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Kevin Steen (born May 7, 1984) is a Canadian professional wrestler.wikipedia
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International Wrestling Syndicate

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Steen also competed for International Wrestling Syndicate (IWS), where he held three times the IWS World Heavyweight Championship, All American Wrestling (AAW), where he held the AAW Heavyweight Championship; and Combat Zone Wrestling (CZW), where he held the CZW Iron Man Championship.
On August 16, 2003, Pierre Carl Ouellet (PCO) and Kevin Steen made their IWS debuts at Born to Bleed.

Sami Zayn

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Pierre Carl Ouellet defeated El Generico and Steen at Blood, Sweat and Beers in a triple threat match on October 18, 2003. Steen made his Combat Zone Wrestling (CZW) debut on September 10, 2004 at High Stakes II, where SeXXXy Eddy defeated Steen, El Generico & Excess 69 in an IWS 4-Way Match, which was unofficially chosen as "CZW Match of the Year".
Zayn has also held the ROH World Television Championship and the ROH World Tag Team Championship with Kevin Steen, with whom he later earned the 2010 Feud of the Year award from the Wrestling Observer Newsletter.

Pro Wrestling Guerrilla

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Steen also wrestled extensively on the independent circuit for 14 years, most notably in Pro Wrestling Guerrilla (PWG), where he held the PWG World Championship a record three times, as well as the PWG World Tag Team Championship on three occasions.
In September 2005, PWG ran the first annual Battle of Los Angeles tournament, featuring A.J. Styles, Christopher Daniels, James Gibson, Super Dragon, Kevin Steen, El Generico, and several others.

Mike Quackenbush

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He was unable to clench the trophy, however, as he lost in the finals, which was a fatal four-way match involving B-Boy, Super Dragon, and Mike Quackenbush.
On May 14, 2005, he won CZW's Best of the Best 5 elimination tournament in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania after defeating Arik Cannon, Claudio Castagnoli, B-Boy, Kevin Steen and Super Dragon.

CZW Iron Man Championship

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Steen also competed for International Wrestling Syndicate (IWS), where he held three times the IWS World Heavyweight Championship, All American Wrestling (AAW), where he held the AAW Heavyweight Championship; and Combat Zone Wrestling (CZW), where he held the CZW Iron Man Championship. He pinned Franky The Mobster to win the CZW Iron Man Championship.
At days, Kevin Steen's only reign is the longest in the title's history.

List of PWG World Champions

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Steen also wrestled extensively on the independent circuit for 14 years, most notably in Pro Wrestling Guerrilla (PWG), where he held the PWG World Championship a record three times, as well as the PWG World Tag Team Championship on three occasions.
As of January 2020, Kevin Steen holds the record for most reigns, with three.

Max Boyer

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On March 22, 2008 at Know Your Enemies, Steen regained the IWS World Heavyweight Championship by defeating Max Boyer & former champion El Generico in a 3-Way Match.
Boyer returned in 2005, when Kevin Steen got him a dark match with Montreal–based International Wrestling Syndicate (IWS).

Super Dragon

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He was unable to clench the trophy, however, as he lost in the finals, which was a fatal four-way match involving B-Boy, Super Dragon, and Mike Quackenbush.
He is a former PWG World Champion and a record six-time PWG World Tag Team Champion, having held the title twice with B-Boy and Davey Richards, and once with Excalibur and Kevin Steen.

LuFisto

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In a steel cage match held at CZW Trapped involving The Canadians, The Blackout, The Forefathers of CZW, and Eddie Kingston, Steen lost the Ironman Championship to female wrestler LuFisto.
LuFisto also worked for Combat Zone Wrestling, where, on August 12, 2006 in Philadelphia, she became the first ever female CZW Iron Man Champion, pinning Kevin Steen to win the title.

Joey Ryan (wrestler)

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Steen held the title for nearly four months before losing the championship to Joey Ryan at Chanukah Chaos (The C's Are Silent), following interference from Super Dragon.
On December 3, 2005, at Chanukah Chaos (The C's Are Silent), Joey Ryan beat Kevin Steen for the PWG Championship after Super Dragon, who was feuding with the Champion, gave Steen two Psycho Drivers.

SeXXXy Eddy

Steen made his Combat Zone Wrestling (CZW) debut on September 10, 2004 at High Stakes II, where SeXXXy Eddy defeated Steen, El Generico & Excess 69 in an IWS 4-Way Match, which was unofficially chosen as "CZW Match of the Year".
Inviting him back for CZW's High Stakes on September 11, SeXXXy Eddy defeated Kevin Steen, El Generico and eXeSs in a four-way match.

