James Storm looks back on his tenure with the National Wrestling Alliance and also looks towards the future in an uncertain era of wrestling.
Storm recently spoke with WrestleZone’s Dominic DeAngelo and he addressed his status with NWA, confirming that he is no longer under contract with the promotion. Storm shed more light on the situation, noting that his contract ran out in February but the NWA had a rollover option they could have exercised if they chose to do so. Storm, still one-half of the NWA Tag Team Champions with Eli Drake, said he left and good terms, noting that he would go back if they needed him to drop the titles.
Storm also recently told Pro Wrestling Sheet that he was in serious talks with WWE about debuting on RAW after WrestleMania but the COVID-19 pandemic put a stop to his plans. Despite that opportunity not working out, Storm is optimistic, telling DeAngelo that he is now trying to set himself up for his next run in 2021.
“I’ve been talking to some companies and hopefully soon I’ll be talking to some more, and make a decision for the beginning of next year.”
Check out our full interview with James Storm at the top of this post; “The Cowboy” also discusses his experience working for NWA, potential feuds with AEW, his new children’s book and much more. His book, James Storm: Make Your Own Luck!, is available now on Amazon and other retailers.