"We're in a great position right now," Roode told the "Between The Ropes" radio show. "We're part of Fortune. We're rolling with Ric Flair every week. If you would have asked me two years ago that I'd be standing in the ring with Ric Flair I would have said you're crazy."
Over the past few years, Roode and Storm have won the TNA World Tag Team Titles multiple times and are known for having good if not great matches on a regular basis. But their best highlight would be the best-of-five series with the Motor City Machine Guns over the summer which included a final match that blew away the already high expectations.
"TNA gave us the opportunity to go out there and do a five-match series," Roode said. "Each and every match got better each and every week. Our chemistry that we have with each other is unbelievable. Four guys who are TNA originals. It was really, really special to share that with the Guns and I'm sure they feel the same way that they could share that moment with us."
"To come to the back and have guys like Ric Flair and Mick Foley come up to you and say that was the best tag match I think I've ever seen in my career ... that's a moment that I'll never forget."
Despite the success he is having right now as part of Beer Money, Roode -- who has been in wrestling now for 12 years -- says he still has aspirations as a singles star, someday.
"I'd be lying if I said I didn't think about a singles career because everybody who gets in this business should and probably does have a dream of becoming a world champion. That's still my goal, that's still my dream to become a world champion someday. But Beer Money is on a roll and I love it."
"I don't want to sound cliché, but I'm pretty old school. If people hate me watching me on TV, I want them to kind of hate me when I'm away from the ring too. I don't want to go out and beat the crap out of somebody or make somebody mad to where people wanna kill me while they're sitting on the couch, and then go on the computer and see how much I love the world. I just think that contradicts itself."