Lance Storm Returns To WWE As A Producer; Shuts Down Wrestling School

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Former WWE, ECW and WCW wrestler Lance Storm made his way back to WWE after he left the company in 2005. He will be serving as a producer with the promotion

Written By Mrigank Pandey | Mumbai | Updated On:
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Veteran pro-wrestler Lance Storm has returned to the WWE after leaving the company in 2005. Storm took this decision following the closing of his wrestling academy in Canada. Storm announced that he was pleased to return to the company through a tweet.

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A new journey, behind the scenes

Storm recently revealed that he would be shutting down his wrestling academy. After leaving WWE, Lance Storm started his own pro-wrestling academy which went by the name of 'Storm Wrestling Academy' or 'SWA' and operated in Calgary, Canada. Some of the students of the academy are WWE's Tyler Breeze, WWE's Emma, NXT's Peyton Royce and NXT's Oney Lorcan. In August 2019, Storm took to Twitter to make an emotional announcement where he declared that the Wrestling Academy would be serving its last batch of students in 2019. By the end of the message, Storm also declared that his journey in pro-wrestling was not over and he would be redirecting his career towards a new direction.

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Recently, Storm declared on Twitter that after the final classes of his academy were over, he would be re-joining WWE and act as a 'producer' for the company. It seems that Lance Storm is back home to Vince McMahon. And according to his tweet, he's enjoying the experience a lot. 

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