Finisher Eternal Dream: Match history 1 wins 3 losses Trophy case Currently none Steve Corino (born May 29, 1973) is an American professional wrestler, currently contracted to the Total Wrestling Federation's Retribution brand. The feud culminated in the main event match of Hotwired, where Corino defeated Shane with the assistance of then FWA Heavyweight Champion, Doug Williams. Wij willen hier een beschrijving geven, maar de site die u nu bekijkt staat dit niet toe. He is overall a three-time world champion in major professional wrestling promotions. Television Championship (1 time), FC Tag Team Championship (1 time) – with Adam Windsor, GSW World Heavyweight Championship (3 times), HCW Kekaulike Heritage Tag Team Championship (1 time) – with, HRPW World Heavyweight Championship (1 time), IPWA Light Heavyweight Title Tournament (, KYDA Pro Heavyweight Championship (1 time), KYDA Pro Mid-Atlantic Championship (1 time), Most Hated Wrestler Achievement Award (1996), NWA American Heritage Championship (1 time), NWA 2000 Light Heavyweight Championship (1 time), NWA American Heritage Title Tournament (1997), NWA Heartland States Heavyweight Championship (1 time), NWA Florida Heavyweight Title Tournament (2002), NWA Florida Southern Heavyweight Title Tournament (2002), NWA New Jersey / New York Heavyweight Championship (1 time), PCW Junior Heavyweight Championship (1 time), PCW Tag Team Championship (1 time) – with Adam Knight, PWF Universal Six Man Tag Team Championship (1 time) – with, PWF Universal Heavyweight Championship (6 times), PWF Mid-Atlantic Masters Championship (1 time), PWF Universal Six Man Title Tournament (2016), Tag Team of the Year (2005) - with C.W. |  In 2004 Corino made a number of appearances for Frontier Wrestling Alliance in the United Kingdom, where he entered a short rivalry with Alex Shane. Corino wrestled a few try-out matches for WWE over a span of two days. He gained experience, working in Puerto Rico for the WWC, working under the ring name Lightning Kid (which had been a gimmick previously used by Sean Waltman) and also made some appearances for the WWF as a jobber. Homicide was the hometown favorite, but lost to Corino following interference from The Group (Samoa Joe, Michael Shane, C.W. Homicide faced Corino for a third time on November 29, 2003, at War of the Wire in a barbed wire match. As a result of his injury, Homicide was unable to compete at the following show, Final Battle 2005. Homicide and Corino would then begin a four-year rivalry, with Corino criticizing Homicide's lifestyle and somewhat checkered past. 13.8k Followers, 250 Following, 384 Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from Steve Corino (@kingcorino) He now wrestles as "Mr. Wrestling 3" Steve Corino without the mask, and sometimes as just Mr. Wrestling 3 with the mask. Official Sites, Old School Expulsion (Finishing Maneuver), Finishing move: Old School Plex (Fisherman's Suplex aka the Perfectplex), Trademark move: Corino Driver (Reverse Facecrusher aka Edge-o-matic). [46] However, the couple separated in mid-2008, divorcing the following year. Currently wrestling in Ring Of Honor, Zero-One (Japanese fed) and Major League Wrestling. [43], In November 2018, it was revealed through a leaked script of NXT Takeover WarGames that same month that Corino is currently working with NXT as a producer as he was credited for the NXT Championship match between champion Tommaso Ciampa and The Velveteen Dream for a role as a producer for that particular match. [15] He would lose the title to Carlito on June 4, 2011. [22] During early 2010, Corino formed a partnership with Kevin Steen and together the two of them started a feud with Steen's former tag team partner El Generico and Colt Cabana. 93: 19.04.2013: 2CW Tag Team Title: Kevin Graham & Mike Van Slyke (c) defeat SCUM (Jimmy Jacobs & Steve Corino) [38], Since the dissolution of S.C.U.M., Corino has been working with ROH as their regular color commentator alongside play-by-play commentator Kevin Kelly and occasionally Nigel McGuinness while simultaneously having a running feud with B.J. [29] On May 21 at Supercard of Honor VI, Corino revealed the returning Jimmy Jacobs as the sponsor, who had helped him change his ways. On June 26, 2010- Corino was inducted into the Legends Pro Wrestling "Hall of Fame" by Jack Blaze in Wheeling, West Virginia at their annual "LPW Rumble in the Valley" event. He was also president of World-1 Fighting Arts, which runs shows in Michigan, Pennsylvania and Georgia. is a Canadian semi-retired professional wrestler, currently working for WWE as a trainer for their developmental territory, NXT. During this time, he was a part of the Organization of Modern Extreme Grappling Arts, a promotion run by Matt and Jeff Hardy. As a result of his injury, Homicide was unable to compete at the following show, Final Battle 2005. Anderson and Barry Windham. Instead of signing with WWE, Corino worked in various independent promotions, including Zero-One, Hustle in Japan, Ring of Honor in the United States and both One Pro Wrestling and Celtic Wrestling in the United Kingdom. [10][11] Recently he is one of the members of a group called "La Familia", and is in a feud with BJ for the WWC Puerto Rico Heavyweight Championship. Publicity Listings The feud culminated in a match at the One Year Anniversary Show on February 8, 2003 in Queens, New York, New York.