Beer Money Should Be a Full-Time Tag Team Again

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TNA is in shambles right now and they are just floating as we speak. We have a situation within TNA. Okay, let’s be honest. There are several issues within TNA. One of them is not the right booking with James Storm and Bobby Roode. These two guys were and still can be TNA World heavyweight champions.

They have proven that they can handle the load and run with the title. They both can work good in the ring as well as hold their own in a promo. The two can get over with the fans and have their gimmicks down. So what is the problem with them? TNA has put them in back seat storylines that don’t mean anything.

James Storm is feuding with Gunner over him being jealous that Gunner won the “Feast or Fried Briefcase” which allows him to challenge the World champion to a match. James obviously knew that everyone was for themselves, yet he comes across like a high school girl being jealous.

Bobby Roode is in a good angle with Kurt Angle right now, but that is about to end. Before that he was right back into a tag team role with Austin Aries that I felt did not flow well on Television. After his feud with Kurt Angle, where does he go from here? Being back to an afterthought once again and in a meaningless feud?

These two guys are talented and have proven that they are just that. Talented!

Now with all of that in mind, let me throw this out there. Why should two guys that are so talented be wasted on meaningless storylines and in programs that have no meaning when they could be kicking tail and taking names in a tag team.

They would have to really make something important to draw them back together or they could have James Storm turn heel to join forces with Roode. No doubt there are positives and negatives in trying to get them back into a tag team once again, but it will be worth it down the road for both careers.

Agree or disagree, something needs to change for both guys.

Andy Ravens is a pro wrestling writer for Rant, follow him on twitter.


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