The Second City Saints
MembersCM Punk
Colt Cabana
Ace Steel
Traci Brooks
HometownChicago, Illinois
DebutMarch 22, 2003
DisbandedJuly 29, 2006

The Second City Saints was an American professional wrestling stable in Ring of Honor, consisting of CM Punk, Colt Cabana and Ace Steel. They were also managed sporadically by Lucy and Traci Brooks.

The group would feud with Raven, The Prophecy and Generation Next before CM Punk left Ring of Honor to wrestle in World Wrestling Entertainment in August 2005. Following Punk's departure, Cabana and Steel teamed together one other time as the Second City Saints, when they competed in a losing effort against Jimmy Rave and Sal Rinauro of The Embassy.[1] During their feud with the Prophecy they engaged in a bloody Chicago Street Fight, in which CM Punk was put through a barbed wire board.

All three teammates were signed to World Wrestling Entertainment (with CM Punk being a member of the ECW brand and Ace Steel and Colt Cabana wrestling in Ohio Valley Wrestling) until February 4, 2008, when Steel was released. Cabana and Punk remained signed and briefly reunited the Saints at the final OVW show promoted under the WWE developmental banner.[2] Punk wrestled for WWE until January 2014, when he retired. Cabana was previously a member of WWE's Smackdown roster under the name Scotty Goldman, however he was released in 2009 . He and Punk were also seen working out together prior to WrestleMania on a feature.[3]

In 2004, Ring of Honor released Chicago's Elite: The Best of the Second City Saints.[4]

At the 2011 Money in the Bank, there was an unofficial reunion of the group. Both Cabana and Steele were seating front row in support of Punk who was facing John Cena for the WWE Championship in the main event. Cabana and Steele were shown on camera multiple times.

Championships and accomplishments


  1. ^ Online World of Wrestling
  2. ^ Wrestling Observer
  3. ^ Following CM Punk, Day 3
  4. ^ ROH Wrestling
  5. ^ "Ring Of Honor Tag Team Championship". Ring of Honor. Archived from the original on 2010-04-12. Retrieved 2010-04-05.