TNA seems to be having a hard time with figuring out what they want with James Storm. Throughout 2012 he faced stop/start pushes and when not suddenly being pushed he was used as some form of more kind burying machine (never quite beating someone so bad that they would be buried but still beating them). Storm has showed that he can be one of the top guys in the company but TNA seemingly doesn't want to take the chance with the Tennessee native, which is hurting him. Whenever they give Storm a push they seem to want to end them at the worst possible time. Last time he had actually won a world title shot and was set to take on the champion but chose to derail that to focus on Roode, Aries and Hardy and then Daniels. This is hurting Storm since it sort of sends out the message that Storm will never be a top guy, just a gatekeeper smelling the fine dining of a top guy through the open window. TNA needs to figure out what they want to do with him because they are dropping the ball on him big time. Storm is 35 years old and is just now hitting his prime as a performer (late bloomer) and could be something really good if cultivated well. But right now it seems like that is not to be. So here are the discussions for this topic. How would you handle the James Storm situation in TNA? If Storm were to go elsewhere, do you think he would do well in say WWE? Triple H is reportedly high on him and wants to sign both him and his old Beer Money cohort Bobby Roode. Could Storm do well in the WWE? Discuss.