Could one of the biggest tag teams in Impact history make its way to WWE?
Bobby Roode doesn't dismiss the idea, but he's focused on other things right now within the promotion. Talking to Sportskeeda, Roode says he doens't even know what Storm is doing, as they haven't spoken in about two years:
I can't answer that for sure. You never say never in this business. But I don't know what James is doing. I haven't spoken to James in two years. So, I don't know what his plans are. But I mean I know that right now, I'm the United States Champion.
WWE has invested a lot of time and money into me. I'm doing pretty damn good on my own. So, I don't know what's going to happen. People can speculate, but quite honestly I'm very, very happy doing what I'm doing right now.
I look forward to being United States Champion for a very, very long time
Beer Money was formed in 2008 and became a major staple in Impact's tag team division, winning their tag team championship on five different occasions. They briefly reunited in 2016 before Bobby Roode left the promotion, eventually heading to WWE.