During a recent interview with Pro Wrestling Sheet, James Storm revealed he was scheduled to return to WWE after WrestleMania 36 but the deal was scrapped because of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. The Cowboy may still join the company, but he hasn't heard from anyone in WWE since July.
Storm also mentioned he would be open to reuniting with Robert Roode and forming a faction with Dolph Ziggler if he does eventually sign with WWE.
Robert Roode recently commented on a possible reunion with Storm in an interview with TV Insider.
The Glorious One said: "That's above my pay grade. I haven't talked to James in years. During this time especially, I don't know what's going to take place or who is coming in or not. I have to worry about myself. I'm quite happy doing what I'm doing with Dolph and doing my thing."
Roode and Storm formed one of the most successful tag teams in IMPACT Wrestling history as Beer Money, Inc. They were primarily a team from 2008 until 2011, but they briefly reunited in 2016 and captured the TNA World Tag Team Championship five times during their time together.