James Storm Discusses Not Signing with WWE Full-Time, Impact Wrestling Hall of Fame, More

James Storm was recently interviewed by Sporting News to talk about various topics. Here are the highlights.

On Impact Wrestling Hall Of Fame:

“I have no idea how that was even brought up. I think the Hall of Fame is meant for people who are pretty much done wrestling, not even winding down their career, those who are pretty much done. I’m not done by any means, I’ve gotten in the best shape I’ve ever been in. I feel great because of the schedule that Impact has been running and I could go another five, six years at least. I don’t want to overstay my welcome, I’m just saying I’ve got good runs left in me.”

On why he didn’t sign with WWE full-time:

“With the schedule of NXT and he was telling me we’re going to try and run 100-120 shows from here on out throughout the year and stuff, it’s all great and everything but where I was personally, in my life, I couldn’t be on the road that much because I had some family problems. My wife wanted to have another kid so, it was one of those things where it wasn’t the right timing for me. Hunter straight up told me, ‘Go get your life together. This is my number, maybe in two years, we can do business again.’”