Beer Money, Inc. was a tag team in Total Nonstop Action Wrestling/Impact Wrestling that consisted of Bobby Roode and James Storm. They won the TNA Tag Team Championships five times together, and they each later became world champions in the promotion. Bobby Roode is now a WWE Superstar and he recently began teaming up with Chad Gable, but rumors have already come out claiming that Roode will likely turn on Gable in the upcoming weeks. Interestingly, James Storm recently teased joining WWE and realigning with Roode to take on Chad Gable & Jason Jordan in the future. James Storm made a few appearances in NXT back in 2015, but he turned down a WWE contract offer at the time and chose to stay in Impact until 2017.
— James Storm (@JamesStormBrand) September 6, 2018
Rumors have been circulating all week long claiming that Lucha brothers Pentagon Jr and Fenix are seemingly on their way to WWE in 2019. The two of them have reportedly been on the company’s radar for a while now and the goal is to have them compete as singles stars in NXT first. Pentagon claimed that he would be staying on the independent circuit for the time being at a past PCW show, but according to WrestleVotes, there has not been any denial from WWE officials about Pentagon or Fenix joining the company soon. Both Luchadors have become incredibly popular over the past few years, but the belief is that neither of them will be able to sign with WWE or any other major wrestling promotion until at least the early part of next year.
The rumors of Pentagon heading to WWE / NXT are indeed picking up. While I haven’t been able to get a direct answer, the sources I’ve asked haven’t said “no”…so that’s that. I do believe if (when) he comes, Triple H has an idea how to use him. He has a chance to be a major star
— WrestleVotes (@WrestleVotes) September 7, 2018
NXT Superstar The Velveteen Dream is almost completely a product of the WWE Performance Center, but the young wrestler has still taken the time to pay his dues on the indies. As per a working agreement between Triple H and EVOLVE Wrestling, The Velveteen Dream competed at EVOLVE 112 this past Friday when he defeated Austin Theory. The former Tough Enough contestant wrestled again at EVOLVE 113 last night in New York. Dream was able to score another victory in his match against Darby Allin after Austin Theory interfered in the match. The Velveteen Dream also defeated Johnny Gargano on this past Wednesday’s episode of NXT, and he will now continue to wrestle for NXT going forward.
Velveteen Dream defeated Darby Allin in 16:08 after interference from Austin Theory. It was a really special night at La Boom. Thank you to everyone in attendance. #EVOLVE113 pic.twitter.com/02POkCZAyF
— EVOLVE Wrestling (@WWNEVOLVE) September 9, 2018
Unforgettable experience at #EVOLVE113 now with Velveteen Dream at La Boom! pic.twitter.com/oM9YxwbYSd
— Gabe Sapolsky (@BookItGabe) September 8, 2018