to retain the World-1 Tag Team Titles
– On October 19, 2010, Corino defeated Steve Douglas to win the GSW Heavyweight Title
– On October 23, 2010, Corino defeated Steve Douglas & Murat Bosporus in separate singles matches to retain the GSW Heavyweight Title, before losing it the next day to Emil Sitoci
– On July 15, 2011, Corino fought Zero-1 World Champion The Sheik to a no-contest
– On August 19, 2011, Corino defeated The Sadist to win the NWA Midwest Heavyweight Title
– On September 25, 2011, Corino defeated Sam Shields to win the World-1 North American Title
– On January 28, 2012, Corino defeated Vordell Walker to win the vacant PWX World Title
– On February 18, 2012, Corino defeated Jason Blade to retain the PWF Universal Title
– On March 23, 2012, Corino & Danny Boy Collins defeated Ricky Knight & The Zebra Kid to win the WAW World Title for Collins
– On April 14, 2012, Corino defeated Michael Elgin to retain the UNION Heavyweight Title, but lost it later than day to Josh Alexander
– On April 28, 2012, Corino defeated Tommy Rich to retain the PWX Heavyweight Title
– On July 28, 2012, Corino defeated Marty Jannetty to retain the PWX Heavyweight Title
– At Death Before Dishonor X, SCUM (Corino & Jimmy Jacobs) defeated Charlie Haas & Rhett Titus in the final of a tournament to win the vacant ROH Tag Team Titles
– At Glory By Honor IX, SCUM defeated The Briscoes (Mark & Jay) to retain the ROH Tag Team Titles
– On November 3, 2012, SCUM defeated BJ Whitmer & Rhett Titus to retain the ROH Tag Team Titles
– On December 8, 2012, Corino defeated Greg Valentine to retain the PWX Heavyweight Title
– At ROH’s 11th Anniversary Show, SCUM defeated Caprice Coleman & Cedric Alexander
– On March 16, 2013, The Old School Outlaws (Corino & Adam Knight) defeated Chad Tatum & Mike Angels and Chris Stevens & Kenny Omega in a 3-Way Match to win the PCW Tag Team Titles
– On September 27, 2014, Corino defeated Doug Williams to win the WAW World Title
– On October 19, 2014, Corino defeated Curt Robinson to retain the WAW World Title

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