The difference between DBry and the guys listed above is you don't know what he can really offer in terms of in-ring ability. There's more to this story than what we know and many are just poking a stick at what they think they know. If they could sign him and squeeze several more years out of him - good. He never got to have a full run on top like Sting in WCW or Angle in WWE so it could be a viable test. As I've said, he is a liability. But TNA lacks the needed starpower to elevate them beyond where they were a few years back. I feel many of those hybrid WWE/TNA fans have been pulled to NXT or LU. As much as I admire James Storm as a worker - he's not a big draw and TNA could benefit from bringing him in even if it's on a limited basis.