Bram needs his own stable. This guy is too talented, at least vocally, to be kicked to the curb, even if it's because the new front office is looking to get behind Storm again (something that's been years overdue). I just watched Aleister Black (Tommy End) debut (at least I think it was his debut) for NXT and it immediately made me think "this gimmick could have gone to Bram". I know End has been doing the existential nihilistic thing for years on the indie scene in the UK, but it's not like Bram doesn't have the look to do something similar or a history with a dark theme. I'm a total mark for occult-themed anything in wrestlingRaven's Flock, Serotonin, Kevin Sullivan, The Brood, etcand I'd love to see Impact make right by Bram. It pisses me off how quickly they threw DCC and he, by way of, under the proverbial bus. But there's an opportunity here to make right by this and do what the DCC could have, or should have done. Given their desire to bolster the roster with new talent, I'd also like to see them bring in at least two new bodies with him, whoever they may be. Just so long as they fit the bill. Marty Scurll would have been a coup, but he's with ROH now.