James Cox, better known by his ring name "Cowboy" James Storm,
is an American professional wrestler currently employed by TNA. He is a former 5x TNA World Tag Team Champion
and a former TNA World Heavyweight Champion
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"Sorry, about your damn tropes!":
- The Alcoholic/Drunken Master: Well, he did ride a beer cooler to the ring.
- Arch-Enemy: Triple X (Christopher Daniels/Low Ki/Elix Skipper), Daniels/AJ Styles, Rhino, LAX, Team 3-D, the New Church
- Badass Beard
- Badass Longcoat: His entire career in TNA, with the exception of most of Beer Money's run.
- Bash Brothers: A frequent tag specialist, Storm has held the TNA tag team titles with three different partners.
- Breakup Breakout: The more successful member of his previous team with Chris Harris (AKA Braden Walker), America's Most Wanted. Subverted with Beer Money, while Storm has become more popular (as in being the face), Bobby Roode has been more successful when it comes to winning titles.
- Catch Phrase: "Sorry, about your damn luck!"
James Storm: BEER!
Bobby Roode: MONEY!
- Cool Hat
- Expy: Considered to be one of both "Stone Cold" Steve Austin and Shawn Michaels.
- Good Is Dumb: Dumb enough to put his number 1 contendership on the line just because Bobby Roode made a comment about his daughter. And lose.
- Grievous Bottley Harm: He "blinded" Chris Harris by hitting him with a beer bottle.
- Hoist by His Own Petard: Remember when he turned on Chris Harris and ended AMW by doing this? Beer Money ended the other way around.
- Papa Wolf: Messing with his daughter has serious consequences. Just ask Bobby Roode.
- Power Stable:
- Planet Jarrett
- Fourtune-> Fortune
- Red Baron: "The Tennessee Cowboy"
- Shout Out: Does the last name of Storm and the Last Call Superkick, remind anyone of a certain Lance Storm?
- Weapon of Choice: Beer bottle.
- Wrestling Doesn't Pay: For a small period his character had the makings of a Bad Guy Bar called "Storm's Bar & Grille" in the works, with Bobby Roode hanging around the place. Knowing Roode's character at the time, one could've implied that he'd made an investment into Storm's venture. This idea would be dropped when they became Beer Money, however.
"Sorry about YOUR DAMN LUCK!"