Team Storm athlete, Kyle Troup was able to defend his title at the 2022 PBA Playoffs which earned him the $100,000 first-place prize and another WWE Championship Belt, as part of the PBA’s partnership with WWE! This is Troup’s ninth career PBA title which allowed him to pass his father, Guppy Troup in titles.

“I played pretty close to the same part of the lane just able to throw a different ball, so I didn’t see a lane differential too much,” Kyle Troup said in the official brand release. “I figured Tommy would be in-between which is how it ended up being, so game plan was just to go over top of him. Opened the lane up and the urethane created a lot of hold that really helped me out.”

Throughout the match, Troup used a Storm Pitch Black, Storm Fast Pitch, and 900 Global Altered Reality.