James Storm tweets about possibly joining WWE's NXT soon

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It's unusual to see the WWE dipping into the former TNA talent pool for potential new additions to their programming, but it is something which could happen once again very soon.

Former TNA star James Storm has tweeted out recently: "I hear that a lot of people's luck could be changing real soon down in @WWENXT @WWE #SorryAboutYourDamnLuck"

This provides a strong indication that he could be finally signing a contract soon with the WWE and joining up with their developmental division, NXT. It could possibly even happen on tonight's recordings of the show.


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Not that he needs developing any further but at this present moment of time, NXT is one of the hottest divisions to be a part of, not just in the WWE, but in the entire wrestling world. So many awesome indies stars such as their current NXT Champion Finn Balor, Sami Zayn, and Samoa Joe are there right now and the inclusion of Storm would only make it even better.

Storm has already fought once in NXT, back in October in a match against Danny Burch, which he won, but he is yet to sign a contract to officially become a part of the WWE. With his recent tweet in mind, that contract signing could be happening very soon.

This comes as no surprise as the WWE want to capitalise on the success of NXT while it can by building a much bigger roster so that it is able to spread the brand and possibly tour across the country on a full-time basis.

Storm isn't the only former TNA talent that could join NXT as there have been rumors of AJ Styles and Gunner also joining the WWE's developmental division.

Would you like to see James Storm and other former TNA talent on the main roster of the WWE? Have your say and leave a comment below...


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