Franky The Mobster

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He pinned Franky The Mobster to win the CZW Iron Man Championship.
In August, he teamed with Kevin Steen to defeat Green Phantom and El Generico, and he went on to defeat Beef Wellington in October.

Roderick Strong

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Steen's first title reign in 2004, marked a pivotal milestone in the history of the promotion when he became the first IWS World Heavyweight Champion to internationally defend the title, in defeating Roderick Strong on October 30 in Rahway, New Jersey for Jersey All Pro Wrestling (JAPW).
On August 17, Strong was eliminated from the tournament in the second round by Kevin Steen.

Final Battle 2010

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On December 18 at Final Battle 2010 Steen and Generico ended their year–long feud in an unsanctioned Fight Without Honor, where Steen put his ROH career on the line against Generico's mask.
The event saw the culmination of two rivalries, a yearlong battle between former tag team Kevin Steen and El Generico, as well as the feud between The Kings of Wrestling and The Briscoe Brothers.

Davey Richards

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They successfully defended the belts for almost three months before ultimately losing them to the team of Davey Richards and Super Dragon on October 27 in England as part of PWG's "European Vacation II" tour.
In his next PWG appearance on September 10, Richards unsuccessfully challenged Kevin Steen for the PWG World Championship.

B-Boy

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He was unable to clench the trophy, however, as he lost in the finals, which was a fatal four-way match involving B-Boy, Super Dragon, and Mike Quackenbush.
He also returned to ROH, defeating Kevin Steen in a singles match on February 19 at Do or Die IV, but losing a six-way, also containing Izzy, Steen, Deranged and Dixie, to Azrieal on March 5.

NXT (WWE brand)

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He wrestled under the Kevin Owens name in WWE's developmental branch NXT, where he was a one-time NXT Champion, before debuting on the main roster in May 2015.

Eddie Kingston

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In a steel cage match held at CZW Trapped involving The Canadians, The Blackout, The Forefathers of CZW, and Eddie Kingston, Steen lost the Ironman Championship to female wrestler LuFisto.
Kingston made his third successful title defense on April 28, defeating Kevin Steen via disqualification in an interpromotional match between Chikara and Ring of Honor.

Chris Hero

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On May 14, 2005, Steen took part in the "CZW Best of the Best tournament" and he advanced to the finals after defeating Kenny The Bastard in the first round and Chris Hero in the second round.
However, in the semifinals of the tournament the Kings of Wrestling suffered an upset loss against the Nightmare Violence Connection (Akira Tozawa and Kevin Steen), when Tozawa rolled Hero up for the win.

The American Wolves

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They lost the championship to The American Wolves (Eddie Edwards and Davey Richards) at a television taping on April 10, 2009.
During the match Sweeney tried to attack Kevin Steen with his boot, but Albright chased him to the back and the champions retained.

S.C.U.M. (professional wrestling)

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Following the match, Steve Corino entered the ring and hugged Steen and Jacobs; the three men went on to form a stable later named S.C.U.M. (Suffering, Chaos, Ugliness, and Mayhem).
The stable was originally formed by Kevin Steen, Steve Corino and Jimmy Jacobs.

Jay Lethal

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On October 6, a title match between Steen and Jay Lethal ended in a no contest in Lethal's home state of New Jersey, after which Steen spat at Lethal's parents, who were sitting at ringside.
Lethal finally won the JAPW Heavyweight Championship on May 21 in Braintree, Massachusetts, at Braintree Invasion defeating Homicide, Kevin Steen and Samoa Joe in a four-way match by pinning Homicide following a diving headbutt.

WWE Universal Championship

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He has since held the Universal Championship once, the Intercontinental Championship twice, and the United States Championship three times.
Finn Bálor won the first fatal four-way by defeating Cesaro, Kevin Owens, and Rusev while Roman Reigns won the second by defeating Chris Jericho, Sami Zayn, and Sheamus.

WWE United States Championship

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He has since held the Universal Championship once, the Intercontinental Championship twice, and the United States Championship three times.
On April 11, 2017, United States Champion Kevin Owens, along with the title, moved to SmackDown as a result of that year's Superstar Shake-up.

List of WWE Intercontinental Champions

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He has since held the Universal Championship once, the Intercontinental Championship twice, and the United States Championship three times.