#3. Bobby Roode Turns Heel
I didn't love how TNA got to this point as I felt there were more effective ways to do it, but I'm definitely not bothered by the end result. Roode needed to be the one to turn and I think he's more than capable of being a true main eventer with a little time on top.
Bobby Roode gave a great promo this week and that's the one part of his game that needs more work. He reminds me of Triple H in just about other aspect, but Hunter could talk better. If Roode can use this new persona to showcase more aggression and ruthlessness on both the mic and in the ring, he'll be better off in the long run.
My main question is whether or not James Storm will remain a priority within TNA. Not that he doesn't have the ability – he does. It's going to be up to TNA and if they feel he's ready. Keep in mind, this isn't the first time Storm has come out of a successful tag team.
It's rare that both members of a tag team move on to superstardom once they are split up. Roode is clearly going to get his shot. If Storm isn't given a chance this time around, I'm afraid it will never happen for him. At least, not in TNA.
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