TNA: Why Beer Money Inc. Was Broken Up Much Too Soon

Gina GeatchesCorrespondent IIINovember 13, 2011

On the November 3rd edition of TNA Impact! Beer Money Inc. broke up after Roode defeated Storm and won the TNA World Heavyweight Championship. It was not a clean win, though, as Roode hit Storm with a beer bottle, which in effect turned Roode heel and broke up Beer Money Inc.    

Although neither wrestler is a stranger to the singles division, I can’t help but feel like they were broken up too soon as a tag team. The team had great in ring chemistry and worked really well on the mic together. But above all, their rivalry with The Motor City Machine Guns proved that tag team rivalries certainly should not be a thing of the past. 

It is no secret that tag team wrestling is not focused on as much these days, but Beer Money Inc. and Motor City Machine Guns made you focus on them. There was no denying the chemistry these two teams had. When these four men stepped into the ring you knew you were going to get your moneys worth. 

These two teams have wrestled on numerous occasions but it never really felt like their rivalry came to an end, rather it felt like it had only just begun. But with Beer Money Inc. now defunct sadly we won’t be seeing these four men square off in the ring again, unless it were to be a four-way match. 

The breaking up of the team Beer Money Inc. may be good for their singles career but it is bad news for the tag team division and I can’t help but feel like it happened a little too soon. They could of done so much more as a tag team, but now it feels like they have instead been rushed into the main event slot. 

And it isn’t as simple as reuniting them somewhere down the line, because I am not sure if it could work quite the same. I think TNA did was silly and broke this team up before they should of.